> > Perhaps He was thinking of 32 bit palette (true color) ?!
> "True colour" isn't 32-bit. It's 24-bit direct RGB (16.7 million colours). If you
> have a 30-bit monitor, applications that take advantage of it work by uploading
> 48-bit OpenGL textures (16-bits per channel, the GPU drops the low six bits on each
> channel bringing it down to 10 bits per channel, or 30 bits per pixel>
Isn't 24-bit truecolor and an 8-bit alpha channel called 32-bit truecolor on Windows? Edit: nevermind haze answered it already
Edited by RdW (04/10/17 03:09 PM)