Subject: Re: Windows freeware to lock in a 3: or 4:3 aspect ratio for cropping
In article <firstname.lastname@example.org>, Mayayana<email@example.com> wrote:
> | - 32bpp: each pixel is stored in a DWORD storage. i.e. 1 pixel per 4
> I think that's the point of confusion. Monitors
> and graphics drivers talk about 32-bit display and
> that term is common, but there's actually no such
yes there is.
> It's 24-bit color. The other byte is for
> transparency data,
cmyk is 32bpp or 64bpp with four components per pixel, none of which
are transparency. for hexachrome, there's 6 components per pixel.
you're also assuming each component is one byte. that's no longer true
(and hasn't been for years). most modern apps use 2 bytes per component
(48bpp or 64bpp) or floating point components.
> so that Microsoft could show
> their semi-transparent techno- kitsch windows on
> Win7 and make people think they were getting
> something new.
it's much more than just that.