Instruction: 1) Enter input text 2) Select conversion option. Click "Use" to copy result text to input field.
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n=012345678910111213141516171819202122232425 <<>>
Trick: to find the ROT index that shifts letter G to letter X, click G in row 2, then click X in row 3
n=012345678910111213141516171819202122232425262728293031323334353637383940414243444546 <<>>
Submit delimited list of pixel bytes. Resulting file is a single plane greyscale PNG. (eg: 255,0,255,0,255,0,0,255,0 with width 3)
Generate PNG:Pixel width:from HEXfrom Decimal
Submit a valid PNG to separate RGBA color channels: data returned will be displayed as base64 to preserve memory; decrypt to see data, first to last pixel as byte list.
NOTE: Separation may take some time for medium to large PNG files. MAX File size: 1MB
Split RGBA channels (to base64)File: Upload
[A]lpha channel problematic.
(under construction)

Image info:
Stringto HEXHEXto String/2Collate: to FileRot-N: From N: Reverse
Decimalto HEXHEXto Decimal
Bytes:Every nth: by Calendar
Stringto BinaryBinaryto Stringto Hex
Decimalto Binary8bitBinaryto Decimal
Apply a bit-wise function to the INPUT value, filtered by the value in the input box directly above. ONLY 0s and 1s will be tested. (NOT only inverts INPUT binary)
ASCII / Alphanum
Stringto ASCII ASCIIto String Character:Every nth: by Calendar
Stringto Alpha Alphato String
Morse Code
EncodeDecode Analyze (ltd)Analyze (full)Ref sheet dit=[.] dah=[-] word=[/] char delim=[ ]
Stringto Base64HEXto Base64Base64to Stringto Fileto Hex
Convert file (to base64)File: Upload
File info:
Pattern Recognition
Locate common sequences and patterns in byte data (base 256) to identify possible "rot"d data types. (eg, locate "PNG", "JFIF", "RIFF"). Click on any hilited match to de-rot and use.
Source: Find: Output: Byte Rot: << 0 >>
Bit Planes
Separate byte data to 8 bit planes
from Hex from Text from Binary from Numerals
[7] MSB
[0] LSB

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