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    NEW: Anime Matrix Pixel Editor for Ultimate Customization

    If you love the Anime Matrix display on your ROG gear, then you're going to love it even more with the new Pixel Editor. As the name suggests, you can create your own dynamic (up to 30 fps) or static designs.

    Test it out and show us your creations!
    https://rog.asus.com/anime-matrix-pi...Animate#editor

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    Supported products at time of writing:
    ROG Zephyrus G14 GA402
    ROG Zephyrus G14 GA401
    ROG Strix Flare II Animate
    ROG Delta S Animate


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    Basic but does the job

    Just got my "Strix Flare II Animate" keyboard today, so I played with this editor a bit. Going to take some time, and of course the matrix on the keyboard is pretty small -- but this is a pretty cool tool. Thanks Asus!

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    Glad you like it, would be interested to see what you come up with. Post a short video or some pictures here if you can.

    Quote Originally Posted by RogScott View Post
    Just got my "Strix Flare II Animate" keyboard today, so I played with this editor a bit. Going to take some time, and of course the matrix on the keyboard is pretty small -- but this is a pretty cool tool. Thanks Asus!

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    Z690 Extreme

    Anime Matrix is looking for .matrix files but the editor is producing .webmatrix files. When I try to import into Anime Matrix the .webmatrix file not found. I tried changing the type which allows the file to be seen but it still wont display in AM.

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    Hi Noobtacular,

    Once you get your project made, follow the video on how to save and import your project to Armoury Crate.


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    Use "Insert Image" in AniMe Matrix for .webmatrix file

    @Noobtacular -- This initially confused me as well. Yes, the editor's "import project" and "save project" uses .webmatrix files.

    To use these in AniMe Matrix, do NOT select the "Import" function below "Content Library". Instead, use the "Insert Image" icon (far left icon above animation preview in AniMe Matrix). That will add the .webmatrix animation to the "timeline" of animations in AniMe Matrix.

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