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    Hi, i have a problem.. when unpack my bitmaps.bin, i get all image bpm with wrong color... how fix it? Thank!!
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  • #2
    Hi, these pics have indexed colors, the palette is in the clut.bin file.
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    • #3
      How unpack clut.bin? After get *.pal i import this on AE_4070? Setting->color->Palette import? thank u

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      • nutsey
        nutsey commented
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        clut.bin is a binary file, .pal stores same hex rgb+alpha values in text format.

    • #4
      ok, but how use this for de-index color and edit image? thanks you

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      • #5
        Please help!

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      • #6
        i can't convert to normal color

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        • #7
          Originally posted by Steppdroid View Post
          i can't convert to normal color
          BMP+Palette A12:
          https://drive.google.com/open?id=1oP...DRsS0owy1ZBdMk

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          • #8
            Originally posted by Ezek View Post
            thanks man, can you explain me how you obtain image with normal color and later re-index color for load the custom image on the firmware?
            Because when i edit an image and load it on the firmware the image is view on the camera with color fuk* :|
            Last edited by Steppdroid; 09-30-2018, 05:11 PM.

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            • #9
              Originally posted by Steppdroid View Post

              thanks man, can you explain me how you obtain image with normal color and later re-index color for load the custom image on the firmware?
              Because when i edit an image and load it on the firmware the image is view on the camera with color fuk* :|
              1. Unpack the firmware
              2. Unpack the ROM
              3. In the options, select the palette
              4. Unpack bitmaps.bin
              5. Edit the image in Photoshop and save as is
              6. Pack bitmaps.bin
              7. Pack the ROM
              8. Compile the firmware

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              • #10
                Originally posted by Ezek View Post
                1. Unpack the firmware
                2. Unpack the ROM
                3. In the options, select the palette
                4. Unpack bitmaps.bin
                5. Edit the image in Photoshop and save as is
                6. Pack bitmaps.bin
                7. Pack the ROM
                8. Compile the firmware
                Work, with photoshop the color is right! thank u man!

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