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Old 20 February 2019, 23:40   #21
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Are you looking for something like ham_convert?
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Old 21 February 2019, 22:10   #22
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But I just did a quick test and Multi-view
showed a mixed up mess --- maybe datatypes not up-to it.

Just tried Visage it said:
Error in Picture --- Bad Data
ViewTek and FastView just showed a mess
PPShow 4 worked but some-what degraded


How to run "Ham Convert" ?
It just show up as a JAR archive

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Old 21 February 2019, 23:02   #23
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How to run "Ham Convert" ?
It just show up as a JAR archive
JAR is not exactly an archive, it's a Java application container. You need Java to run it.
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Old 22 February 2019, 00:16   #24
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Lnx Amiga Image Converter
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I have spent DAYS looking for Rhett Anderson's original Sliced HAM / SHAM encoder without success. Does anyone know where it is? I tried encoding SHAMs using GIFMachine and SuperSHAM but none of thje files can be viewed with Anderson's shamview program. He distributed it through Compute! back in the day. I tried Amiga Resource's V image viewer and Anderson's suggestion, but it cannot view any of these images, either.

I am attempting to view them on an NTSC A1000 and A2000 020.

Thanks.


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JAR is not exactly an archive, it's a Java application container. You need Java to run it.
FYI, I used Ham Converter to make this slideshow:

https://boingboing.net/2018/03/16/no...mmodore-a.html

A No Man's Sky tribute of sorts...
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Old 04 November 2019, 14:11   #27
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Back in the day I thought about creating a HAM converter that could also generate a copper list to assist with the display.

I don't know how poking colour registers half way through a line affects HAM, presumably they are read for every base colour pixel. You could get a lot more base colours with a massive copper list and static image.
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I have spent DAYS looking for Rhett Anderson's original Sliced HAM / SHAM encoder without success. Does anyone know where it is? I tried encoding SHAMs using GIFMachine and SuperSHAM but none of thje files can be viewed with Anderson's shamview program. He distributed it through Compute! back in the day. I tried Amiga Resource's V image viewer and Anderson's suggestion, but it cannot view any of these images, either.

I am attempting to view them on an NTSC A1000 and A2000 020.

Thanks.

bp
Okay, I was mistaking HAME for SHAM and originally recommended Imagemaster but I think I remember it right this time. HamLab Plus 2.1.0 can encode SHAM images displayable with COMPUTE!'s "V" 2.1 on an OCS/ECS machine.

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