The FLI program MCS not only stores picture files, but also data files from which it is able to render a new image. The structure of a data file is completely different from a picture's structure. As a matter of fact, it contains the levels of the fractal formula coded into 8 bit values, from where the fractal picture arises. Over and above, you will find the association between level and color, and further data. GoDot will reconstruct the original picture from these data.

MCS pictures mustn't by no means exclusively be fractals, because GoDot can also transform quite normal pictures to MCS format. Belonging to MCS, there's an image player program to be found on the full version disk of GoDot.

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