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BMP2MC V1.27   [2014]

BMP2MC V1.27 Released by :
Seanser

Release Date :
20 September 2014

Type :
Other Platform C64 Tool

User rating:awaiting 5 votes (5 left)

Credits :
Code .... Seanser of S.A.N.

Download :
http://csdb.dk/getinternalfile.php/132490/BMP2MC127.7z (downloads: 278)

Look for downloads on external sites:
 Pokefinder.org


User Comment
Submitted by Seanser on 23 March 2015
@e5frog

No need to thank me for that ;-) It´s a pleasure....new version will be speeded up and (perhaps) unpacked.........

cheers
User Comment
Submitted by Seanser on 23 March 2015
@e5frog

Yes, yes and yes.....or what ? Many interesting points to solve........

i´m currently working on a new version...
no load adress is saved in the output data...just change the load adress in the sourcecode to load the bitmap to your place. Auto-reset after changing colors will be fixed, 16 colors version in test-phase.
User Comment
Submitted by iAN CooG on 22 March 2015
If an antivirus doesn't even know UPX means it's really lame, uninstall and use another.
User Comment
Submitted by e5frog on 22 March 2015
Sorry for spamming, no edit and no delete. I figured it was UPX so I downloaded that and decompressed it to glorious 848kB instead of 301kB - no complaints from antivirus anymore. Is it really worth the trouble to pack it and save 500kB? ;-)
Program seems to work fine, a bit slow, I would have liked adjustments on the original bitmap (brightness, contrast). Why doesn't it auto-reset when I change colors (4-6)? Would have liked to see several alternative settings at once so I could compare live.
How come there's a limit to 6 colors, you could use all 16 colors on the screen when drawing one manually, right? Within the multicolor limits of course. I can't load a png from WinVICE and have it converted to the same image?
Will check it out some more and maybe look for other options, I mainly need it for B/W at this time.
Thanks! Hang in there.
User Comment
Submitted by e5frog on 22 March 2015
Perhaps it's packed with an ativirus-program-known tool? So a non packed exe would work fine?
User Comment
Submitted by e5frog on 22 March 2015
AVG doesn't react until program is started, when searching the .exe it has no problems...
User Comment
Submitted by e5frog on 22 March 2015
AVG Free reacted to it, unknown identity threat. As well as 1.263. Tested it at virustotal.com: failed 3/57 which is rather good I guess: HW32.Packed.29E9 by Bkav, TrojanClicker.VBiframe.mu by Jiangmin, Trojan.Win32.Agent2.detkxl by NANO-Antivirus
Could you build it some other way so it won't be detected as a virus. I was going to check if data could be saved as known file types... or if I have to convert the out put myself to stuff the data in an already made program. It would have been quite handy if the user could manually set the addresses where to output the data.

any idea why - is it possible you could work around it?
User Comment
Submitted by Yogibear on 22 September 2014
Good work!
User Comment
Submitted by Seanser on 21 September 2014
Thx !
User Comment
Submitted by Dr.j on 21 September 2014
10x for keep updating your tool. i gonna test in the following days. respect mate
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