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JPEG 45.13
20.4.2016
PNG 45.21
24.3.2017
TIFF 45.9
4.5.2016
BMP 45.7
11.3.2011
PCX 45.5
25.2.2011
PSD 45.5
11.3.2011
Prefs 45.9
4.5.2016
 
 
Fast, powerful 24-bit picture datatypes for AmigaOS® & MorphOS
68K (OS 3.x & Amithlon) and PowerPC (WarpOS, OS 4.x & MorphOS)
Copyright © 1999-2017 Oliver Roberts, All Rights Reserved.

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FileVersionRelease DateFile size
-WarpBMP.datatype45.715 March 201170K
-WarpJPEG.datatype45.1320 April 2016323K
-WarpPCX.datatype45.525 February 201164K
-WarpPNG.datatype45.2124 March 2017181K
-WarpPSD.datatype45.511 March 201167K
-WarpTIFF.datatype45.94 May 2016517K
-WarpDTPrefs45.94 May 2016153K

PLEASE NOTE THAT IT IS NOT POSSIBLE TO LINK DIRECTLY TO THESE
FILES FROM ANOTHER WEBSITE! LINK TO THIS PAGE INSTEAD. THANKS.
WarpDT

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Register Now The WarpDT package (WarpJPEG, WarpPNG, WarpTIFF, WarpBMP, WarpPCX, WarpPSD and WarpDTPrefs) is shareware, which means you are expected to register if you find the datatypes useful after an evaluation period of 30 days, and wish to continue using them.


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· Links

  • MysticView - great window based viewer to use with the WarpDTs, especially if you have graphics card.
  • PicShow - another viewer, but this one also supports image files containing multiple images (e.g. TIFF-FAX).
  • SplitMultiImage - extract images from image files containing multiple images.

Attention WarpUp 5.1 users!
Due to a bug in the official powerpc.library v16.1 (7 February 2001) from the OS3.9 boing bag, you may experience crashes from Defiant (WarpOS housekeeping task). If this proves to be the case on your system, I recommend that you try using the 16.1beta1 version (7 January 2001) of powerpc.library instead, available from Frank Wille's ppclibemu page. There is no real need to bother trying this beta version unless you do get the Defiant crashes.


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