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 Readme for:  Graphics » Convert » c64gfx.lha

C64gfx

Description: C64GFX - Conv between C64 and Amiga Image formats
Download: c64gfx.lha       (TIPS: Use the right click menu if your browser takes you back here all the time)
Size: 509kb
Version: 1.5
Date: 18 Oct 05
Author: Pasi 'Albert' Ojala, AOS4 port by Spot / Up Rough
Submitter: Spot / Up Rough
Requirements: AOS4 and some Amiga or C64 images.
Category: graphics/convert
License: Other
Distribute: yes
Min OS Version: 4.0
FileID: 1170
 
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This package contains programs which are used to convert portable pixmap
(PPM) files to C64 graphics formats (FLI/Koala/Flash FLI/BigFLI) and back
to PPM/IFF-ILBM).

Usage Example:

'ppmtokoala image.ppm image.koala' gives you a koala painter file, converted
from a PPM file.

Use for example FXPaint to save your IFF/Whatever image to PPM.

After that you can use ARC64, found on aminet to make a .D64 image and play
around with your Koala image in VICE for example.

.. Spot / Up Rough Kicking it C64/Amy style in 2005!

----------------------- Original ReadMe bellow --------------------------


                        C64Gfx1.5
           A C64 grafix format conversion package


           1991-99  Pasi 'Albert' Ojala

           E-mail: albert()cs.tut.fi
    WWW:  http://www.cs.tut.fi/~albert/

This package contains programs which are used to convert portable pixmap
(PPM) files to C64 graphics formats (FLI and koala, and two 'new' formats,
Flash FLI and BigFLI) and back to PPM (and back to IFF-ILBM in Amiga).
A program converting PrintFox/PageFox/EddiFox picture into PPM is also
included.  The package includes ANSI-C source codes for the programs, so
they are also compilable in any environment with an ANSI-C compliant
compiler.

In addition to this package you need e.g.  PBMPlus to convert Amiga
IFF-ILBM files (or GIF or JPEG files) to ppm first.  And of course some
way to transfer files between the machines, maybe my c1581-handler.

This package may be freely distributed as long as all of the original
files are included.  It is permitted to add more example pictures or
documentation.  This package may not be distributed as a part of a
commercial release without a written permission from the author.

I still retain rights to the sources and changed source code may not
be distributed in any form.  However, you are allowed to use the ideas
and methods found from the source codes.



Send any suggestions, comments, pictures, additional documents and
possible bug reports to the E-mail address written in the beginning of
this file.  Don't hesitate to send mail if you need to know something,
even about C64 in general.  Of course I have to reserve the right not
to answer :-)

-Pasi


Release history:
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1.0 07-Jun-92 First released version, Amiga-compilable sources
1.1 23-Jul-92 Unix-compilable sources
1.2 18-Mar-93 Enhancements, better dithering, NTSC-fliviewer
1.3 09-Jan-94 A bug fix in flitoppm ANSI-C code, new examples
1.4 22-Feb-95 FFLI and BFLI, c64toilbm and c64toppm programs
1.5 30-Jul-98 Faster color conversion, reduced memory consumption
   and other small changes. Foxtoppm mostly rewritten.
(1.6 the future Will have a VIC-20 graphics converter, I promise :-)
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