Converting PCT to GIF is not working

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Post by glennrp » 2006-07-04T07:50:50-07:00

Try

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identify -verbose pict.pct
and see if tells you anything useful like the presence of offsets. If there *are* offsets you can get rid of them with the +repage option (or with the +page option with older versions).

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Post by glennrp » 2006-07-04T14:31:34-07:00

The "geometry" has no offsets. The histogram says there is nothing there but white pixels.

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Post by glennrp » 2006-07-05T15:53:11-07:00

Is it bigger in both directions or just stretched out horizontally? The latter might mean some mixup with the bits-per-pixel.

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