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@drpeter   Great conversion and an amazing fact (I did not know that). :):thumbsup:

 

Recon you could upload the source pic?  I wouldn't mind having a stab at it. (Like the way it's framed with the branches).

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And then consider that its water level is historically low! It's amazing how large and deep that lake is.

 

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1 hour ago, Beeblebrox said:

Lake Baikal/Max depth
1,642m

 

That's the main consideration when compared to other large freshwater lakes.

 

Three of the great lakes each have much greater surface area than Baikal. So the great lakes are far larger in total from this perspective.

 

In terms of total water volume, the great lakes aren't too far behind at 22,520 km3. Baikal is 23,615 km3.

 

Baikal is just amazingly deep (although its average depth is less than half of the figure above). Lake Superior has a max depth 406 m (1,333 ft), and Lake Erie is the shallowest at 64 m (210 ft) max depth.

 

[Note: These are all Wikipedia figures...]

 

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Hope there is a digital archive for all the pictures attached to this AtariAge topic; don't want them to vanish like freshwater lakes

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4 hours ago, 800XLNZ said:

Hope there is a digital archive for all the pictures attached to this AtariAge topic; don't want them to vanish like freshwater lakes

Sometime back, I posted a ZIP archive of everything that has been posted.  I've not updated it in a while.  If anyone has suggestions of where to archive this (offsite), I'll gladly update the archive and re-post it.

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6 minutes ago, Stephen said:

Sometime back, I posted a ZIP archive of everything that has been posted.  I've not updated it in a while.  If anyone has suggestions of where to archive this (offsite), I'll gladly update the archive and re-post it.

Perhaps github?

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16 minutes ago, Mauro Rodriguez said:

post in mediafire in a .7z packed file

Why? Mediawho?

 

IMHO separate files in a github repo, in sub-directories for each person, uncompressed, is way more useful, but YMMV.

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On 9/30/2021 at 8:11 PM, MrFish said:

In terms of total water volume, the great lakes aren't too far behind at 22,520 km3. Baikal is 23,615 km3.

Whereas all the lakes of the English Lake District combined contain only 1.4 kmof water and the largest (by area and volume), Windermere, would need to be emptied more than 75,000 times to fill Lake Baikal...

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Hello guys

 

5 hours ago, ivop said:

Why? Mediawho?

 

IMHO separate files in a github repo, in sub-directories for each person, uncompressed, is way more useful, but YMMV.

 

Yes, would be nice if they could be accessed on the Atari via Fujinet directly.

 

Sincerely

 

Mathy

 

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6 hours ago, ivop said:

Why? Mediawho?

 

IMHO separate files in a github repo, in sub-directories for each person, uncompressed, is way more useful, but YMMV.

I've saved every file in the thread with original filename.  I'll see what I can do about getting a git repo setup sometime soon.  The set is 40MB, or 22.2MB compressed with 7Zip.

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On 10/3/2021 at 2:42 PM, Mauro Rodriguez said:

South Patagonia Landscape View

Bariloche Argentina (The Little Switzerland)

Bariloche.jpg

Bariloche - Argentina Drome Vew.xex 22.09 kB · 7 downloads

As written in first post and asked you on September 11th, could you please follow these rules?

 

Post the converted Atari image (output.png file from the RastaConverter folder or emulator's screenshot cropped to 320 pixels) and Atari .xex file (filename format: "Author's name_imagename").

 

Everyone could see the results of your conversions (even on smartphones) without running the emulator and it would be easier to archive files orderly.

 

In this case, for example,

 

MauroRodriguez_Bariloche.png.a8b7c19a463dea221f0ef0271dbe5724.png

 

MauroRodriguez_Bariloche.xex, Rodriguez_Bariloche.xex ...

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9 hours ago, Philsan said:

Post the converted Atari image (cropped to 320 pixels would be perfect)

 

You can just post output.png from the RastaConverter folder when the conversion is finished, which shows the conversion as RastaConverter thinks it should appear on the Atari- no cropping or processing required.

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18 minutes ago, drpeter said:

 

You can just post output.png from the RastaConverter folder when the conversion is finished, which shows the conversion as RastaConverter thinks it should appear on the Atari- no cropping or processing required.

That's not a fair representation of the final output though - it's a best case perfect rendition, which will always look amazing.

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1 minute ago, Stephen said:

That's not a fair representation of the final output though - it's a best case perfect rendition, which will always look amazing.

 

No, you're thinking of output.png-dst.png, which is the best-case rendition the conversion is aiming for.

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1 hour ago, drpeter said:

 

No, you're thinking of output.png-dst.png, which is the best-case rendition the conversion is aiming for.

Sorry about that - you are correct.

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On 10/3/2021 at 4:05 AM, Stephen said:

Sometime back, I posted a ZIP archive of everything that has been posted.  I've not updated it in a while.  If anyone has suggestions of where to archive this (offsite), I'll gladly update the archive and re-post it.

ZIP archive would be nice,

 

 Cheers, Chris

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2 hours ago, 800XLNZ said:

ZIP archive would be nice,

 

 Cheers, Chris

Here ya go.  This should contain every image up to and including the Bariloche image.

FullSet 10-2-2021.zip

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Nice - but suffers from the dreaded colour errors on NTSC.  For some reason my Altirra setup is running PAL but using an NTSC palette.

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