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       Prima::image-load - Using image subsystem

       Details on image	subsystem - image loading, saving, and codec

   Simple loading
       Simplest	case, loading a	single image would look	like:

	       my $x = Prima::Image-> load( 'filename.duf');
	       die "$@"	unless $x;

       Image functions can work	being either invoked from package, or from
       existing	Prima::Image object, in	latter case the	caller object itself
       is changing. The	code above could be also written as

	       my $x = Prima::Image-> create;
	       die "$@"	unless $x-> load( 'filename.duf');

       In both cases $x	contains image data upon success.  Error is returned
       into $@ variable	( see perldoc perlvar for more info).

   Loading from	stream
       "Prima::Image" can also load image by reading from a stream:

	       open FILE, 'a.jpeg' or die "Cannot open:$!";
	       binmode FILE;
	       my $x = Prima::Image-> load( \*FILE);
	       die "$@"	unless $x;

   Multiframe loading
       Multiframe load call can	be also	issued in two ways:

	       my @x = Prima::Image-> load( 'filename.duf', loadAll => 1);
	       die "$@"	unless $x[-1];

	       my $x = Prima::Image-> create;
	       my @x = $x-> load( 'filename.duf', loadAll => 1);
	       die "$@"	unless $x[-1];

       In second case, the content of the first	frame comes to $x and $x[0].
       Sufficient check	for error is whether last item of a returned array is
       defined.	This check works also if an empty array	is returned.  Only
       this last item can be an	undefined value, others	are guaranteed to be
       valid objects.

       Multiframe syntax is expressed in a set of extra	hash keys.  These keys

	   Request for loading all frames that can be read from	a file.

		   loadAll => 1

	   If present, returns a single	frame with index given.	 Example:

		   index => 8

       map Contains an anonymous array of frame	indices	to load.  Valid
	   indices are above zero, negative ones can't be counted in a way
	   perl	array indices are. Example:

		    map	=> [0, 10, 15..20]

   Querying extra information
       By default Prima	loads image data and palette only. For any other
       information that	can be loaded, anonymous hash 'extras' can be defined.
       To notify a codec that this extra information is	desired, loadExtras
       boolean value is	used.  Example:

	       my $x = Prima::Image-> load( $f,	loadExtras => 1);
	       die "$@"	unless $x;
	       for ( keys %{$x-> {extras}}) {
		  print	" $_ : $x->{extras}->{$_}\n";

       The code	above loads and	prints extra information read from a file.
       Typical output, for example, from a gif codec based on libgif would
       look like:

	   codecID : 1
	   transparentColorIndex : 1
	   comment : created by	GIMP
	   frames : 18

       'codecID' is a Prima-defined extra field, which is an index of the
       codec which have	loaded the file. This field's value is useful for
       explicit	indication of codec on the save	request.

       'frames'	is also	a Prima-defined	extra field, with integer value	set to
       a number	of frames in the image.	It might be set	to -1, signaling that
       codec is	incapable of quick reading of the frame	count.	If, however,
       it is necessary to get actual frame count, a 'wantFrames' profile
       boolean value should be set to 1	- then frames is guaranteed to be set
       to a 0 or positive value, but the request may take longer time,
       especially on a large file with sequential access. Real life example is
       a gif file with more than thousand frames. 'wantFrames' is useful in
       null load requests.

   Multiprofile	loading	requests
       The parameters that are accepted	by load, are divided into several
       categories - first, those that apply to all loading process and those
       who apply only to a particular frame. Those who are defined by Prima,
       are enumerated above - loadExtras, loadAll etc. Only loadExtras,
       noImageData, noIncomplete and iconUnmask	are applicable to a frame,
       other govern the	loading	process. A codec may as	well define its	own
       parameters, however it is not possible to tell what parameter belongs
       to what group - this information	is to be found in codec	documentation;

       The parameters that applicable to any frame, can	be specified
       separately to every desirable frame in single call. For that purpose,
       parameter 'profiles' is defined.	'profiles' is expected to be an
       anonymous array of hashes, each hash where corresponds to a request
       number. Example:

	       $x-> load( $f, loadAll => 1, profiles =>	[
		    {loadExtras	=> 0},
		    {loadExtras	=> 1},

       First hash there	applies	to frame index 0, second - to frame index 1.
       Note that in code

	       $x-> load( $f,
		  map => [ 5, 10],
		  profiles => [
		    {loadExtras	=> 0},
		    {loadExtras	=> 1},

       first hash applies to frame index 5, and	second - to frame index	10.

   Null	load requests
       If it is	desired	to peek	into image, reading type and dimensions	only,
       one should set 'noImageData' boolean value to 1.	Using 'noImageData',
       empty objects with read type are	returned, and with extras 'width' and
       'height'	set to image dimensions. Example:

	       $x-> load( $f, noImageData => 1);
	       die "$@"	unless $x;
	       print $x-> {extras}-> {width} , 'x' , $x-> {extras}-> {height}, 'x',
		  $x-> type & im::BPP, "\n";

       Some information	about image can	be loaded even without frame loading -
       if the codec provides such a functionality. This	is the only request
       that cannot be issued on	a package:

	       $x-> load( $f, map => [], loadExtras => 1);

       Since no	frames are required to load, an	empty array is returned	upon
       success and an array with one undefined value on	failure.

   Using Prima::Image descendants
       If Prima	needs to create	a storage object, it is	by default
       Prima::Image, or	a class	name of	an caller object, or a package the
       request was issued on. This behavior can	be altered using parameter
       'className', which defines the class to be used for the frame.

	       my @x = Prima::Image-> load( $f,
		   map => [ 1..3],
		   className =>	'Prima::Icon',
		   profiles => [
		       { className => 'Prima::Image' },

       In this example @x will be ( Icon, Image, Icon) upon success.

       When loading to an Icon object, the default toolkit action is to	build
       the transparency	mask based on image data. When it is not the desired
       behavior, e.g., there is	no explicit knowledge of image,	but the	image
       may or may not contain transparency information,	"iconUnmask" boolean
       option can be used. When	set to a "true"	value, and the object is
       "Prima::Icon" descendant, "Prima::Icon::autoMasking" is set to
       "am::None" prior	to the file loading. By	default	this options is	turned

   Loading with	progress indicator
       Some codecs (PNG,TIFF,JPEG) can notify the caller as they read image
       data.  For this purpose,	"Prima::Image" has two events, "onHeaderReady"
       and "onDataReady". If either (or	both) are present on image object that
       is issuing load call, and the codec supports progressive	loading, these
       events are called.  "onHeaderReady" is called when image	header data is
       acquired, and empty image with the dimensions and pixel type is
       allocated. "onDataReady"	is called whenever a part of image is ready
       and is loaded in	the memory of the object; the position and dimensions
       of the loaded area is reported also. The	format of the events is:

	   onHeaderReady $OBJECT
	   onDataReady	 $OBJECT, $X, $Y, $WIDTH, $HEIGHT

       "onHeaderReady" is called only once, but	"onDataReady" is called	as
       soon as new image data is available. To reduce frequency	of these
       calls, that otherwise would be issued on	every scanline loaded, "load"
       has parameter "eventDelay", a number of seconds,	which limits event
       rate. The default "eventDelay" is 0.1 .

       The handling on "onDataReady" must be performed with care. First, the
       image must be accessed read-only, which means no	transformations	with
       image size and type are allowed.	Currently there	is no protection for
       such actions ( because codec must perform these ), so a crash will most
       surely issue.  Second, loading and saving of images is not in general
       reentrant, and although some codecs are reentrant, loading and saving
       images inside image events is not recommended.

       There are two techniques	to display partial image as it loads. All of
       these share overloading of "onHeaderReady" and "onDataReady". The
       simpler is to call "put_image" from inside "onDataReady":

	       $i = Prima::Image-> new(
		       onDataReady => sub {
			       $progress_widget-> put_image( 0,	0, $i);

       but that	will most probably loads heavily underlying OS-dependent
       conversion of image data	to native display bitmap data. A more smarter,
       but more	complex	solution is to copy loaded (and	only loaded) bits to a
       preexisting device bitmap:

	       $i = Prima::Image-> new(
		       onHeaderReady =>	sub {
			       $bitmap = Prima::DeviceBitmap-> new(
				       width	=> $i->	width,
				       height	=> $i->	height,
		       onDataReady => sub {
			       my ( $i,	$x, $y,	$w, $h)	= @_;
			       $bitmap-> put_image( $x,	$y, $i-> extract( $x, $y, $w, $h));

       The latter technique is used by "Prima::ImageViewer" when it is setup
       to monitor image	loading	progress. See "watch_load_progress" in
       Prima::ImageViewer for details.

   Truncated files
       By default, codecs are not specified whether they would fail on
       premature end of	file or	omit the error and return truncated image.
       "noIncomplete" boolean flag tells that a	codec must always fail if the
       image cannot be red in full. It is off by default. If indeed the	codec
       detected	that the file was incomplete, it sets "truncated" boolean flag
       in the "extras" profile,	if "loadExtras"	was requested.

   Simple saving
       Typical saving code will	be:

	  die "$@" unless $x-> save( 'filename.duf');

       Upon a single-frame invocation save returns 1 upon success an 0 on
       failure.	 Save requests also can	be performed with package syntax:

	  die "$@" unless Prima::Image-> save( 'filename.duf',
	      images =>	[ $x]);

   Saving to a stream
       Saving to a stream requires explicit "codecID" to be supplied. When an
       image is	loaded with "loadExtras", this field is	always present on the
       image object, and is an integer that selects image encoding format.

	  my @png_id =
	     map  { $_-> {codecID} }
	     grep { $_-> {fileShortType} =~ /^png$/i }
	     @{	Prima::Image-> codecs };
	  die "No png codec installed" unless @png_id;

	  open FILE, ">	a.png" or die "Cannot save:$!";
	  binmode FILE;
	  $image-> save( \*FILE, codecID => $png_id[0])
	     or	die "Cannot save:$@";

   Multiframe saving
       In multiframe invocation	save returns number of successfully saved
       frames.	File is	erased though, if error	occurred, even after some
       successfully written frames.

	   die "$@" if scalar(@images) > Prima::Image->	save( $f,
	      images =>	\@images);

   Saving extras information
       All information,	that is	found in object	hash reference 'extras', is
       assumed to be saved as an extra information. It is a codec's own
       business	how it reacts on invalid and/or	inacceptable information - but
       typical behavior	is that	keys that were not recognized by the codec
       just get	ignored, and invalid values raise an error.

	      $x-> {extras}-> {comments} = 'Created by Prima';
	      $x-> save( $f);

   Selecting a codec
       Extras field 'codecID', the same	one that is defined after load
       requests, selects explicitly a codec for	an image to handle. If the
       codec selected is incapable of saving an	error is returned. Selecting a
       codec is	only possible with the object-driven syntax, and this
       information is never extracted from objects but passed to 'images'
       array instead.

	      $x-> {extras}-> {codecID}	= 1;
	      $x-> save( $f);

       Actual correspondence between codecs and	their indices is described

       NB - if codecID is not given, codec is selected by the file extension.

   Type	conversion
       Codecs usually are incapable of saving images in	all formats, so	Prima
       either converts an image	to an appropriate format or signals an error.
       This behavior is	governed by profile key	'autoConvert', which is	1 by
       default.	'autoConvert' can be present in	image 'extras' structures.
       With autoConvert	set it is guaranteed that image	will be	saved, but
       original	image information may be lost. With autoConvert	unset, no
       information will	be lost, but Prima may signal an error.	Therefore
       general-purpose save routines should be planned carefully. As an
       example the Prima::ImageDialog::SaveImageDialog code might be useful.

       When the	conversion takes place,	Image property 'conversion' is used
       for selection of	an error distribution algorithm, if down-sampling is

   Appending frames to an existing file
       This functionality is under design, but the common outlines are already
       set.  Profile key 'append' ( 0 by default ) triggers this behavior - if
       it is set, then an append attempt is made.

Managing codecs
       Prima provides single function, Prima::Image-> codecs, which returns an
       anonymous array of hashes, where	every hash entry corresponds to	a
       registered codec. 'codecID' parameter on	load and save requests is
       actually	an index in this array.	Indexes	for a codecs registered	once
       never change, so	it is safe to manipulate these numbers within single
       program run.

       Codec information that is contained in these hashes is divided into
       following parameters:

	   Unique integer value	for a codec, same as index of the codec	entry
	   in results of "Prima::Image->codecs";

	   codec full name, string

	   codec vendor, string

       versionMajor and	versionMinor
	   usually underlying library versions,	integers

	   array of strings, with file extensions that are typical to a	codec.
	   example: ['tif', 'tiff']

	   Description of a type of a file, that codec is designed to work
	   with.  String.

	   Short description of	a type of a file, that codec is	designed to
	   work	with.  ( short means 3-4 characters ). String.

	   Array of strings, with some features	description that a codec
	   supports - usually codecs implement only a part of file format
	   specification, so it	is always interesting to know, what part it

       module and package
	   Specify a perl module, usually inside Prima/Image directory into
	   Prima distribution, and a package inside the	module.	The package
	   contains some specific functions for	work with codec-specific
	   parameters. Current implementation defines only ::save_dialog()
	   function, that returns a dialog that	allows to change these
	   parameters. See Prima::ImageDialog::SaveImageDialog for details.
	   Strings, undefined if empty.

	   1 if	a codec	can load images, 0 if not

	   1 if	a codec	can load images	from streams, 0	otherwise

	   1 if	a codec	can handle multiframe load requests and	load frames
	   with	index more than	zero. 0	if not.

	   1 if	a codec	can save images, 0 if not.

	   1 if	a codec	can save images	to streams, 0 otherwise

	   Set if a codec can save more	that one frame

	   Set if a codec can append frames to an exising file

	   Array of integers - each is a combination of	im:: flags, an image
	   type, which a codec is capable of saving. First type	in list	is a
	   default one;	if image type that to be saved is not in that list,
	   the image will be converted to this default type.

	   Hash, where keys are	those that are accepted	by Prima::Image->
	   load, and values are	default	values for these keys.

	   Array of strings, each of those is a	name of	extra information
	   entry in 'extras' hash.

	   Hash, where keys are	those that are accepted	by Prima::Image->
	   save, and values are	default	values for these keys.

       This section describes parameters accepted and data returned by

       Loading parameters

       className STRING
	   When	loading	more than one image, this string is used to create
	   instances of	image containers. By default the calling class is used
	   (i.e. "Prima::Image"	or "Prima::Icon").

       eventDelay INT
	   Specifies "onDataReady" event granularity in	microseconds, if image
	   codec is capable of triggering this event.

	   Default: 100

       iconUnmask BOOL
	   If set, "Prima::Icon::autoMasking" is set to	"am::None" prior to
	   the file loading.

	   Default: false. Only	actual for "Prima::Icon" loading.

       index INT
	   When	loading	from a multiframe file,	selects	the frame index	to

	   Default: 0

       map [INT]
	   When	loading	from a multiframe file,	selects	set of frame indexes
	   to load.

	   Default: undef

       loadExtras BOOL
	   If set, all available extra information will	be stored in
	   "{extras}" hash on the loaded object.

	   Default: false

       loadAll BOOL
	   When	loading	from a multiframe file,	selects	that all frames	are to
	   be loaded

	   Default: false

       noImageData BOOL
	   When	set, neither image data	is not loaded, nor image dimensions
	   are changed (newly created images have size of 1x1).	Instead,
	   "{extras}" contains "width" and "height" integers.

	   Default: false

       noIncomplete BOOL
	   Affects the action when image is incomplete,	truncated, etc.	 If
	   set,	signals	an error. Otherwise no error is	signalled and whatever
	   data	could be recovered from	the image are returned,	and
	   "truncated" flag is set.

	   Default: false

       profiles	[HASH]
	   Array of hashes passed down to each frame in	multiframe loads. Each
	   frame load request will be passed an	individual hash, a result of
	   hash	join of	all profiles passed to "Image::load" and the nth hash
	   in the array.

       wantFrames BOOL
	   Affects how the number of frames in a file is reported in "frames"
	   flag. If set, always	scans the file for exact number. Otherwise it
	   is up to the	codec to do that.

	   Default: false

	   See also: frames.

       Load output

       codecID INT
	   Indicates the internal codec	ID used	to load	the image. Can be used
	   for "Image::save".

       frames INT
	   If set to a positive	integer, indicates number of frames in a file.
	   Otherwise signals that there	are frames, but	codec needs an
	   expensive scan to calculate the frames (and "wantFrames" set).

       height INT
	   When	"noImageData" is in action, contains image height.

       truncated BOOL
	   When	"noIncomplete" is in action, is	set if image was truncated.

       width INT
	   When	"noImageData" is in action, contains image width.

       Saving parameters

       autoConvert BOOL
	   Affects the action when image cannot	be stored in file format in
	   its existing	pixel format.  If set, the system tries	to convert
	   image into a	pixel format understood	by the selected	codec. Fails

	   Default: true

       codecID INT
	   Overrides codec selection based on filename extension.

	   Default: undef

   BMP codec
       BMP, the	bitmap codec is	not depended on	external libraries and is
       always available.

       BitDepth	INT
	   Original bit	depth, may differ from "Image::bpp".

	   Not valid as	a saving parameter.

       Compression STRING
	   Bitmap compressing method.

	   Not valid as	a saving parameter.

       HotSpotX, HotSpotY INT
	   If loading from cursor file,	contains pointer hotspot coordinates

       ImportantColors INT
	   Minimal number of colors needed to display the image

       OS2 BOOL
	   Set when loading OS/2 bitmap

       XResolution, YResolution	INT
	   Image resolution in PPM

   X11 codec
       X11, the	X Consortium data file codec may depend	on external libraries,
       but is implement	internally if these are	not found, and is thus always

       hotSpotX, hotSpotY INT
	   Contains pointer hotspot coordinates, if any

   XPM codec
       extensions HASH
	   Set of xpm-specific extension strings. Cannot be used for saving.

       hintsComment, colorsComment, pixelsComment STRING
	   Contains comments to	different sections

       hotSpotX, hotSpotY INT
	   Contains pointer hotspot coordinates

       transparentColors [COLOR]
	   Array or transparent	colors.	Cannot be used for saving.

   JPEG	codec
       Load parameteres

       exifTransform none|auto|wipe
	   If set to "auto" or "wipe", tries to	detect whether there is	are
	   any exif tags hinting that the image	has to be rotated and/or
	   mirrored. If	found, applies the transformation accordingly.

	   When	set to "wipe", in addition to that, removes the	exif tags so
	   that	subsequent image save won't result in transformed images with
	   exifs tags still present.

	   This	parameter requires "loadExtras"	flag set, because exif tags
	   are stored in extra JPEG data.

       Load output and save input

       appdata [STRING]
	   Array of raw	binary strings found in	extra JPEG data.

       comment STRING
	   Any comment text found in file.

       progressive BOOL
	   If set, produces a progressively encoded JPEG file.

	   Default: 0

	   Only	used for saving.

       quality INT
	   JPEG	quality, 1-100.

	   Default: 75

	   Only	used for saving.

   PNG codec
       Load input

       background COLOR
	   When	PNG file contains alpha	channel, and "alpha" is	set to
	   "blend", this color is used to blend	the background.	If set to
	   "clInvalid",	default	PNG library background color is	used.

	   Default: clInvalid

	   Not applicable "Prima::Icon".

       blending	BOOLEAN	= 1
	   Affects how to treat	aplha channel bits, if any.

	   If set, mixes the alpha channel with	"background" color in case if
	   loading to an image,	or premultiplies color bits (either data or
	   palette) with alpha,	if loading to icon. Note that saving back the
	   object will result in different image, but the object is ready to
	   be displayed	immediately.

	   If unset, color and eventual	alpha bits, if loaded to an icon, will
	   not be affected in any way. Note that saving	back the object	will
	   result in the same image, but the object is not ready to be
	   displayed immediately. See also: "premultiply_alpha"	in

       gamma REAL
	   Override gamma value	applied	to the loaded image

	   Default: 0.45455

       screen_gamma REAL
	   Current gamma value for the operating system, if specified.

	   Default: 2.2

       Load output and save input

       background COLOR
	   Default PNG library background color

	   Default: clInvalid, which means PNG library default

       gamma REAL
	   Gamma value found in	file.

	   Default: 0.45455

       iccp_name, iccp_profile STRING
	   Embedded ICC	color profiles in raw format

	   Default: "unspecified" and "".

       interlaced BOOL
	   If set, PNG file is interlaced

	   Default: 0

       mng_datastream BOOL
	   If set, file	contains a MNG datastream

	   Default: 0

       offset_x, offset_y INT
	   Positive offset from	the left edge of the screen to offset_x	and
	   the positive	offset from the	left edge of the screen	to offset_y

	   Default: 0

       offset_dimension	pixel|micrometer
	   Offset units

	   Default: pixel

       render_intent none|saturation|perceptual|relative|absolute
	   See PNG docs.

	   Default: none

       resolution_x, resolution_y INT
	   Image resolution

	   Default: 0

       resolution_dimension meter|unknown
	   Image resolution units

	   Default: meter

       scale_x,	scale_y
	   Image scale factors

	   Default: 1

       scale_unit meter|radian|unknown
	   Image scale factor units

	   Default: unknown

       text HASH
	   Free-text comments found in the file

	   Default: "{}"

       transparent_colors [COLOR], transparency_table [INT]
	   When	image contains transparent colors, returns either array	of
	   palette indexes ("transparency_table") in 0-255 range, for paletted
	   images. Or an array of colors in RGB	form for 24-bit	images

	   Not applicable for save.

	   Note: support for transparency is not symmetric; codec cannot
	   automatically save the transparency info read from PNG files. See
	   "transparent_color" and "transparent_color_index" for manual	save
	   of one transparent color.

       transparent_color COLOR
	   One transparent color value for 24-bit PNG images.

	   Default value: clInvalid (i.e. none)

	   Not applicable for load.

       transparent_color_index INT
	   One transparent color value,	as palette index for 8-	or less- bit
	   PNG images.

	   Default value: -1 (i.e. none)

	   Not applicable for load.

   TIFF	codec
       Load input

       MinIsWhite BOOL
	   Automatically invert	"PHOTOMETRIC_MINISWHITE" images

	   Default: 1

       Fax BOOL
	   If set, converts 1-bit grayscale with ratio 2:1 into	2-bit
	   grayscale (alglorithm also known as faxpect).

	   Default: 0

       Load output

       Photometric STRING
	   TIFF	"PHOTOMETRIC_XXX" constant. One	of:


       BitsPerSample INT
	   Bits	used to	represent a single sample, 1-64

       SamplesPerPixel INT
	   Number of samples per pixel,	1-4. F.ex. most	images have 1 sample.
	   Planar TIFFs	may split low and high bytes in	2 samples.  RGB	has 3
	   samples, YCbCr and RGBA has 4.

       PlanarConfig contiguous|separate
	   "separate" images split individual samples or components (f.ex. R
	   and G and B)	into individual	planes.	"contiguous" mix sample	bytes
	   one after another.

       SampleFormat STRING
	   Pixel sample	format,	one of:

	     unsigned integer
	     signed integer
	     floating point
	     untyped data
	     complex signed int
	     complex floating point

       Tiled BOOL
	   If set, TIFF	is tiled

       Faxpect BOOL
	   When	"Fax" option set set to	"true",	and indeed the image was
	   converted from 1 to 2 bits, this parameter will be set to signal

       CompressionType STRING
	   Compression algorithm used for reading TIFF.	One of:


       Save input

       Compression STRING
	   Same	values as in "CompressionType".	Different names	are used to
	   avoid implicit but impossible compression selection,	because
	   tibtiff can decompress many types, but compress only	a few.

       Load output and save input

       generic strings
	   The following keys have no specific meanings	for Prima, but are
	   both	recognized for loading and saving:


       PageNumber, PageNumber2 INT
	   Default: 1

       ResolutionUnit inch|centimeter|none
	   Default: none

	   Default: Prima

       XPosition, YPosition INT
	   Default: 0

       XResolution, YResolution	INT
	   Default: 1200

   GIF codec
       For GIF animation see Prima::Image::AnimateGIF.

       The following load output and save input	keys are recognized:

       comment STRING
	   GIF comment text

       delayTime INT
	   Delay in hundredth of a second between frames

	   Default: 1

       disposalMethod INT
	   Animation frame disposal method

	     DISPOSE_NOT_SPECIFIED    =	0; # Leave frame, let new frame	draw on	top
	     DISPOSE_KEEP	      =	1; # Leave frame, let new frame	draw on	top
	     DISPOSE_CLEAR	      =	2; # Clear the frame's area, revealing bg
	     DISPOSE_RESTORE_PREVIOUS =	3; # Restore the previous (composited) frame

	   Default: 0

       interlaced BOOL
	   If set, GIF is interlaced

	   Default: 0

       left, top INT
	   Frame offset	in pixels

	   Default: 0

       loopCount INT
	   How many times the GIF animation loops. 0 means indefinite.

	   Default: 1

       screenBackGroundColor COLOR
	   GIF screen background color

	   Default: 0

       screenColorResolution INT
	   Default: 256

       screenWidth, screenHeight INT
	   Default: -1,	i.e. use image width and height

       screenPalette [INT]
	   Default: 0,0,0,255,255,255

       transparentColorIndex INT
	   Index of GIF	transparent color

	   Default: 0

       userInput INT
	   User	input flag

	   Default: 0

       Dmitry Karasik, <>.

       Prima, Prima::Image, Prima::codecs

perl v5.24.1			  2017-02-28	     pod::Prima::image-load(3)

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