One of the projects I am working on involves displaying a respectable number of various images throughout the lifetime of the application. It is cumbersome to have to load each image into the online image converter and generate a C array. Is there a way to convert more than one image at a time using the LVGL Image Converter on the website? If not, I could see it being helpful for users to have a way to convert more than one image at a time using the online image converter or a local solution.
The image converter can already be used offline: https://github.com/littlevgl/lv_utils#run-the-image-converter-offline
You should be able to write a script that invokes it repeatedly to convert the images.
Thank you for pointing me to what I needed
When i using https://github.com/lvgl/lv_utils#run-the-image-converter-offline to convert 160X160 bmp
color = index_2 format =binary.
the 2 results are very different, one is 6420 byte ( 332,565 etc. no matter what is format , binary are same )
color = index_2
while https://lvgl.io/tools/imageconverter = 3213 byte size
git= 6420 byte size
What is different between them 3213 vs 6420
In 3213 byte size, head =12 , body = 160*160/8 , end =1 “0A” as ending. What is the head of 12 bytes?