Re: Interlaced vs. Non-interlaced GIFs

John Lewis (
Mon, 21 Nov 1994 17:24:04 -0400

At 09:29 PM 11/21/94 +0100, Chris Lilley, Computer Graphics Unit wrote:
>Bill O'Donnell said:
>> David Koblas said:
>>> when I rasterize line drawings is the following process:
>>> Frame -> postscript @ 150 dpi -> scale 50% -> GIF
>>> This results in an nice anti-aliased image.
>Yes. I wish more people would do this.

Perhaps someone could go into this in a little more detail? I have
photoshop (Mac) at my disposal, as well as a UNIX box (that I am more
unfamilier with)

What do you mean by "Frame"? Do you mean save it (the random image) as a
postscript file at 150dpi, then scale that image by 50% and save as a gif?

What are the advantages to this?

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