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From: SerDevian <scriven AT CS DOT ColoState DOT edu>
Newsgroups: comp.os.msdos.djgpp,rec.games.programmer,comp.graphics.algorithms
Subject: Re: Palette Conversion
Date: Fri, 29 Aug 1997 10:15:45 -0600
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Chris Miller wrote:
> > So -- has anyone got a conversion utility for these palettes or could
> > anyone help, thanks.

> I just dealt with the same problem...  I'm using Photoshop 4 and 768
> byte palette files. I figured out that photoshop uses 8 bit values for
> it's colors and the vga uses 6 bit values.  Just load the bytes,

If anyone else needs to do this, and doesn't feel like writing a program
to do it, just grab "Digital Artist" from my page.  It'll load/save
8-bit and 6-bit palettes, and is nice for editing or creating palettes
too.


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