An flc file extension is related to the AutoDesk FLIC format used to store images and frames.
There are 3 other file types using
the FLC file extension!
.flc - CorelDRAW Corel Show file
.flc - FIGlet control file
.flc - Constructor animation file
Software that works with flc file extension
FLC file extension - AutoDesk FLIC format
What is flc file? How to open flc files?
File type specification:
The flc file extension is related to Autodesk FLC format. This is the format developed by AutoDesk that is designed for storing brief animations. It is a successor to FLI.
FLC can store images of variable size, and allows a palette of 256 colors (although the palette can be changed from line to line to give more colors per frame).
FLC supports a variable frame rate specified in frames a fixed frame rate specified in milliseconds per frame, and maintains information about the original aspect ratio. In theory, all FLC animations must loop, but in practice this requirement is often ignored.
The image data in FLC files is compressed using a Run-length compression scheme. This is suitable for animations, but is inappropriate for videos or dithered images. As mentioned, the FLC format is a successor to (and close cousin of), the older FLI format.
The default software associated to flc file type:
Company or developer:
Autodesk Animator is a 2D animation and painting program very popular in the late 1980s and the early 1990s. Eventually the development on the product ended and it became no longer supported by Autodesk.
List of software applications associated to the .flc file extension
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that can be done with the file: like open flc file, edit flc file, convert flc file, view flc file, play flc file etc. (if exist software for corresponding action in File-Extensions.org's database).
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- Open flc file
- Create flc file