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writing an 8BIT PNG image.

Posted on 2003-10-30
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im giving 500 points to whomever can give me a unit that is capable of writing ( compressing too ) an 8bit PNG.
notice ive seen many units that only allow 24bit png's, i need one that supports 8bit!
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robert_marquardt earned 250 total points
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Try GraphicEx from Mike Lischke http://www.delphi-gems.com
It claims 8 bit PNG support.
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i dont need to load png images, i need to SAVE them
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