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  • #31
    It does that for each frame. Each frame can contain any number of 565 pixels, there is no limit of colours per frame
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    • #32
      Originally posted by ESPsupport View Post
      It does that for each frame. Each frame can contain any number of 565 pixels, there is no limit of colours per frame
      hmm, thanks for the reply, any ideas on why images in raw have less colours than the ones loaded as avi files?

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      • #33
        There should be no difference. Check your email, it should finally have gotten through, hah
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        • #34
          Originally posted by ESPsupport View Post
          There should be no difference. Check your email, it should finally have gotten through, hah
          got the mail and replied. i have one other semi related question. is it possible to change the colour pallets in software? so for example you have an image which is just the colour red, can you do an RGB shift so it becomes green for example?

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          • #35
            No, you really need to put a different coloured image onto uSD.

            Of course you can do a read / write pixel routine which will change the colour on the screen. It might be too slow for practical usage, but that will completely be subject to the effect that you are after
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