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Re: AK DataType vs. WarpDT

Subject: Re: AK DataType vs. WarpDT
by broadblues on 2021/3/30 10:23:58

@Spectre660

Quote:

Multiviewer has the functionality to scan for AK-Datatypes and save images with them


THis is not exactly true, MultiViewer scans for *ALL* writable datatypes. Writable in context means that an empty object can be created with DTST_RAM and that the datatype supports DTST_WRITE. This means the datatype is suitable for file conversion allowing you to 'saveas' the new file type. Image and sound conversion is supported at present.

MultiViewer does this by scannng the classes available in Classes:Datatypes/ not by inspecting the list of installed Descriptors (in Devs:Datatypes) so you can use WarpDT for decoding and the OS datatypes or AK-Datatypes (or both) for writting.

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