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File Format. Graphics file Format GIF (Graphics Interchange Format) JPEG (Joint Photographic Experts Group) PNG (Portable Network Graphics) TIFF (Tag

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  • File Format

  • Graphics file Format

  • Graphics file Format

    GIF (Graphics Interchange Format)JPEG (Joint Photographic Experts Group)PNG (Portable Network Graphics)TIFF (Tag Image File format)BMP (Bitmap)

  • Graphic file Format

    GIF (Graphics Interchange Format)cross-platform compatibilitydeveloped by CompuServe as a common format for exchanging bitmapped images between different platformsuses a lossless compression techniquerestricted to 256 coloursnot suitable for photographic images

  • Graphic file Format

    JPEG (Joint Photographic Experts Group)JPEG is a compression techniqueJoint Photographic Experts Group developed the compression techniqueJPEG file is used to refer to what are correctly called - JPEG File Interchange Format (JFIF).

  • Graphic file Format

    PNG (Portable Network Graphics)widely supported on the webdevised to supersede GIFsGIF compression algorithm patented by Unisysit is also lossless techniquenot restricted to 256 coloursspecification published in 1996 by W3Chttp://www.libpng.org/pub/png/

  • Graphic file Format

    TIFF (Tag Image File format)not for websupported by most painting programscan not be read by other programsnatively supported by Windows as is BMP.

  • Graphic file Format

    BMP (Bitmap)not for webMicrosoft Windows Bitmap format

  • Vector Graphics file Format

    PostScriptEPS (Encapsulated PostScript)SVGSWF (Shock Wave File)

  • Vector Graphics file Format

    PostScriptdeveloped by Adobe in mid 80sprogramming language with built-in graphic capabilitiespage layout language rather than single image language

  • Vector Graphic file Format

    EPSEncapsulated PostScriptmost widely used vector graphics formatbut a full PostScript interpreter is required to display EPS images

  • Vector Graphic file Format

    SVGby W3C in 1999defined in XML (extensible Markup Language)SVG is a derivative of PostScripteasier to implementcompact

  • Vector Graphic file Format

    SWFby Macromedia in 1999for vector animations using Flashis in wide use for vector imageshighly compact formatcan be rendered very quickly

  • Sound file Format

  • Sound file Format

    AIFF - for MacOSWAV (or Wave) - for windowsAU - for Unix

    WAV is the Audio WAVeform file format

    MP3 - MPEG-1 Audio Layer-3

  • Sound file Format

    Video and other multimedia formats can also accommodate sound.QuickTime and AVI files.SWF (Flash) files can also be used to store sound.

    QuickTime supports AIFF, WAV, AU, and MP3 file formats.

  • Sound file Format

    MIDIMusical Instruments digital Interface

  • Sound and Picture file Format

  • Sound and Picture file Format

    AVIAVI stands for Audio and Video Interleaved

  • Sound and Picture file Format

    MOVmovie objectfile format for QuickTime by apple in 1991

  • Video file Format Links

    http://www.uwm.edu/People/price/video_file_format_comparison.htmlhttp://www.wikipedia.org/wiki/Video_file_formatshttp://www.geocities.com/cplarosa/video/vconvert.htmhttp://www.pbs.org/opb/crashcourse/digital_v_analog/mpeg2.html

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