ChromaPIX 1.6.17 was created on 22 February, 2002. Keygen Included...
For sending Slow Scan TV pictures via Ham Radio or CB Radio
DSP VM (virtual machine)
-Analog signal detection provides superior performance over
\'hard-limited\' FM detectors by permitting sub-cycle frequency
-Adjustable digital filters allow you to taylor the VM to meet signal
-DSP VM runs at all times to provide detector spectral display, tuning
meter display, and receive autostart based VIS or sync recovery.
-Multiple front panels allow access to the VM. Use one panel to receive
or transmit images while loading, compositing, or saving images
on other panels.
-Most image operations are based on fast drag and drop or \'single click\'
operations. All controls can be rapidly accessed using powerful tab
-Image processing functions include adjustment of brightness, contrast,
hue, saturation, and sharpness. Additional median and average filters
quickly remove noise from received images.
-Paint operations include most common functions as well as advanced drop
shadows and realistically rendered image frames.
-A full toolbox of special effects controls is also included.
-Disk storage of images is handled by a thumbnail tray which provides
small preview images of files on your disk as well as instant
drag and drop access to your favorite directories. Load time effects
make adding borders and drop shadows painless. An integrated slide show
allows you to easily display your image collection.
The 1.6.17 release contains the following changes and additions :
DSP code revisions for improved picture quality
New B/W modes - 8 sec 120 line (Robot 8), 36 sec 256 line (Robot 36 \"+\"), 17 sec 256 line (SP17)
MP115 mode support
Full Time Sync (user selected)
Auto-Stop on lost sync (user selected)
\"Sticky\" load effects buttons can stay selected or auto-clear after image load
Support for transparency in image loads, both 32-bit (alpha channel) and chromakey (transparent color) images
New thumbnail tray keyboard shortcuts for scrolling, and loading or deleting images
New RX Mute and COM port Sharing options
\"Zoom\" control now zooms to full-screen
Monitor window is now user-scaleable to any desired size
NOTE: Please review the CPIX User Guide for a complete description of ChromaPIX operation.
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