OK, here's the issue: I want to make animations of some sprites I'm making. The most obvious way would be to use animated GIFs (the low color count doesn't matter since it's pixelart and it's always under 256 colors), but the problem is that frame durations are specified in 1/100ths of a second. When the animations are timed for 1/60ths of a second, you can see how this is an issue (especially for quick frames). APNG seems to be able to do frames with enough precision. However, I can't find a single suitable tool for making them, c'mon? Also I'm using Linux, so don't give me Windows programs =/ And no, I won't switch to Firefox just to use that APNG Editor add-on. Having to use a browser to edit an image is stupid. No idea how well does MNG do, but I know that browser support is almost non-existent, and that while GIMP can output those files, it can't read them (what?). Also Ubuntu's package repository doesn't seem to have anything to see MNG files either. Ugh. Any ideas?