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This is the little brother of FAT Automatic Combustion Frame Padder. Unlike its bigger sibling, this application is aimed at the "Shell Happy" community, so sorry OS 9 users, but this one isn't for you. This also means that, although NT users could use it (as long as TCL is installed), it is more of a UNIX utility.
It pads sequences of frames to the required standard needed to be imported into Combustion 2. However, unlike FAT ACFP, it cannot remove the padding.
All you need is a Terminal (or Shell), and TCL 8.3 or higher installed... most of you UNIX users will already have this, and all you Mac OS X users certainly have this pre-installed. For more information about TCL goto https://tcl.sourceforge.net