anthony wrote:use png8:image.png png8 makes the png image output act like it was GIF, with all the limitations of GIF.
For better methods you may like to look at pngnq instead
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If when reading an image you force IM to create a image color index table
(or palette) then IM will save that image using a "png8:" format...
convert input.jpg -type Palette output.png
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