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This uses the same flash card adaptor as the [[JuiceBox Music Player]], but requires that the pictures be in a more proprietary file format.  Pictures must be exactly 240x160 pixels, and stored in a raw format using 12 bits per pixel (4 bits for each of RGB.)  In addition, the files must have a '.JBP' extension and appear in the root directory of the flash card.
 
This uses the same flash card adaptor as the [[JuiceBox Music Player]], but requires that the pictures be in a more proprietary file format.  Pictures must be exactly 240x160 pixels, and stored in a raw format using 12 bits per pixel (4 bits for each of RGB.)  In addition, the files must have a '.JBP' extension and appear in the root directory of the flash card.
 
Standard procedure seems to be to use your favorite photo editor to produce the 240x160 pixel format, a common  open source image reformatter like [http://www.imagemagick.org/script/index.php ImageMagick ] to produce a raw RGB file with 24 bits/pixel, and one of several [http://www.linux-hacker.net/cgi-bin/UltraBoard/UltraBoard.pl?Action=ShowPost&Board=MJB&Post=13 special utilities written by the JuiceBox hacking community] to convert that to 12bits/pixel.
 
Standard procedure seems to be to use your favorite photo editor to produce the 240x160 pixel format, a common  open source image reformatter like [http://www.imagemagick.org/script/index.php ImageMagick ] to produce a raw RGB file with 24 bits/pixel, and one of several [http://www.linux-hacker.net/cgi-bin/UltraBoard/UltraBoard.pl?Action=ShowPost&Board=MJB&Post=13 special utilities written by the JuiceBox hacking community] to convert that to 12bits/pixel.
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[[Category:JuiceBox]]

Latest revision as of 09:06, 14 July 2007

Picture Player

This uses the same flash card adaptor as the JuiceBox Music Player, but requires that the pictures be in a more proprietary file format. Pictures must be exactly 240x160 pixels, and stored in a raw format using 12 bits per pixel (4 bits for each of RGB.) In addition, the files must have a '.JBP' extension and appear in the root directory of the flash card. Standard procedure seems to be to use your favorite photo editor to produce the 240x160 pixel format, a common open source image reformatter like ImageMagick to produce a raw RGB file with 24 bits/pixel, and one of several special utilities written by the JuiceBox hacking community to convert that to 12bits/pixel.