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by Cherry
Oct 28, 2007 21:45
Forum: Libraries
Topic: keeping transparence when converting to 8 bpp via FreeImage
Replies: 42
Views: 11034

theo forget it! it was only an idea
by Cherry
Oct 28, 2007 20:41
Forum: Libraries
Topic: keeping transparence when converting to 8 bpp via FreeImage
Replies: 42
Views: 11034

and how can I do this with PNGs with transparency?
thank you very much! I will test it tomorrow.
by Cherry
Oct 28, 2007 12:27
Forum: Libraries
Topic: keeping transparence when converting to 8 bpp via FreeImage
Replies: 42
Views: 11034

@mysoft: I'll use your program. But - I wanna be in 32bpp-Mode in FreeBasic all the time (because of speed). I have to convert images 15 times per second or more - don't ask me why. I need it. So - How can I do this? I have to... - Load some 8 bpp images with FreeImage (or in any other way, thats no...
by Cherry
Oct 24, 2007 16:46
Forum: Libraries
Topic: keeping transparence when converting to 8 bpp via FreeImage
Replies: 42
Views: 11034

thanks, but... @mysoft: how can I solve my index 0 problem with your code? Assembly is like spanish for me - if you know what I mean.
by Cherry
Oct 23, 2007 19:34
Forum: Libraries
Topic: keeping transparence when converting to 8 bpp via FreeImage
Replies: 42
Views: 11034

thanks, but its really important for me to convert a 32bit image to 8bit without loosing transparency. And yes, in the 32bit image can be any colours. If I could tell FreeImage somehow, that it shouldn't use the index 0, so I could manually set the pixels which should be transparent to index 0.
by Cherry
Oct 23, 2007 12:16
Forum: Libraries
Topic: keeping transparence when converting to 8 bpp via FreeImage
Replies: 42
Views: 11034

keeping transparence when converting to 8 bpp via FreeImage

hi, I have a little problem. I want to convert images from 8bit to 32bit and from 32bit to 8bit too with FreeImage. But its important, that, when I convert 8bit to 32bit, the pixels, which had the colour with index 0, get the color FF00FF after converting, and when I convert from 32bit to 8bit, FF00...

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