Dec 102017
SQZGIF version 2.1 - Squeezes 640x480x256 gifs to anything smaller.
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SQZGIF version 2.1 – Squeezes 640x480x256 gifs to anything smaller.
File Name File Size Zip Size Zip Type
BRUN41.EXE 76912 53256 deflated
RAW2GIF.EXE 26043 13349 deflated
README.1ST 2191 1009 deflated
REGISTER.DOC 4106 887 deflated
SQZGIF.DOC 12312 5027 deflated
SQZGIF.EXE 42931 21137 deflated

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Contents of the README.1ST file

SQZGIF v2.1 (c) Copr. 1988-90 Lawrence & Marvin Gozum, MD

SQZGIF converts LARGE GIF and PCX pics (to 2KBx2KBx256) and "squeezes" it
down to 320x200x256 in .BLD & .PLT format or GIF or expands it to any
size (e.g.,1024x768x256) for:

* image processing/editing in VGACAD
* conversion to EGA in VGA2EGA
* printing in GIFDOT
* desktop publishing with GIFPUB
* reconversion to a smaller GIF in BLD2GIF
* bloading in BASIC or QuickBASIC (BLD & PLT files only)


Files: SQZGIF .exe Main Program
SQZGIF .doc User Manual
BRUN41 .exe Runtime Module
RAW2GIF .exe GIF encoding utility
REGISTER.doc registration form
README .1st this document

Update 2.1 * User-specified zooming or squeezed GIF & PCX pictures.

* Choice of fast interpolation or color averaging methods.

* Integration of SQZGIF v2.1 (and up) with VGACAD (2.0 and
up, when released) for immediate importing of user-
specified, 'squeezed' or 'zoomed', color-averaged or
interpolated screens.

Update 2.0: * PCX (version 5) format included (to 2KBx2KBx256)

* BUGFIX: (MAJOR) All SVGA processing used weird colors,
if 320x200x256 mode was not processed first. This has
been corrected !

* BUGFIX: (MAJOR) 800x600x256 and 1024x768x256 SVGA
processing modes 'choked' and gave inappropriate error
messages. These have been fixed.

* Bugfix: VDISK path did not change to next available
path; this has been corrected.

* Bugfix: MVGASCRN.RAW & .PLT files were not automatically
deleted when processing was aborted; this has been fixed.

* Feedback on alternative VDISK path selectd is displayed
to let the user know where the MVGASCRN (RAW & PLT) files
are being written.

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