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 Convert image to RGBA for libnx 
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I want to convert a jpeg to rgba for libnx but i have a bug...

I'm on Windows 10 64bits, i have test with ImageMagick "magick convert image.jpg image.rgba", next step rename image.rgba to image.bin, but the display is bad...
I've test with imagemagick Q16-x64-dll & Q8-x64-dll but same result...

What is the good way for convert image for libnx ?

#include <string.h>
#include <stdio.h>
#include <switch.h>

#include "image_bin.h"//Your own raw RGB888 1280x720 image at "data/image.bin" is required.

//See also libnx gfx.h.

int main(int argc, char **argv)
   u32* framebuf;
   u32  cnt=0;
   u8*  imageptr = (u8*)image_bin;

   //Enable max-1080p support. Remove for 720p-only resolution.


   //Set current resolution automatically depending on current/changed OperationMode. Only use this when using gfxInitResolution*().

      //Scan all the inputs. This should be done once for each frame

      //hidKeysDown returns information about which buttons have been just pressed (and they weren't in the previous frame)
      u32 kDown = hidKeysDown(CONTROLLER_P1_AUTO);

      if (kDown & KEY_PLUS) break; // break in order to return to hbmenu

      u32 width, height;
      u32 pos;
      framebuf = (u32*) gfxGetFramebuffer((u32*)&width, (u32*)&height);


      //Each pixel is 4-bytes due to RGBA8888.
      u32 x, y;
      for (y=0; y<height; y++)//Access the buffer linearly.
         for (x=0; x<width; x++)
            pos = y * width + x;
            framebuf[pos] = RGBA8_MAXALPHA(imageptr[pos*3+0], imageptr[pos*3+1], imageptr[pos*3+2]);


   return 0;

The code is same of example without #ifdef DISPLAY_IMAGE and Fade Grey.

Thank you.

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