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From: ralerche@lindy.Stanford.EDU (Robert A. Lerche)
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In-Reply-To: Michael's message of Sun, 27 Mar 1994 03:12:51 +0200 (IST) <>
Subject: Brush2PS (fwd)

> If I understand you correctly, I have to read each pixel of the picture,
> decide how many gray shades are needed for it, translate each color to a
> number between 0 to 2^bits_per_sample and write the image data according
> to these values. I also assume that for color image, I'll have to split
> each color into its red, green and blue values and convert each value to
> its own gray shade like I did with the b&w image.

Yes, you've got it.  Actually, 0 to (2^bits)-1.  (i.e., 0, 1, 2, or 3
for a 2-bit pixel).
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