FLIC (also known as FLI/FLC, FLI, or FLC) is a family of simple animation formats associated with Autodesk Animator. Many early 3D animations are in this format. Its features are similar to those of animated GIF.
There are two main versions of the format, which can be identified by their filename extension:
- .fli: original format, dimensions up to 320×200 pixels, 64 colors
- .flc: newer format, dimensions up to 65535×65535 pixels, 256 colors
The terms FLI and FLC are sometimes used to mean the specific corresponding format, and sometimes used as collective names for both formats.
A number of extensions to the format have also been invented by various applications: FLX, FLH, FLT, CEL, etc.
.fli files have bytes
0x11 0xAF at offset 4.
.flc files have bytes
0x12 0xAF at offset 4.
- FLI/FLC format description on compuphase.org
- FLI Format description on bespin.org
- At fileformat.info
- At textfiles.com
- Another file at textfiles.com