ps.map 24 bits
malcolm at cast.uark.edu
Wed May 17 11:24:31 EDT 1995
I guess my response is, no, I'm not positive. Images created using ps.map
and printed on a 24-bit dye-sublimation printer are _definitedly_ more
than 8-bit, but they could be something less than 24-bit. They _look_
like "true-color" to me, though. Are you sure that ghostscript is capable
of displaying 24-bit, regardless of whether the PostScript image is?
I suppose I could look in the trusty PostScript reference manual to
finish this debate... :-)
On Mon, 8 May 1995, ALOBO wrote:
> """ps.map prints in 24-bit, as long as your printer supports it."""
> Are you positive? I look at the ps file with ghostscript prior to
> printing and the image does not look the same quality that when the rgb
> file is displayed with a program with 24-bit display (i.e., Multispec).
> Is d.rgb generating a 24-bit image? Maybe the problem is there.
> Thanks for your help.
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