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Offline Rhino

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Re: Perfect Pix
« Reply #50 on: 19:37, 19 January 17 »
If I crank the brightness right down to minimum, the flickering is gone. If I then raise it to the point where the standard blue backdrop is distinguishable from black, there is notable flicker. If I raise it further to the point where the orange of the Beatbox table is notably different from the red, then the flicker is very obvious.


It's better on the Mode 1 "Digital Illusions" splash screen, although that may be because there is just less change on the screen overall.

Thanks for the feedback

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Re: Perfect Pix
« Reply #51 on: 20:07, 24 January 20 »

Hi I am trying to learn the tool, but I keep getting it wrong for some reason  :picard2: . The thing is that I have created a PCT palette for the image wich I later converted to ACT palette file so I can create the PPH with the indexed png but it gives me the error below. Does someone know exactly what step I've missed?


Image type = TYPE_BYTE_INDEXED
palette Size = 256
Transfer type = TYPE_BYTE
Number of Data Elements needed to transfer a pixel = 1
Size in bits of samples for all bands (bpp) = 8
srcWidth = 384
width = 384
height = 272
mode = 5
pixelsPerByte = 4
nBytesW = 96
nPixels = 104448
nBytes = 26112
nRealPixelPerPixel = 1
nDesPixels = 104448
Indexed Color Range = 0 - 3
Debug image file created !
Converting to required format...


*** ERROR !!! The ACT file No.1 does not match !!!