A 386-CPU is required. 640x480 with 256 colours is minimum. Display supports all modes up to 1600x1200 with 16.7 million colours (including 32-bit modes).
DISPLAY is a protected-mode, 32-bit DOS application with its own DOS extender, so you don't really have a minimum memory requirement. 4 Megs is usually fine, 8 is more than enough for most image viewing and converting tasks. No limit is placed on file size.
.GIF .mag .jpc .pic .ras .pal .JPG .xbm .rle .pbm .pgm .pic (Softimage 3D) .ppm .pm .PCX .mki .TIF .TGA .xpm .mac .img .yuv .RGB .iff .lbm .BMP .qrt .pct .vis .pds .vik .vic .FIT .fac .SGI .clp .gry .pcd .wpg .ICO .ans .idx .viv .TNL .cut .pi .PNG
*.jpg files can be written as progressive JPEG's if desired. Also supports writing MCU restarts.
*.ico files (Windows ICONs) can be 16x16, 32x32, or 64x64; from 16 colours to 16.7 million, and can be made from any picture file (.jpg, .gif, etc.).
*Groups of pictures can be converted to pictures with the same palette for use on WWW pages.
.dl .fli .flc .raw (for DMPEG) .MPG .AVI .gl .anm .MOV .GIF (animated)
* Display can write movies in the .flc format from any group of pictures.
*Requires SoundBlaster or compatible card
Ascii Ansi HP Laser Jet PostScript (with many formatting options)
UUEncode/UUDecode MIME Encoding/Decoding All types of file management Creates contact sheets Creates point & click directory indexes Does Slide Shows Batch conversions Image manipulation tools, such as: *Cropping *Resizing *Quantizing (several algorithms) *Palette editting *RGB Swapping *Gamma Correction *Image mixing *Smooth/Enhance filters *Manual matrix filters -letting you implement any filter such as those used in Paint Shop Pro, just by inputting the matrix. *Various special effects -such as embossing, conversion to oil paint, rotation, skewing, etc. File Masks NDOS/4DOS "Descript.ion" file support Text and Hexadecimal viewers Ansi viewer MPEG Splitting utility Thumbnail generator CD Player
And the list goes on...
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