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Date Posted: 07:06:48 04/19/04 Mon
Author: Michel
Subject: Re: GIF & CMYK
In reply to: Roger Fedyk 's message, "GIF & CMYK" on 10:11:07 04/15/04 Thu

Hi Roger,

You can assign from any TGraphic descendant class, like TGifImage, ie,

DibGraphic.Assign(GifImage); and


This only handles single page images, not animations. It is on the todo list to allow handling animated gif possibly using TGifImage.

About CMYK, I don't plan native support. Images are converted to RGB for manipulation. What particular usage are you looking for?

Best regards,


>Do you have any example code of how you can assign the
>TGIFImage bitmap to TDIBGraphic and also back again?
>Also is there a release date on CMYK support.
>Roger Fedyk

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