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I WANT TO OPEN 16 BIT COLOR PICTURES  IN BMP,JPG OR GIF STANDART !!!! The unit which I copied doesn't provide it. Where I can get it ?
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Here  :    http://www.geocities.com/SiliconValley/Bay/9553/
(there, get unit Grafx, and d/l PasJpeg for it (see link to it; it's near Grafx itself))
(in source section)
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if you want to do it yourself (it's simple!), try bmp's(uncompressed) - their structure is very easy
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