The newest generation of high resolution graphics techniques can produce images of startling sharpness and brilliance, with more colors than high resolution (HiRes) and double the definition. HiRes/Double HiRes Graphics hands you all the tools you need to paint and draw advanced graphics with available software packages or your own programs. You will be able to create, store, recall and draw HiRes and double HiRes graphics including dynamic ones that change in color and configuration as their programs run. All the necessary programming and operational details are here, with explanations of low and high resolution commands, a discussion of shapes and shape tables, and dozens of demonstration programs. The guide also explains a variety of techniques for generating graphics by custom modifying off-the-shelf graphics packages, and by using peripheral devices and ProDOS commands. The capabilities of popular software packages such as Dazzle Draw, The Print Shop, Fontrix, Beagle Graphics and Fantavision are explored and their typical projects described. Sample sections show you how to use the software surveyed, and color screen illustrations provide a glimpse of the graphics generated by each package. The author presents instructions on photographing and videotaping images directly from your computer monitor using conventional cameras and video recorders.
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