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Started by Sid_, 15:20, 24 January 20
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Quote from: gurneyh on 07:34, 20 January 22To create a tilemap and a tileset from an image you can use this online tool.https://map-cutter.herokuapp.com/The exported files are reusable in Tiled.
Quote from: HAL 6128 on 23:19, 19 January 22Just two quick question (I have seen Martine the first time but haven't used / tried / got deeper of Martine descprition so far):What I have seen is that there's tile map tool included (also for command line). Does it mean I can create tiles (asm or c code) from an image (e.g. GIF)? If I'm going to create a tile map with is this tool, is it also able to recognize duplicate tiles?
Quote from: HAL 6128 on 10:44, 20 January 22Just one more question (then I'm going to have try... . Assuming I have GIF picture (size about 240 x 480 pixel). The colouring is created with the original Amstrad CPC colours (14 out of 27). I wanted to create tiles (12x24). How can I adjust the colours or is Martine recognizing the original colors.I've worked so far with the command line tool "Img2CPC" where you have an config-file with a colours setup.I've also seen that martine only accept tile width 8 or 16 pixels.
Quote from: zhulien on 15:33, 21 January 22Is there an easy way to host Martine so that it can be used to load any images from the net?eg:martinehost.com/?mode=1&url=http://imagehost.com/image.jpg
Quote from: Sid_ on 21:28, 28 February 22The new Martine version is available and this version add a great evolution. Now you can use Martine with a GUI. I'll post some vidéo how to use this version. Binaries available are windows, macos, linux and raspbian. You can download here : https://github.com/jeromelesaux/martine/releases/tag/v0.33You can use as usual Martine with command line, but if you want to use GUI, just click on it ^^.
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