Here's a sample image of firefox's logo converted with my tool:
And here is the readme file for usage and more info about the tool:
BIT8IMG.EXE By KKZiomek
Version 1.0 Build 003
(Used along carlos's sprite.exe)
I am sorry for the large size (106kB) of the tool, and about
the lack of support for other image formats like .png and .jpg.
They will be added in the near future along with code optimization
(because for now the code sucks honestly), and other cool features.
I will also consider changing image loading library, or even switching
completely to WinAPI to shrink the size of the program.
Usage (commandline helpfile output):
BIT8IMG.EXE v1.0 By KKZiomek
Program build 003 - may crash rarely!
Creates console 8bit sprites from image files.
The only supported extension is only bmp for now.
Outputted spr files can be used with carlos's sprite.exe
in order to display them in the console from batch file.
Further alterations to the spr file can be made using
The usage is very simple. Following commands exist:
BIT8IMG filename Converts "filename" image to 8bit spr file.
BIT8IMG help Displays this helpfile.
END OF HELPFILE.
Copyright (c) KKZiomek 2017
[If you modified the source and recompiled the tool, add information about it on the
top of this file. See license.txt for more details about modification]
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