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Change bit depth on icon

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I have an icon (.ico File) that I want to change the bit depth from 32 to 8 bits.
Can anyone suggest an app?
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If you don't need batch processing then Junior Icon editor can do the job (freeware): http://www.free-icon-editor.com/
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Both offered applications can reduce the bit depth so the only recommendation can be split points between
https:#a39690361  and   https:#a39690389
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