[EMAIL PROTECTED] (2001-11-21 at 1546.45 -0500):
>     Gunnar> I have a 32 bit PNG image that I wish to convert to a 16
>     Gunnar> bit PNG image.  Can the GIMP do that for me (if so, please
>     Gunnar> tell me how)? Or would you recomend any other tool for
>     Gunnar> that?
> Really?  According to the libpng man page, PNG stores "RGB pixels
> packed into 3 or 6 bytes" and "PNG files reduce possible bit depths to
> 1, 2, 4, 8, and 16", i.e., there isn't any such thing as a 32-bit PNG
> image.  Are you *sure* its PNG?

Maybe he has a 8 bit per channel RGBA image (32 bits per pixel), and
wants to save as 4 bits per channel (16 bits per pixel)? Cos RGBA 8
bit (total 32) is possible under PNG. He should explain to what 32 he
is talking about. :]

GSR
 
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