GRASP GL

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* [http://cd.textfiles.com/carousel344/008/GRASP11C.ZIP GRASP 1.10c]
 
* [http://cd.textfiles.com/carousel344/008/GRASP11C.ZIP GRASP 1.10c]
 
* http://cd.textfiles.com/garbo/PC/ANIMATIN/ - MS-DOS software (refer to the [http://cd.textfiles.com/garbo/PC/ANIMATIN/00_INDEX.TXT index])
 
* http://cd.textfiles.com/garbo/PC/ANIMATIN/ - MS-DOS software (refer to the [http://cd.textfiles.com/garbo/PC/ANIMATIN/00_INDEX.TXT index])
* [http://entropymine.com/deark/ Deark] can extract the embedded files
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== Sample files ==
 
== Sample files ==

Latest revision as of 16:22, 15 January 2019

File Format
Name GRASP GL
Ontology
Extension(s) .gl
Released ≤1986

GRASP GL, or GRASP animation, is an animated graphics format associated with the GRASP (Graphical System for Presentation; later Graphics Animation System for Professionals) player software for DOS. It was created by John Bridges, who also created the PIC image format used in PC Paint.

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A GRASP GL file is structured as a simple container format. It contains embedded files in various formats, such as PCPaint PIC, CLP, GRASP font, and apparently GIF. One of the files is a .txt file, containing a script that controls the animation.

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