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The Jared Wilcurt
@TheJaredWilcurt
Michael Lamas
@MickeyNotD_twitter
Sorry to hear that. I had switched to .webp, because it is better than png, jpg, etc. Flif sounds even better. If I can find a library, I can upload it to my sites then, right.
The Jared Wilcurt
@TheJaredWilcurt
those two libraries are designed to decode FLIF files in the browser so they can be viewed in any browser
however I don't think either one is super optimized or stable
meaning they may be difficult to use and will be larger in filesize than they need to be and will require more processing time to decode
Michael Lamas
@MickeyNotD_twitter
btw, I appreciate your help (and probably your patience). I'll send you a small donation - small because I'm quite broke....
The Jared Wilcurt
@TheJaredWilcurt
it's cool man, I just like FLIF and want more people to use it
Michael Lamas
@MickeyNotD_twitter
So, the processing time will probably make download time longer than a jpg.... oh, well. I wish you lots of luck that flip goes (sort of) mainstream. I support innovation, and will promote it across my vast (wish me luck) web empire.
The Jared Wilcurt
@TheJaredWilcurt
it depends on your goals
If you have a lot of images on your page, then using poly-flif + flif files may be better than using just native images
Michael Lamas
@MickeyNotD_twitter
my goal is to use the best compression for images for client's websites. I'll use it as a staple as soon as it's stable.
The Jared Wilcurt
@TheJaredWilcurt
The format is stable, it's just the poly fill libraries are not super optimized
Michael Lamas
@MickeyNotD_twitter
Yes, that's what I meant. I'll give it a try. I'm working on http://mctoastmasters.2irn.com/index.html now. The header is a jpg. I'll see how flif works on it. (Is there a fallback?)
Also, I know what you mean about promoting what you love. I promote xylitol — a sugar substitute. I know it 's a leap from code, but the principles (probably) the same.
The Jared Wilcurt
@TheJaredWilcurt
Xylitol gum is the only kind I'll buy, solid stuff
otherwise I don't eat sugary things at all and have always avoided fake sugars
Michael Lamas
@MickeyNotD_twitter
Cool. I use it with coffee.
Fake sugar is the worst
Leo Izen
@thebombzen
Has there been any progress on appending data to the decoder buffer?
hrj
@hrj
None, as far as I am aware.
Specifically for browsers, I am tracking the state of affairs here: UprootLabs/poly-flif#19
The Jared Wilcurt
@TheJaredWilcurt
Does the --resize=1x1 or -r1x1 not work?
I'm trying different sizes and I can't get it to output anything different
hmmm, It resizes things, but not as expected
an 80x64 image cannot be resized to 1x1, 8x6, or 800x640. All fail. A 768x512 image cannot be resized to 800x600, but when set to 80x60 it outputs at 48x32. Very odd.
Filing a bug
The Jared Wilcurt
@TheJaredWilcurt
FLIF-hub/FLIF#488
The Jared Wilcurt
@TheJaredWilcurt
ANNOUNCEMENT: node-flif is now released and ready for use. https://github.com/FLIF-hub/node-flif/releases/tag/v1.0.1
matrixbot
@matrixbot
hrjet nice ❇
Ghost
@ghost~5508905815522ed4b3dd685d
Does anyone know if there is a golang wrapper for FLIF ?
Golang can call c code and rust code
matrixbot
@matrixbot
ehmry there is a FLIF viewing componet now for the Genode OS framework, its very simple but is intended to be part of composition of programs https://github.com/genodelabs/genode-world/blob/master/src/app/flif_view/flif_view.cc
matrixbot
@matrixbot
ehmry also, I bridged matrix to the gitter channel
matrixbot
@matrixbot
hrjet (I am also on matrix. Are you using a different homeserver than matrix.org? )
ehmry hrjet: no, I must have made a second channel
ehmry !MxdeoztWQwOrxqGcVv:matrix.org
matrixbot
@matrixbot
hrjet Matrix creates an automatic gitter channel if you use the right room name. I am in via #gitter_FLIF-hub=2FFLIF:matrix.org
hrjet (sorry for the offtopic posts.. ehmry (is that your user id), you can PM me @hrjet:matrix.org if you like)
Gonzalo Muñoz
@M-Gonzalo
Hello people! First message here. Nice to meet you
I wanted to know a little more about FLIF potential to be use in solid compression, if there is any. Solid as in 7z, for example. Is it possible to compress two or more similar images together? Not as an animation or multi-page image but as a solid compressed block. If so, would it lead to improvements in compression ratio? Thanks in advance for any answer.
Zoey Riordan
@ZoeyR
@M-Gonzalo FLIF is not designed to compress multiple images together. It is designed for single image compression. The only way you could realistically save space is if you abused animation frames and stored each image as a separate frame and extracated them separately later. Even then space would only be saved if the two images were similar enough that prediction was effective.
To compress multiple items into one compressed object it is best to stick with the general purpose compression methods (rar, 7z, zip, gzip etc.)
Gonzalo Muñoz
@M-Gonzalo
Thank you @dgriffen ! That's what I wanted to know.
hrj
@hrj
@M-Gonzalo I would say, if the images have same dimensions and are similar, then it is fair to FLIF compress them as an animation. (It's not very hacky)
Gonzalo Muñoz
@M-Gonzalo
So I will try just in case. Thanks!
Kamil Monicz
@Zaczero
Hello,
I've just finished a tool for quick flif/png conversion ( drag & drop included ;) )
https://github.com/Zaczero/WinFLIF
This is v1 and I'll add some more features soon~
It can convert big amount of files in a really short amount of time as it uses all cpu cores.
I'd appreciate if you could mention it in the related projects :)
The Jared Wilcurt
@TheJaredWilcurt