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Subject:File formats From:Doug Montalbano <Doug_Montalbano -at- CC -dot- CHIRON -dot- COM> Date:Thu, 21 May 1998 11:08:39 -0700
OBdisclaimer about receiving List in Digest form
One place to start would be
Brian's (brian -at- bloomington -dot- in -dot- us) list of many of the most common
image file formats. "Since there are literally hundreds of various
image file formats out there, this file doesn't pretend to list ALL of
them," sez he. This page also contains information about what
conversion filters support each format. He lists image, 3-D, and movie
Point your browser to http://www.octobernet.com/~brian/graphics/image.formats.html
Another page containing 2D Bitmap Specifications, 3D Geometry &
Animation Specifications, and Utils, Info, Source, FAQs and URLs is at http://www.dcs.ed.ac.uk/~mxr/gfx