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MrDeveloper

Switzerland
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Posted - Nov 17 2023 :  01:30:29  Show Profile  Reply
Hello Nigel and everyone else

I have a urgent question about the TImageEnProc.ConvertTo method. If I understand it correctly there are 3 overloaded versions I can use here. In one of the methods I can pass a custom palette as an array of TRGB.

My question is about TIEDitherMethod = ieDithering. Is the Floyd-Steinberg dithering applied here? If not, how can this be implemented?

The reason for my question is that I have to convert an image into 4 up to max. 6 fix defined possible colors and, due to the possible true color illusion, this e. g. would have to be best implemented with the Floyd-Steinberg algorithm. Or is there an even better algorithm for such a very limited number of colors?

Thank you for your ideas and support!

xequte

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Posted - Nov 19 2023 :  18:46:40  Show Profile  Reply
Hi

Yes, if you use ieDithering and the color count >2 and <= 256, then Floyd-Steinberg dithering is applied.

You can see the effect in the "Every Method" demo in the \Demos\ImageEditing\ folder.


Nigel
Xequte Software
www.imageen.com
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