Nearly everytime I developed something on an embedded device I came to the point where I needed a simple 1-bit Bitmap to integrate some symbols. The Problem was that everytime I had to write my images by hand like:
And then i came to the point the images were larger than this example, say 32*32 or more. And thats a torture.
And that's the reason I started this project.
It's a simple and small command line application which let you convert any (1-32bit) BMP into a string representation of 0 or 1, or even in hex. The program hasn't any problem with images up to 1000 * 1000 px.
Btw, it's not as useful to tell you all about everything the program can do as to try yourself, just download it and feed it with an random BMP image, it's smaller than 200kB :)
If you're not on Windows you can use the Program with WINE or easily recompile it for your platform (You have to change the output coloring)
Program developement: finished
- Convert any BMP file to binary or hex representation
- - with or without prefix
- - "colors" like input or inverted
- - with screen and/or file output (file output only increases speed (1000*1000 img in <0.2 sec))
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