|License:||Free to try|
|Op. System:||Windows 7/Vista/XP|
|File size:||413 KB|
Publisher description for Alphabix
Alphabix can convert any True Type, Open Type and Type 1 font installed on your system. You can set the character range (which characters you would like to convert), the character set, the size, colour,Border size and border colour. Replace characters by pictures Any character can be replaced by any PNG, BMP, GIF, TIF or JPG picture. ALPHA channels are correctly imported. Bitmap fonts are full colour Vector fonts like True Type (TTF) do not contain any colour information. Bitmap fonts are full colour. Bitmap fonts are highly detailed Complex shapes are difficult to vectorize and expensive to render. Bitmap fonts can handle small Details much more efficiently. Bitmap fonts are fast BluffTitler renders every character of a bitmap font as a single texturemapped rectangle (2 triangles). A vector font, depending on the shape of the character, is built out of hundreds of triangles. Bitmap fonts are easy to design If you know how to draw a picture in a paint application you can design your own bitmap font. This is a screenshot of Adobe Photoshop Elements. Bitmap fonts are always antialiased Even on older graphics cards that do not feature good quality hardware antialiasing, bitmap fonts are antialiased because the texture file created by Alphabix is perfectly antialiased. Bitmap fonts do not scale A disadvantage of bitmap fonts is that they do not scale. The edge of a vector font stays razor sharp, no matter how close you zoom in. However, when zooming in on a bitmap font, the individual pixels become visible. Export to BluffTitler Bitmap fonts created by Alphabix can be used by the text and scroller layers of BluffTitler. Press the Select Bitmap Font... button in the font dialog() to select a bitmap font.