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| name = IMG Viewer
 
| name = IMG Viewer
 
| screenshot = imgviewer.png
 
| screenshot = imgviewer.png
| developer = [[User:Pac-Man|Worms.NET Team]]
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| developer = [[User:Pac-Man|Pac-Man]]
| version = 1.2.0.0 / 23 September, 2013
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| version = 1.2.0 / 23 September, 2013
 
| games = [[Worms 2|W2]] (implemented, but untested), [[Worms Armageddon|W:A]], [[Worms World Party|WWP]]
 
| games = [[Worms 2|W2]] (implemented, but untested), [[Worms Armageddon|W:A]], [[Worms World Party|WWP]]
 
| language = C# (.NET 4.0)
 
| language = C# (.NET 4.0)
 
| license = Ms-PL
 
| license = Ms-PL
| download = [https://wormsnet.codeplex.com/releases/view/112465 Version 1.2.0.0]
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| download = [https://github.com/Syroot/Worms/releases/download/Worms.NET/IMG.Viewer.1.2.0.zip Version 1.2.0]
 
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'''IMG Viewer''' is a small tool which is capable of displaying the IMG files of W:A, WWP and W2 (W2 has not been tested yet, but the code for handling W2 images has already been written).
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'''IMG Viewer''' is a small tool which is capable of displaying the IMG files of W:A, WWP and W2 (W2 has not been tested, but the code for handling W2 images has been written).
 
It was programmed by using only the file format information given on this wiki, especially the decompressing algorithm written by [[Pisto]]. The related articles are linked at the bottom.
 
It was programmed by using only the file format information given on this wiki, especially the decompressing algorithm written by [[Pisto]]. The related articles are linked at the bottom.
  
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A shell integration for picture previews in the Windows Explorer was available in 1.1.5.0 but has been cut from 1.1.6.0 because it didn't work correctly on most computers.
 
A shell integration for picture previews in the Windows Explorer was available in 1.1.5.0 but has been cut from 1.1.6.0 because it didn't work correctly on most computers.
  
== Planned Features ==
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== Project State ==
* Saving images without dismissing the original palette
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The Worms.NET CodePlex project from which this tool originates has been deleted, the tools themselves were migrated to the new [https://github.com/Syroot/Worms Syroot.Worms] .NET library on GitHub. However, the tools are not under development anymore and might be recreated in the future, on top of the new library.
* The ability to edit images and save them (at least for uncompressed images and without changing the palette)
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== See also ==
 
== See also ==
 
* [[Image file]]
 
* [[Image file]]
 
* [[Team17 compression]]
 
* [[Team17 compression]]
 
== External links ==
 
* [https://wormsnet.codeplex.com/SourceControl/latest#Other/Project/WormsNET.ImgViewer/ Project's website and source code on CodePlex]
 
* [http://forum.team17.com/showthread.php?p=741123 Team17 forum thread]
 

Latest revision as of 22:46, 25 April 2017

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icon IMG Viewer
IMG Viewer screenshot
Developer: Pac-Man
Latest version: 1.2.0 / 23 September, 2013
Supported games: W2 (implemented, but untested), W:A, WWP
Language: C# (.NET 4.0)
License: Ms-PL
Download: Version 1.2.0

IMG Viewer is a small tool which is capable of displaying the IMG files of W:A, WWP and W2 (W2 has not been tested, but the code for handling W2 images has been written). It was programmed by using only the file format information given on this wiki, especially the decompressing algorithm written by Pisto. The related articles are linked at the bottom.

Main Features

  • Displaying IMG files and their settings including the palette
  • Converting IMG files to more common file formats like BMP, PNG and JPEG

A shell integration for picture previews in the Windows Explorer was available in 1.1.5.0 but has been cut from 1.1.6.0 because it didn't work correctly on most computers.

Project State

The Worms.NET CodePlex project from which this tool originates has been deleted, the tools themselves were migrated to the new Syroot.Worms .NET library on GitHub. However, the tools are not under development anymore and might be recreated in the future, on top of the new library.

See also

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