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[Files] First Adobe Photoshop® picture datatypeANN.lu
Posted on 22-Mar-2001 08:15 GMT by Christophe Decanini9 comments
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From Oliver Roberts website: WarpPSD.datatype is a datatype which allows you to view and read Adobe Photoshop® image files (commonly used file extensions are .PSD and .PDD). As far as I know, this is the first datatype of it's kind for AmigaOS. In addition to supporting the 68k (with optimized versions for 020, 030, 040 and 060), it also supports the PowerPC processor, with native WarpOS and MorphOS versions. Even better, it is fast, compact, clean and well behaved - a true plug'n'play PPC datatype. One of the key features is its superior speed, hence the name WarpPSD. This datatype uses the same engine as used by my other WarpDTs. Handles Adobe Photoshop® 2.5, 3.0, 4.0, 5.0 and 6.0 images Most of the available modes are supported, including 24-bit RGB, Greyscale, Monochrome, 256 colour palette-based and CMYK images. Images using RLE compression are also supported Highly optimized datatype dispatch engine and PSD decoder, resulting in a very efficient, compact and quick PSD datatype Asynchronous file i/o and double buffering techniques (WarpOS only), which speeds up image decoding Optimized versions for 68020, 030, 040 and 060 Native PowerPC support for both WarpOS and MorphOS Specific support for the OS 3.5/3.9 picture.datatype, when available The dithering feature of the OS 3.5/3.9 picture.datatype can be configured to your liking (e.g. disabled for 15/16-bit displays)
Category: Datatypes
License: Freeware
Oliver Roberts Warppsd datatype
Oliver Roberts website
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