Integrator 2012: another update I wanted to include for a while

For a long time, ever since I started decoding Last Ninja’s Integrator file for level 1, I wanted to add an option to remove invalid objects from the file itself. These invalid objects are very likely leftovers/tests or simply caused by a bug in the editor itself.

What happens if we try this feature?

Integrator 2012: Remove invalid objects option by Luigi Di Fraia

Integrator 2012: Remove invalid objects option

This is the outcome:

Integrator 2012: Invalid objects removed at level 1 by Luigi Di Fraia

Integrator 2012: Invalid objects removed at level 1

The benefit is that some memory can be saved this way 🙂

Of course Integrator 2012 takes care of renumbering all referenced items and of keeping everything in sync, including the clipping mask (i.e. foreground) definition lists!

A very similar option that I plan to add is about removing all unreferenced objects and panels in order to achieve further memory savings 🙂

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