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#ActualSuperVGA

Posted 18 December 2012 - 12:44 PM

It's a pain to get running, but i colourize stuff on the fly with imagick plugin for php when using that.
If you run asp.net, it's easy to create a generic handler, for instance, to handle these things.
Another time i used a simple c library, cimg, to create a set of colourized spritrs once, and then pick from later.
If you do need to generate on the fly, It's cool if you set up some sort of server-side caching if you use the same colour combinations often.

I like libraries that allow me to lock an image into a series of bytes,
after which i can modify it as much as i like. I stick with levels of red, from black to red, and then increasing on g and b afterwards, as source. Makes it easy to view the originals.

I'd like to elaborate once I've got a hardware keyboard in front of me. :)

#2SuperVGA

Posted 18 December 2012 - 12:42 PM

It's a pain to get running, but i colourize stuff on the fly with imagick plugin for php when using that.
If you run asp.net, it's easy to create a generic handler, for instance, to handle these things.
It's cool if you set up some sort of server-side caching if you use the same colour combinations often.

I like libraries that allow me to lock an image into a series of bytes,
after which i can modify it as much as i like. I stick with levels of red, from black to red, and then increasing on g and b afterwards, as source. Makes it easy to view the originals.

I'd like to elaborate once I've got a hardware keyboard in front of me. :)

#1SuperVGA

Posted 18 December 2012 - 12:41 PM

It's a pain to get running, but i colourize stuff on the fly with imagick plugin for php.
If you run asp.net, it's easy to create a generic handler, for instance, to handle these things.
It's cool if you set up some sort of server-side caching if you use the same combinations often.

I like libraries that allow me to lock an image into a series of bytes,
after which i can modify it as much as i like. I stick with levels of red, from black to red, and then increasing on g and b afterwards, as source. Makes it easy to view the originals.

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