The FLIC File Format
The Flic file format was one of the first graphic animation formats on the PC.
It was developed by <> and used by the Autodesk Animator. It provides relatively
fast animation in 320x200 resolution modes. The FLI use delta updating for
faster animation. The single block information and prefix blocks are missing for
the FLI files, see the FLT format for a discussion.
OFFSET Count TYPE Description
0000h 1 dword Size of the FLIc file
0004h 1 word ID=0AF11h
AF11h means the file is a FLI file.
0006h 1 word Number of frames
0008h 1 word Width of displayed animation
000Ah 1 word Height of displayed animation
000Ch 1 word Number of used colors ("Depth")
000Eh 1 word Flags (=0003h)
0010h 1 dword Frame speed in sec/1024 **
0014h 1 word reserved
0016h 1 dword Date/Time of creation in DOS format (see table 0009)
001Ah 1 dword Creator
001Eh 1 dword Date/Time of last change in DOS format (see table 0009)
0022h 1 dword Serial number? of changer
0026h 1 word X-Aspect ratio of animation
0028h 1 word Y-Aspect ratio of animation
002Ah 38 byte reserved
0052h 1 dword Offset of frame 1 in file
0056h 1 dword Offset of frame 2 in file
005Ah 40 byte reserved
This information is from Corion.net and is used with permission.