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ColorView for Dos version 2.1. A nice color image viewer that supports BMP, GIF and the newer 24 bit JPEG formats. It works as well if not better than CSHOW. A Windows version is also available. Some control over image pro

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ColorView v. 2.1 for DOS 2.x, 3.x, 5.x
High Speed JPEG/JFIF, GIF, BMP Viewer,
Converter, and Image Editor. Graphical
User Interface with VESA compliant display.
Batch file conversions in Text mode.
JPEG Is A Highly Compressed 24 Bit
"True Color" Picture File Format Which
Has More Colors And A Smaller File Size
Than GIF Files. HSV and Gamma correction.
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ColorView for Dos version 2.1. A nice color image viewer that supports BMP, GIF and the newer 24 bit JPEG formats. It works as well if not better than CSHOW. A Windows version is also available. Some control over image pro
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CVIEW.EXE 261748 102012 deflated
CVIEW.SDA 2184 1093 deflated
CVIEW.TXT 41300 13765 deflated
FILE_ID.DIZ 406 293 deflated
MEMBER.ASP 371 176 deflated
README.TXT 3530 1596 deflated
REGISTER.TXT 3349 1368 deflated
WORLD.JPG 124286 123262 deflated

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Contents of the README.TXT file


ColorView v. 2.1 for DOS 2.x, 3.x, 5.x
High Speed JPEG/JFIF, GIF, BMP Viewer,
Converter, and Image Editor. Graphical
User Interface with VESA compliant display.
Batch file conversions in Text mode.
JPEG Is A Highly Compressed 24 Bit
"True Color" Picture File Format Which
Has More Colors And A Smaller File Size
Than GIF Files. HSV and Gamma correction.
[Association of Shareware Professionals]

ColorView for DOS
Copyright (c) 1992 Millennium Technologies Corporation
All Rights Reserved

Version 2.1


ColorView is a color image viewer/converter/editor for the DOS environment.
In this version, ColorView supports reading and writing the following
graphics file formats:

o JPEG (JFIF subset) JPEG is a highly compressed 24 bit "true
color" picture file format which has more colors and a smaller
file size than GIF files.
o GIF'87, GIF'89 including animations
o Windows BMP files (4, 8 and 24 bit, including 8 bit RLE)


ColorView provides:
o Floyd-Steinberg dithering
o Heckbert color reduction
o Gamma correction, Hue, Saturation, and Brightness controls
o Sharpening, Smoothing, Embossing, Edge Tracing and other
image filters
o Copy and Paste operations between all supported image formats
o New Image creation and text drawing functions
o Adjustable image Transparency Effects
o "Blue Screen" effects
o Image Rotation and Mirroring functions
o Intuitive graphical user interface, with or without a mouse
o Slideshow mode for uninterrupted image viewing
o Fast and extremely accurate Image Scaling for reducing and
enlarging pictures
o GIF Animation support
o Ability to switch graphics modes while viewing an image
o And much more!


ColorView will work with:
o Any Text mode display (Batch File Conversion)
o Standard VGA 320x200 video mode
o 8 bit, 256 color display boards with a VESA driver
o 15 bit, 32768 color display boards with a VESA driver
o 16 bit, 65356 color display boards with a VESA driver
o 24 bit color display boards with a VESA driver
o DOS 2.x, 3.x, 4.x, 5.x
o 640 K or more of physical memory
(expanded and extended memory will automatically be used)
o a hard disk
(automatically used if not enough physical memory)
o 80286, 80386-SX, 80386, 80486, Pentium processors
o Microsoft-compatible mouse

ColorView for DOS (CVIEW.EXE) will run on '286 processors and will
automatically take advantage of a '386 or better processor if one
is available. As a result, no configuration options need to be set
to double the JPEG decompression speed when a '386 or better
processor is present.


List of files provided with this package:

README.TXT - this file
REGISTER.TXT- general registration information
CVIEW.SDA - ColorView package description
CVIEW.EXE - ColorView for DOS executable
CVIEW.TXT - ColorView documentation
WORLD.JPG - sample JPEG image
MEMBER.ASP - ASP membership notice
FILE_ID.DIZ

To install, copy all of the files into a directory on your hard disk. Read
the ColorView documentation by editing the CVIEW.TXT document using your
favorite text editor/word processor.

To run ColorView, please make sure that your graphics board is VESA 1.2
compatible or load a VESA 1.2 driver, and then type "cview" at the prompt.

Or, if your graphics card only supports standard VGA graphics, type
"cview -v ...." where can include wildcards and
multiple file names can be specified.

Or, if your graphics card only supports monochrome, CGA, or EGA graphics,
then please read the CVIEW.TXT manual for instructions on using ColorView
as a Batch File Conversion program.

Type "cview -?" to see the other command line options.

Enjoy!


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