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Image editor / converter for MCU-based embedded projects
Open-source (GPL) pixel art editor (based on the freeware PIXELplus 256) designed for and written in portable freeBASIC.
Pixi image editor. Common features like: layers, im/export bmp/png/jpg/tga/tiff, scripted command interface, alpha, layers are worked on as floating points. Written using freepascal, and a work in progress. Modular design. Latest source in HG.
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RPhoto is a small software aiming at the easy handling of digital camera's photos, and capable of cropping photos with a constant width / height ratio (by example 4:3 for numeric photos). It also have lossless crop / rotate / flip operations.
Sam\'s Pixel Art Tool is a GTK2-based image editor, aimed at people creating simple 2D graphics and animations. It aims to be small, fast, efficient and convenient.
SkyDraw is a raster image editor developed with the wxWindows cross-platform windowing toolkit. The final supported platforms will include Linux, MacOS (8/9/X), and Windows. Features will include layers, channels, transparency, and potentially plugins.
SpriteEdit is a sprite editor and animator utility. It is intended to be used with AGAST (Adventure Game Authoring System), but may be of interest to anyone interested in animations.
The Strategic War Planner is here to make tactics even easier. Draw tactics on your client and others will immediately see what you have drawn. The software is in Java, so you ONLY need Java Runtime 1.4 or higher.
This is a project of students from Budapest University of Technology. Project name: Tricky Mouse. Subject: Computer lab 4. It's a graphical application using Java engine.
VIDK will allow gamers to create unique virtual game items (e.g. swords, guns, wands, armor etc.) that they can import into a veriety of games.
Vega is free software to create, edit, and compose bitmap images.
HDR images generation from bracketed LDR images