sitedude

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  1. Also I think I could use this command to trim the first 54 on a modified image tail -c +54 image > image2
  2. Thats a great idea! Would Paint Brush do the trick? I have Gimp also. I heard that the header of a bmp is the first 54 bytes. So If I some how made a 5-5-5 image then used a hex editor to remove the first 54 bytes that would work? Can you recommend a program to save in bmp 555 format?
  3. I am trying to find a simple way to replace images on an Innotab (kids vtech device) The images are stored in a SQLite database in Blob Format. The images are Bmp 5-5-5 (without a header) I am able to view them using an AutoIT script [url="http://pastebin.com/v2dyRyBG"]http://pastebin.com/v2dyRyBG[/url] The above link is the auto it script the [b]"SELECT thumbnail FROM Games_info where pkey='3'"[/b] pulls the blob file from the database Here is the blob file I saved directly from the database [url="http://wikisend.com/download/239802/blobthumbnail"]http://wikisend.com/download/239802/blobthumbnail[/url] Does anyone know an easy way to possible edit this blob file? Or a way I can make a 57x57 a 5-5-5 bmp blob without a header so i can insert it into the SQLite db?