AGG: "fuzzy" lines at near horizontal/vertical angles ...
thomas.bonfort at GMAIL.COM
Wed Jan 9 03:23:50 EST 2008
palette_force and quantize_force are mutually exclusive, in the sense
that only one of them is applied (depending on which comes first in
the mapserver code)
* quantize_force is more flexible as it doesn't need to create a
palette beforehand, but different colors can be seen from one map to
another depending on the extent
* palette_force produces more consistent results colorwise but a
palette file has to be created beforehand. I'd recommend creating a
palette with exactly 256 colors in it if you're looking for rendering
speed, or with just the exact colors of your features if you're
looking for rendering quality.
On Jan 8, 2008 6:54 PM, rich.fromm <nospam420 at yahoo.com> wrote:
> Flavio Hendry wrote:
> > AGG has to be 24bit.
> I'm pretty sure that's not true. I'm using something like the following:
> IMAGETYPE AGG_Q
> NAME 'AGG_Q'
> DRIVER AGG/PNG
> IMAGEMODE RGB
> FORMATOPTION "PALETTE_FORCE=TRUE"
> # for why this is needed at all:
> # http://trac.osgeo.org/mapserver/ticket/2096
> # this must be an absolute path (should be able to be relative to
> the map file for mapserver 5.2)
> # http://trac.osgeo.org/mapserver/ticket/2115
> FORMATOPTION "PALETTE=/absolute/path/to/colors.palette"
> FORMATOPTION "QUANTIZE_FORCE=ON"
> FORMATOPTION "QUANTIZE_DITHER=OFF"
> FORMATOPTION "QUANTIZE_COLORS=256"
> which gives me (this is the result of running `file output.png`):
> PNG image data, 640 x 480, 8-bit colormap, non-interlaced
> - Rich
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