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  1. Yes the demand seems to be increasing as Google is continuing to roll out their policy changes for HTML5 ads for new Google Ads accounts.
  2. I just want to mention that if you're looking to create AMPHTML banners, TweenUI now supports exporting amp ads. So there's actually a way to use Greensock to build amp ads - since TweenUI itself is built on GSAP (but the amp banners do not have any GSAP in them).
  3. Hi all, I wanted to let you know that you can now use TweenUI ad tags to run banners on the Sizmek DSP. This means you can create and publish, and later edit and re-publish banner ads and any changes will go live instantly. Also, TweenUI has been getting a facelift lately and some features have been greatly improved. Check it out at tweenui.com/animator and I'd love to hear any feature request or feedback. And yes of course — it's all GSAP powered. Regards, Erik
  4. Hi everyone, Just wanted to let you all know that our HTML5 banner builder (of course, powered by Greensock) now also supports exporting zip files for Sizmek MDX 2.0/SAS and DSP platforms. We previously already support Adwords and DoubleClick compatible exports. Zip export for the different platforms requires a paid subscription, but just send me a PM if you want to test this feature out - and I'll set you up. Check out the tool on http://tweenui.com/animator and let me know what you think. As always, I'm very interested to get the feedback of this community. Keep on Tweening! Erik
  5. If you haven't already, feel free to check out our gsap banner ad builder. We currently support exporting for AdWords, DoubleClick and Atlas Solutions and we're working on Sizmek support which will hopefully be out soon. Try it at https://tweenui.com/animator and let me know what you think. Also, just ping me if you want a professional account for testing things out.
  6. Hi guys, We're constantly working on improving TweenUI and would love to get feedback. Check out the tool at https://tweenui.com/animator/ and let me know what features you want.
  7. This new HTML5 creative format is good news! Finally we don't have to use the awkward HTML5-to-DFP tool anymore. For us, this also means that we can provide one download format for DoubleClick and it works for both DCM and DFP. @cshindelbower: I just tested uploading a HTML5 banner created with TweenUI into DFP with this new creative format and it works perfectly with the Google CDN GSAP.
  8. @emmanuelulloa: Nope, no reason We will absolutely look into exporting for Sizmek and FlashTalking. Atlas solutions is supported today, along with AdWords and DFP. If there are other platforms that would be useful to export to, let me know and we'll try to get it done.
  9. I totally agree with you about fixing the easing options. About animation: the general idea is that the playhead is used to control if a change should set the start or end value of an animation. If the playhead is positioned before the animation bar, the start value is changed. With the playhead positioned after animation bar, the end value is changed. But I like your idea, perhaps this can be better visualized by highlighting the start/end of the animation bar. Thanks for your feedback.
  10. After you've added an animation, you can double click the red animation bar in the timeline to edit easing, start time, end time. This needs to be more obvious, thanks for asking.
  11. @fadyhenen: The tool is free for personal use, but if you want to use it for commercial purposes, we ask you to sign up for a paid plan. If you do, you can download/export an unlimited number of banners. If you want to use our cloud hosting service (Cloud Publish), there is an extra charge based on the number of views/impressions (CPM).
  12. Hi all, I'm the author of TweenUI, a GSAP-based HTML5 Banner Builder in your browser. We recently launched a new version and would really love to get some feedback from the amazing GreenSock community. Some key new features include: - Export for AdWords/DoubleClick - Choose between inline GSAP and Google CDN hosted - Upload fonts (ttf/otf), which will convert to optimized inline woff with only used glyphs included. The tool is free for personal use, but exporting for AdWords/DoubleClick requires a paid plan. Send me a PM and I'll set you up if you want to give it a try. Check out the animator at https://tweenui.com/animator/. Any comments or suggestions would be greatly appreciated. All the best – and of course – happy tweening! Erik
  13. Some quick notes on TweenUI. You actually can edit easing and exact start/stop times for animations by double clicking the animation bar. As for adding and animating more styles, we're aware and working on this. I think Jack hits the nail on the head with the challenge for building a GUI on top of GSAP – ideally you would want to be able to do everything you can do with code - and more - while still keeping it easy and intuitive to use. You're right that we're focusing more on banner animation at the moment, and so perhaps some of the features you want to see in a GUI is not right for us. But even so, the feedback is very much appreciated. I'd love to hear more comments and suggestions for improvements.
  14. Hey azuki, You have to take a look at our banner maker tool! It uses GreenSock and all the js/css is inlined into one file when you use our ad serving feature. Check it out at tweenui.com/animator and let me know what you think! Regards, Erik
  15. I just wanted to add our GreenSock animation editor to this thread for future reference. You can create animations and publish directly to the cloud, or download the resulting source code. Check out our animation tool at http://tweenui.com/animator Any feedback would be very welcome!