On Tuesday 07 November 2006 01:39 am, rob wrote:
> Thanks for the newsprint and color seperation instructions.
> I was certain these were possible but could not find detailed
> instructions. I have not tried anything yet but will get on it now
> an dhave some tests in this hour.
> I was very disappointed to get this first response:
> I don't think this is possible. JPEG are already cooked, and
> flattened picture. I don't think you will be able to break it down,
> and turn it back to xcf (gimp format). I guess you shouldn't have
> deleted the original file of the image.
> then the real answers came flying in.
> I said JPG at first but I don't care if I start with a JPG or BMP
> or GIF. I figure any image I can scan on the flatbed scanner can be
> a target to work with.
> Which brings out the question of WHAT FORMAT would be the best to
> start in when knoing that the
> whole seperation process will be done with an image.
> Is there any reason to select any one format over another
> considering that most shared images do show up as GIF and
You should go with .png's.
Jpgś are lossy,a bnd gif's are not full color.
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