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Graphics File Formats FAQ (Part 2 of 4): Image Conversion and Display Programs
Section - 2. Image Conversion and Display Programs for Macintosh

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  Name:     AddJFIFcomment
  Purpose:  Adds a comment to a JFIF file
  Version:  1.0 (Freeware)
  Author:   Victor Tan <victort@extro.ucc.su.OZ.AU>
  Imports:  JFIF
  Exports:  JFIF
  Features: Attaches a comment to a JFIF (JPEG) file that may be displayed
            by a JPEG file viewing program.

  Name:     CH-Interchange 2
  Purpose:  JPEG toolkit (CH-Interchange, CH-JPEG, and CH-PegIt)
  Author:   HighWater Designs Inc., 6 Bedford Farms, Bedford, NH
            03110-6532 USA. Voice: 603.669.7466, Fax: 603.669.7456
  Imports:  TIFF (RGB and CMYK), EPSF, JPEG, EPSJPEG, DCSJPEG
  Exports:  TIFF (RGB and CMYK), EPSF, JPEG, EPSJPEG, DCSJPEG
  Features: CH-Interchnage provides file format conversion. CH-JPEG is an
            Adobe Photoshop Plug-in that allows acquire/export of JPEG and
            EPSJPEG formats. CH-PegIt provides low-resolution compression for
            EPS and DCS files and uses the Mac's QuickTime extension.

  Name:     DeBabelizer and BeBabelizer Lite
  Purpose:  Editing and conversion of graphics, animation, and digital video
  Version:  
  Author:   Equilibrium, 475 Gate FIve Road, Suite 225, Sausalito, CA 94965
            Voice: 415.332.4343, 800.524.8651; Fax: 415.332.4433; 
            Web: http://www.equilibrium.com
  Imports:  Abekas, Alias Pix, Apple II and IIGS, BMP, BOB, C64, Clipboard,
            Degas, DPaint ANIM, Dr. Halo CUT, Electric Image, EPSF, FITS, 
            FLC, FLI, GIF, HAM, IFF, ILBM, IMG, JPEG, Lotus PIC, MacPaint, 
            MSP Type 1, NEO, OMF, PCC, PCP, PCX, PSD, PICS, PICT1, PICT2, 
            Pictor, Pixar, PixelPaint 1.0, QDV, QuickTime Movies and Stills, 
            Raw RGB, RIFF, RLE, Scrapbook, SGI Image, Softimage, Spectrum, 
            Startup screen, Sun raster, System 7 Pict Icons and Previews, 
            TGA, Thunderscan, TIFF, Titleman, Video FX, Wavefront RLA, WPG, 
            X11 XBM, XWD
  Exports:  Abekas, Alias Pix, Apple II and IIGS, BMP, BOB, Clipboard, Degas,
            DPaint ANIM, Dr. Halo CUT, Electric Image, EPSF, FITS, FLC, FLI,
            GIF, IFF, ILBM, IMG, JPEG, Lotus PIC, MacPaint, MSP Type 1, NEO,
            OMF, PCX, PICS, PICT1, PICT2, Pixar, QDV, QuickTime Movies and
            Stills, Raw RGB, RLE, Scrapbook, SGI Image, Softimage, Startup
            screen, Sun raster, System 7 Pict Icons and Previews, TGA,
            Thunderscan, TIFF, Titleman, Video FX, Wavefront RLA, XWD
  Features: Script and batch processing, image cataloging, slideshow, image
            compare, palette and quantization control. AppleScript and
            Apple Events supported, Adobe Photoshop Acquire, Filter, and
            Export plug-ins supported, Andromeda, Fotomagic, Kai's Power
            Tools Xaos Tools, Paint Alchemy, and Terrazzo filters supported.

  Name:     GIFConverter
  Purpose:  Image display, conversion, and printing
  Version:  2.3.7 (Shareware)
  Author:   Kevin A. Mitchell <kam@kamit.com> <74017.2573@compuserve.com>
            P.O. Box 803066 Chicago, IL 60680-3066 USA
  FTP:      ftp://mac.archive.umich.edu/mac/graphics/graphicsutil/
  WWW:      http://www.kamit.com/gifconverter.html
  Imports:  GIF, TIFF, RIFF, MacPaint, Thunderscan, PICT, RLE, Startup Screen,
            and JPEG (with or without QuickTime)
  Exports:  GIF, TIFF, RIFF, MacPaint, Thunderscan, PICT, RLE, Startup Screen,
            EPS, and JPEG (with or without QuickTime)
  Features: Dithers and halftones, image enhancement, cropping, color table
            selection, and laser printer support.

  Name:     GraphicConverter
  Purpose:  Graphics file format conversion
  Version:  2.1.2 (Shareware)
  Author:   Thorsten Lemke <thorsten_lemke@pe2.escape.de>
            Insterburger Str. 6 31228 Peine Germany
  Imports:  PICT, Startup-Screen, MacPaint, TIFF (raw, packbits, CCITT 3/4,
            LZW), RIFF, PICS, 8BIM, 8BPS/PSD, JPEG/JFIF, GIF, PCX/SCR,
            GEM-IMG/-XIMG, BMP (raw and RLE), ICO/ICN, PIC (16 bit), FLI/FLC,
            TGA, MSP, PIC (PC Paint), SCX (ColoRIX), SHP, WPG, PBM/PGM/PPM,
            CGM (binary only), SUN (uncompressed), RLE, XBM, PM, IFF/LBM, PAC,
            Degas, TINY, NeoChrome, PIC (ATARI), SPU/SPC, GEM-Metafile, 
            Animated NeoChrome, Imagic, ImageLab/Print, Technic, HP-GL/2, 
            FITS, SGI, DL, XWD, WMF, Scitex-CT, DCX, KONTRON
  Exports:  PICT, Startup-Screen, MacPaint, TIFF (raw, packbits, LZW), GIF,
            PCX, GEM-IMG/-XIMG, BMP, IFF/LBM, TGA, PSD, JPEG/JFIF, HP-GL/2,
            EPSF, Movie (QuickTime), SUN, PICS, PICT in Resource, PBM/PGM/PPM

  Name:     JPEGView
  Purpose:  Image file viewer
  Version:  3.3 (Freeware)
  Author:   Aaron Giles <giles@med.cornell.edu>
            P.O. Box 2967 San Rafael, CA 94912 USA
  FTP:      ftp://guru.med.cornell.edu/pub/jpegview/
  Imports:  JPEG, JFIF, TIFF (Raw and LZW), BMP, GIF, PICT, Startup Screen,
            MacPaint, QuickTime JPEG
  Exports:  JFIF-standard JPEG, QuickTime JPEG
  Features: Uses QuickTime, full AppleScript support, high-quality
            dithering, slide show, and floating windows.

  Name:     NIH Image
  Purpose:  Digital image processing and analysis program
  Version:  1.5.5 (Freeware)
  Author:   Wayne Rasband <wayne@helix.nih.gov>
  FTP:      ftp://zippy.nimh.nih.gov/pub/nih-image/
  WWW:      http://rsb.info.nih.gov/nih-image/
  Imports:  TIFF, PICT, MacPaint
  Exports:  TIFF, PICT, MacPaint
  Features: Ability to acquire, display, edit, enhance, analyze, print, and 
            animate images. Image processing functions include: histogram 
            equalization, contrast enhancement, density profiling, smoothing,
            sharpening, edge detection, median filtering, and spatial 
            convolution with user defined kernels up to 63x63. Pascal-like
            macro programming language.

  Name:     Show!
  Purpose:  Graphics file cataloging program
  Version:  1.0.3 (Freeware)
  Author:   Henk W. den Bok <H.W.denBok@fys.ruu.nl>
            Physics Laboratory Utrecht University P.O. Box 80.000 3508 TA
            Utrecht, The Netherlands. Voice: (+31)-(0)30-537556
  Formats:  JPEG
  Features: Creates thumbnails to preview full-scale images. View images and
            sort, move, or copy thumnails between documents. Also views
            thumnails embedded in JFIF files.

  Name:     Sparkle
  Purpose:  MPEG and QuickTime movie viewer and converter
  Version:  2.3.5 (Freeware)
  Author:   Maynard Handley <maynard@elwing.otago.ac.nz>
            284 Stuart Street Dunedin New Zealand
  FTP:      ftp://sumex-aim.stanford.edu/info-mac/grf/
  Imports:  MPEG, QuickTime
  Exports:  MPEG, QuickTime
  Features: Uses the QuickTime movie controller. Multiple movie viewing
            capability.

  Name:     Transparency
  Purpose:  GIF transparency editor
  Version:  1.0b4
  Author:   Aaron Giles <giles@med.cornell.edu>
            182 E. 95th Street 11E New York, NY 10128 USA
  FTP:      ftp://ftp.med.cornell.edu/pub/aarong/transparency/
  Imports:  GIF
  Exports:  GIF
  Features: Allows the designation of one color in a GIF image which is to be
            treated as transparent. Useful in modifying GIF files for HTML
            documents where the images are plotted against the arbitrary 
            background a Web client's window.

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