Hello, Quick details, I have a game that uses delta time and in order to get particles to work with delta time I have some complicated stuff going on that takes up more FPS than normal. So, I was using particle effects for static effects like lights and a few other things, but now in an attempt to optimize performance I want to convert these static position particles to sprites. The problem is, I don't know how to do that. How to take something animated like this and convert it to a loopable sprite. To make things even more complicated I need three separate animations that all flow into each other: 1) Activate - the particles start streaming upward 2) Stream - the particles flow in a seamless loop (60 frames preferably) 3) Deactivate - the particles stop streaming I purchased what I thought would solve this, a program called Pixel FX Designer, which works in some ways but ultimately doesn't produce what I need. My game is pixel art, 270p res, and for whatever reason pixeldesigner doesn't seem to work well with particles that small (1-4px particles). It produces some distortions and artifacts that ruin it for me. Anyways, I am wondering if anyone has any suggestions. My ideal solution would be able to use my existing particles somehow, so some GM tool that I can paste my data into. But, whatever works is okay with me, I just need a way to get the particles to be the right resolution and still look right.