- New License File Required
This build requires a new version 1.1 license. Please contact email@example.com for an updated Draft version 1.1 license file.
- Removed Support for Mac OS X 10.5
Draft now requires Mac OS X 10.6 or later.
- Can now write tiled EXR files (see "Working with Tiled Images", below).
- Added operations for working with arbitrary Image channels (see "Working with Image Channels", below).
- Draft.Image.SetChannel( channel, value ) will now create the specified channel if it does not already exist.
- Draft no longer adds an 'A' (alpha) channel to all images.
- Now, an image will only have an 'A' channel if there was one in the original image, or if you add one yourself by using Draft.Image.SetChannel( 'A', 1.0 ).
- Draft now uses ZIPS (single scanline ZIP) compression when writing scanline EXR files. Previously, Draft used ZIP (16-scanline ZIP) compression instead.
- Draft.Image.ReadFromFile() no longer reports warnings as errors.
- Improved error message when attempting to write movie files using Draft.Image.WriteToFile().
- Fixed Draft.VideoEncoder crash with some frame sizes (see bug report).
Working with Tiled Images
Tile settings are controlled using the new Draft.ImageInfo class.
- Draft.ImageInfo can be passed to Draft.Image.ReadFromFile( filename, imageInfo ) to retrieve tile settings.
- Draft.ImageInfo can be passed to Draft.Image.WriteToFile( filename, imageInfo ) to control the tile settings for the written file.
Working with Image Channels
We added or changed the following Draft.Image methods to work with arbitrary Image channels:
- Draft.Image.CreateImage( width, height, channels )
- Draft.Image.HasChannel( channel )
- Draft.Image.Copy( image, left, bottom, channels )
- Draft.Image.RemoveChannel( channel )
- Draft.Image.RenameChannel( oldChannel, newChannel )
For a description of these new methods, see the Draft.Image class documentation.