1. Drop an image file into the box below to load its palette.
3. Drop it into Photoshop; done! Go make some art.
This handy utility turns an image file into a swatches file for easy Photoshop import. In other words, it picks out all the unique RGB colors so you can use them in your own art.
It's a file for Photoshop that contains the info for the swatches. You can either double-click the file or drag-and-drop it into Photoshop to load the swatches into the swatches panel. (Note: I've only tested Photoshop CS4.)
Lots! I've tested PNG, GIF, BMP, JPG, TIFF, and even PSD files, but feel free to try others. (For certain formats, the preview won't load, but the .ase file should still work!) The only hard limitations are on the size of the file – ~0.5 MB, I do have to pay for bandwidth – and the number of colors – 256, would you want a palette with more than 256 colors in it anyway?
GIMP has this built in.
I do not store or view any uploaded images. I don't have that much time on my hands. I will store usage statistics, which may include IP addresses, timestamps, request sizes, and anything that Google Analytics would normally capture.
Cool, thanks! Let me know by email and please provide as much info as you can, including the image you were trying to upload, and which browser you were using. I use Gmail: javadocmd
That's not a question, Professor! But I'll let you judge for yourself.