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TITLE
        ImageStudio

VERSION
        1.1.0

AUTHOR
        Andy Dean and Graham Dean

        Email : adean@eleceng.ucl.ac.uk

        Post :  14 Fielding Avenue,
                Poynton,
                Stockport,
                Cheshire.
                SK12 1YX
                ENGLAND

DESCRIPTION
        ImageStudio is an image processor written for the casual
        graphics user who wishes to convert or manipulate various
        graphics formats on a modest Amiga system. The program
        tries to cover the most commonly performed operations
        like colour reduction, scaling and dithering in an easy
        to use Workbench2 style interface. Most of the commonly
        used file formats can be loaded or saved. Image processing,
        by its very nature, requires large amounts of RAM -
        ImageStudio includes its own virtual memory manager to
        reduce the ammount of RAM required.

        * Virtual memory
        * Upto 100 levels of undo / redo
        * Loads / saves IFF-ILBM (palette based upto 256 colours,
        HAM6, HAM8, extra halfbright), GIF, BMP, PCX, JPEG,
        Targa, EPS, datatypes.
        * User definable convolution filters.
        * Adjust colour balance (brightness, contrast and gamma).
        * ASCII and AmigaGuide documentation.
        * Requires no third party libraries or utilities.

SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS
        ImageStudio requires:

        * Workbench 2.04 or above.
        * Around 1MB of free memory.
        * Several MB of free hard disk space (for virtual memory).

HOST NAME
        ftp.uni-paderborn.de or any Aminet site.

DIRECTORY
        /pub/aminet/gfx/conv

FILE NAMES
        ImageStudio.lha
        ImageStudio.readme

PRICE
        10 UKpounds
        20 USdollars

DISTRIBUTABILITY
        The unregistered version is freely distributable.
        The registered version is *NOT* freely distributable.

        The program is Copyright 1994 Andy Dean and Graham Dean

OTHER
        To encourage users to register, the freely distributable
        version is limited to loading images of upto 250x250
        pixels - all other functions are available.