FinePrint (Amiga, 3 1/2" Disk) DesignLab - 1990 USA, Canada Release
|Media||3 1/2" Disk|
|Category(s)||Utilities, Printing Utilities|
|Country of Origin||United States of America|
Description from the packaging.
FinePrint brings out the detail.
FinePrint is a multiple shade-of-gray printing program for the Amiga computer. FinePrint lets you use a dot matrix printer to print images with true shades of gray. Normal Amiga graphic printouts use dot patterns to simulate shades of gray. This reduces the resolution and quality of the print. They can't reproduce highly detailed images properly. FinePrint can. FinePrint uses a special technique to actually build up ink on every dot in the print. Using a worn out ribbon on your printer, FinePrint can get almost photographic quality prints. Perfect for digitized video images or detailed paint program images.
FinePrint is mouse driven and very easy to use. It can print any IFF file having up to 32 colors (it prints them in black and white). It can make postage stamp sized prints, or mural sized prints. FinePrint has a special averaging mode for large prints to improve the print quality.
FinePrint does not work with laser, ink jet, or thermal printers.