>I meant *image*, not map. Sorry. Yeah the image is a map. A Minecraft
>map, specifically of an unusually large world. I didn't want to say
>that, but I don't really want my wording to be misunderstood at this
Looking at your posts on IM-users, you have plenty of resources, maybe not
enough disk space, so why not move that big file out to usb storage and accept
some long processing times.
Apart from that, I think some of the problem is self-inflicted. Changing IM
folder name etc...not a good idea.
While I still do not think IM will work for a 1GB png image, since it is
installed you can get some information which might assist others to help.
Look at the attached screenshot:
Open the (lame) Win10 file manager in the folder containing the large png.
1. Up at the top in the location, type cmd then enter. This will open a terminal
in that folder.
2. At the prompt \> type path (enter) and check that IM is in the correct place.
3. type in the command using your image name
magick identify myimage.png
Does it show something like the screenshot? Is it really a png? Is it broken?
Post the information and hope someone will assist. I do know that nip2 will work
with very limited resources in Win10, but you have to be patient.
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