Consists of a manual, command line tool for creating MATs individually or in bulk, and a tray app that can monitor directories for changes to source image files and output MATs automatically in real-time. The desired workflow is that you simply save your files in your image editing program (e.g. Photoshop) in any desired format (even PSD) and the MAT file is automatically updated.

Supports transparent and animated MATs, automatic high-quality mip-map creation using bicubic filtering (similar to Photoshop) with no artifacts around the edges (unlike Mat16), and 16-bit dithering to improve perceived color accuracy (works best on noisy textures like concrete).