webP, VP8, Skia and LiveCode

Richmond richmondmathewson at gmail.com
Fri Apr 18 13:49:05 EDT 2014


On 18/04/14 20:38, Alejandro Tejada wrote:
> There is a Windows plugin for GIMP:
> http://registry.gimp.org/taxonomy/term/1294
> and you already posted how to compile the GIMP plug-in in Ubuntu.
>
> According to this webpage, there are many bitmap editors that supports webP:
> http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/WebP
>
> Picozu	Web Image editor	
> Acorn	        Image editor	
> Adobe Photoshop	Image editor	(plugin)
> Corel Photopaint	Image editor	(plugin)
> GIMP	Image editor	(plugin)
> GraphicConverter	Image editor	
> Paint.Net	Image editor	(plugin)
> ImageMagick	Image editor	
> PhotoLine	Image editor	
> Pixelmator	Image editor	
> RealWorld Paint	Image editor	
> Graphviz	Graph visualization	
> FileOptimizer	Tool	
> PentaSuite	PDF creation suite	
> FastPictureViewer	Image viewer	(Google WebP WIC Codec[36])
> XnView	Image viewer	
> IrfanView	Image viewer	
> gThumb	Image Viewer	
>
>
> By the way, Richmmond,
> Could you write this enhancement request
> in LiveCode Quality Control Center?
>
> http://quality.runrev.com/

That's a load of rubbish, because when I did I got a:

"A value must be set for the 'Desktop OS' field." message

when there is NO 'Desktop OS' field.

http://quality.runrev.com/enter_bug.cgi

Here are the contents of my attempted submission:

"It would be marvellous if Livecode was not restricted to JPG, PNG, BMP 
and a few other fairly obscure and outdated image formats (PBM anyone?) 
and could import and export a much larger range of image formats. As 
their are a large number of opne source codecs for image formats 
available this should not involve RunRev having to pay money to build 
them into Livecode.

How about webP and VP8 for a start?"

Richmond [with one 'M']
>
>
> Thanks in advance! :D
>
> Al
>
>
>





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