MI-9 converter

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MI-9 converter

Postby rockyone » Thu Dec 29, 2016 10:38 pm

Image
Image,Image

Image,Image,Do not save :ATM, CL0-2, CMP, FUL, ICE, PF1-3, SPC, SPU

MI-9.prg http://www.mirari.fr/rTGq 21_10-2017 Not compacted.
Mi-9 st 1.44 Mo http://www.mirari.fr/CQPk 21-10-2017
Help GB http://www.mirari.fr/aGLf 20_07_2017
Help FR http://www.mirari.fr/Xz6f 06_01_2017
Sources routines 68k http://www.mirari.fr/UIQF13-09-2017

Tested with Steem2.3 and TOS 1.02, 1.04, 106, 1.62, 2.05 and 1 MB of Ram
All formats tested.

Mi-9 uses the same image conversion routines as MI-3
Mi-9 also loads and saves one plane at low and medium resolution.
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Re: MI-9 converter

Postby rockyone » Wed Jan 04, 2017 3:42 am

Debugged version
I realized by testing the high resolution that I had not loaded the correct horizontal inversion routine in the beta version

Improved conversion of a cycle of eight color to Art-Director.
Visualization of Art-Director color cycles is now almost compliant.

I have not yet improved the horizontal shift in image mode.

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Re: MI-9 converter

Postby rockyone » Thu Jan 05, 2017 7:20 pm

Found a bug :mrgreen:
The "FAD" files (16 palettes) saved the palettes of the file selector

I also changed the brightness:
The left mouse button always acts on the selected color or on all colors
The right button takes into account the left and right limitation sliders
Holding a button activates repetition

Also changed to RGB on / off
Inclusion of the limiting sliders with the right button (only for OFF)

Question, does it work on a real machine
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Re: MI-9 converter

Postby rockyone » Sun Mar 26, 2017 2:17 pm

Update

Now includes all the formats used in MI-3 (which fixes the bug in the IFF routine)

The color selection cursor should now redesign it correctly.

Direct stop of the color cycles of Art director by a mouse click because they can be very very long

Viewing Spectrum images, adding the stop by a mouse click

Mi-9 can always be compact to take up less space.
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Re: MI-9 converter

Postby rockyone » Tue Apr 11, 2017 2:44 pm

Display of the high-resolution menu corrected. (More white rectangle in the menu)
Correction of the CEL backup format. (Cyber-Paint v2.0)
Fixed a bug in the high-resolution IFF backup (an uninitialized register has zero)

Correction also performed in MI-3

Otherwise, no test of fact on this version.
If you use it, let me know the bugs you discover.
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Re: MI-9 converter

Postby rockyone » Mon May 08, 2017 3:39 am

Removing functions gemdos keyboard by xbios
Correction of mouse test in 68k routines
Tested with Steem 3.2 with 1MB of Ram and TOS 1.02, 1.04.1.06.1.62 and 2.05
The floppy makes 720KB this is the one I used to test with the differing TOS. It supports all files - except 68K sources because there is enough free space.-
The file selector in the Auto folder, does not work with a TOS earlier than 1.04

In high resolution, the "Gray" button is replaced by "INV DATA" (I key)
It inverts the data of the image without touching the color palette

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Re: MI-9 converter

Postby rockyone » Mon May 08, 2017 8:25 pm

I just changed the files because I discovered a bug in the MI-3 format after a unified screen backup

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Re: MI-9 converter

Postby MM41 » Mon May 08, 2017 9:21 pm

Rockyone, can you add GIF 4 bits to your converter ?

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Re: MI-9 converter

Postby rockyone » Mon May 08, 2017 11:44 pm

I do not know the format.
Do you know a program that backs up this format?
A document on this format would be welcome

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Re: MI-9 converter

Postby rockyone » Tue May 09, 2017 7:51 am

MM41 wrote:Rockyone, can you add GIF 4 bits to your converter ?

Is this image in this format ? : http://www.mirari.fr/eXm2

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Re: MI-9 converter

Postby rockyone » Wed May 10, 2017 9:42 pm

Sorry, not all formats were activated because I had not compiled the right file. :oops:
In this version, I tested all formats in all three resolutions.

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Re: MI-9 converter

Postby rockyone » Sat May 13, 2017 5:09 pm

Add formats: Canvas FIL and Chagall ESM.
Debug too large error path in selector and extensions too short

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Re: MI-9 converter

Postby rockyone » Thu May 25, 2017 11:56 pm

The first backup routine I did (zz-rought) was really not pretty. But had worked well. Until this day.
But 2 bugs differ with these two images.
2 pic.zip

So I corrected the backup and redo the load
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Re: MI-9 converter

Postby rockyone » Wed Jun 21, 2017 8:51 pm

Added ATM extension for Pi1-3 file packaged with Atomic
Load and save screenshots (32000 bytes) regardless of the extension.

I leave this version here because I have hardly tested anything.

Mi-9.prg http://www.mirari.fr/J0KT 21/06/2017

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Re: MI-9 converter

Postby rockyone » Sat Jun 24, 2017 7:28 pm

Format PI-3 packed with Atomic tested in all three resolutions.
The 720 KB disk still in the folder but more updated
The 1.44 MB disk I use contains all the sources: basic, binary data ....

Mi-9 can always be compacted with Ice 2.40 or Atomic present on the floppy disk
But read before the documentation

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Re: MI-9 converter

Postby rockyone » Fri Jul 14, 2017 10:28 pm

Fixed an error I had created when I took into account all 32000 bytes image extension, I had mismanaged the extentions ...
This error is still in MI-3 because I do not have the time currently

I also optimized zz_save.s by reversing two tests, it's not really faster, but it makes more sense now.

I would do may be an RGB rotation on the palette and on the image data
But now I do not have time

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Re: MI-9 converter

Postby rockyone » Thu Jul 20, 2017 3:42 pm

I did the RGB rotation on the pallety
Image,Image

Optimized the routine "Plan_4n.s"
Correction bug
It was missing the mouse in the System Alert box when the disk is write-protected
Updated PDF file

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Re: MI-9 converter

Postby rockyone » Thu Aug 10, 2017 8:59 am

Modified the Degas loading Pc_Open routine in all three resolutions, smaller and faster
Loading High Resolution CMP Images from Public Painter

Saving settings
-Saving button [P] (picture or plan mode)
-Mi-9.inf now makes 333 bytes

Correction bug:
-Backup size in MI-9.PRG
-Image size in horizontal shift

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Re: MI-9 converter

Postby rockyone » Mon Sep 04, 2017 11:29 pm

I added the loading of the PF1-3 image format from Professional Graphics. I have unfortunately found only a demo version. (Limited backup in all formats ) http://www.mirari.fr/UFuZ
I have nevertheless adapted the Nucleus Degas PC1 backup routine for all three ST resolutions. (It was a long time I thought about it)
  This is the fastest I've seen so far, and with optimized compression.
I have improved the routines for loading and saving the BMP format. It's faster.
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Re: MI-9 converter

Postby rockyone » Mon Sep 04, 2017 11:38 pm

I forgot, I also made the ESM backup. However, I have reduced the file header. But this does not disrupt Chagall.prg
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Re: MI-9 converter

Postby rockyone » Tue Sep 05, 2017 12:11 am

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Re: MI-9 converter

Postby rockyone » Fri Sep 15, 2017 11:04 am

Image Reloading, Editing and Correction
Save BMP
There was an error in the medium resolution files the file size in the data was wrong, (since the first version) but did not bother Windows
I also changed the mode of writing files, BMP faster especially in average resolution.

Open BMP
Modification to load BMP resolution 0, 1.2 files that do not have the correct file size in the data.

F9 key, image reload, verification of the path made before loading.
Alert box if file not found

Added an alert box when backing up with an unknown file extension.

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Re: MI-9 converter

Postby rockyone » Fri Sep 29, 2017 1:04 am

Added a load of compressed Stos files PP1-3 from Pic-Pack.prg

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Re: MI-9 converter

Postby rockyone » Sat Oct 21, 2017 7:13 pm

adding
Loading Invision .prg images:
R01, 1 plan, resolution 0 1 2 (Still in the foreground)
R04, 4 plans
R02, 2 plans
Loading these files if <= the size of the screen resolution.
Alert box if the image is larger than the screen
Change the IFF_Open routine to load the IFF files of Invision.prg if equal to the size of the screen.
But do not load IFF files if compression bit is wrong.

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Re: MI-9 converter

Postby charles » Sun Oct 22, 2017 12:04 am

I have an off topic question ...
any pointers you can give me to reviel a unknown picture format?
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