As I understand it, 1-bit images contain one colour. There is no smoothing (anti-aliasing or degrees of greyscale), so when the image is enlarged, any curves are ‘stepped’. An Intaglio drawing can be Saved As a GIF which is a more common 1-bit format. Does the software understand GIF?
I would use the ImageMagic package instead of Gimp, you can script the
conversion procedure easily using bash or Automator.
On Thu, Jun 10, 2010 at 5:32 PM, Paul Vandenbulcke email@hidden wrote:
Yes, I’m doing it that way right now.
But I thought it was a bit silly having bought a softwareprogram, and then
having to use a free one to ‘fill the gaps’.
But as I understand, this is a shortcoming of Intaglio?
Is there any evolution on intaglio? Any hopes this could be implemented in
As I understand, BMP is a Windows-specific format, it would be not so easy
to build-in the support of this format on MacOSX, some extra-code would be
needed from other projects having the different licensing policy.