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capture [2017/09/07 01:56]
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 For the most part people use Inkscape, gimp, or photoshop with it mostly being personal preference which tool you use For the most part people use Inkscape, gimp, or photoshop with it mostly being personal preference which tool you use
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 +===== Automated methods =====
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 +A number of people have tried but IMHO nobody has beat manual methods yet:
 +  * Robert B: experimented with using neural networks to capture 7400 series chips. Promising, but last I saw needs more testing
 +  * John M: misc tests. Main result was that active layer should be feasible if delayered
 +  * Ken S: tried some things, but think didn't get far
 +  * Visual 6502: don't recall details except that they claimed although they could get some automated, it took more time to fix mistakes than it would to do from scratch
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 ===== Inkscape ===== ===== Inkscape =====
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-===== Automated methods ===== +===== Visual 6502 tool =====
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-A number of people have tried but IMHO nobody has beat manual methods yet: +
-  * Robert B: experimented with using neural networks to capture 7400 series chips. Promising, but last I saw needs more testing +
-  * John M: misc tests. Main result was that active layer should be feasible if delayered +
-  * Ken S: tried some things, but think didn't get far +
-  * Visual 6502: don't recall details except that they claimed although they could get some automated, it took more time to fix mistakes than it would to do from scratch +
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-===== Visual 6502 =====+
  
 {{:​v6502:​capture:​visual6502_editor.png?​400|}} {{:​v6502:​capture:​visual6502_editor.png?​400|}}
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 Internal python tool to help draw polygons. ​ Not publicly released Internal python tool to help draw polygons. ​ Not publicly released
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-They also explored automation 
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-TODO: I had a screencap of this. Where did it go? 
  
 
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