We support a variety of ASCII options.
- The output resolution is a the bounding box of the new ASCII image. We try not to tear up your image or clip it, so we do our best to fit it in the bounding box. Usually, the higher the resolution, the better the result.
- The font color has three settings.
- Color: This tries to make your image in full colored ASCII. This usually gives the nicests results. Try with a black or white background. If your image has a lot of dark tones, we recommend a white background, otherwise a black one
- Black: Generates a regular black font ASCII image. This looks nice on a white background
- White: Generates a fancy white font ASCII image. This looks nice on black backgrounds
- The background color has two settings.
- Black: Use a black background. Suitable for white and color fonts
- White: Use a white background. Suitable for black and color fonts
- You can also negate the original image. This makes a negative of the image before actually converting it to ASCII, for some really neat effects.