Technicolor Dream

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'''Technicolor Dream''' is a raster graphics program for Atari 8-bit computers. Its native 256-color image format consists of a pair of files: '''.lum''' and '''.col'''.
 
'''Technicolor Dream''' is a raster graphics program for Atari 8-bit computers. Its native 256-color image format consists of a pair of files: '''.lum''' and '''.col'''.
  
In the absence of a '''.col''' file, a '''.lum''' file could be displayed as 16-color grayscale.
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In the absence of a '''.col''' file, a '''.lum''' file could be displayed as 16-color grayscale.
  
 
== Identification ==
 
== Identification ==

Latest revision as of 17:42, 8 August 2020

File Format
Name Technicolor Dream
Ontology
Extension(s) .lum, .col
Released 1986

Technicolor Dream is a raster graphics program for Atari 8-bit computers. Its native 256-color image format consists of a pair of files: .lum and .col.

In the absence of a .col file, a .lum file could be displayed as 16-color grayscale.

Contents

[edit] Identification

.lum files begin with byte 04.

Both .lum and .col files appear to be exactly 4766 bytes long.

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[edit] Sample files

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