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At the STC conference in Anaheim last year, I attended a session on
graphics given by Neil Perlin. It was great. Very knowledgeable guy.
He recommended a book -- Encyclopedia of Graphics File Formats, second
edition -- Murray and VanRyper, O'Reilly. It was a big fat book, and looked
great. I haven't bought it yet so can't personally recommend it, but it's
definitely worth checking into.
>Tim Altom recommends, "Get a good book on this subject if you're
>venturing into it regularly. A lot of our more tedious work is in this
>area, translating graphics from one platform, resolution, or format to
>Any suggestions out there about good books on this subject?