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Portable Network Graphic (.png) This format is often used for graphics on the World Wide Web. It can support up to 32-bit color as well as effects such as transparency. It is the native file format for Macromedis's Fireworks MX graphics program.
Joint Photographic Experts Group (.jpg or .jpeg) This format is used for pphotographs and other high-color images. It supports millions of colors and can be colors and can be compressed. It does not support transparency.
Graphics Interchange Format (.gif) GIF files are popular for use on the World Wide Web. They can contain up to 256 colors. They are used for cartoons, logos, graphics with transparent areas, and animations.
Bitmap (.bmp) BMP is the Microsoft graphics file format and is used frequently for bitmap images.
Wireless Bitmap (.wbmp) The Wireless Bitmap format is used for displayed images on Wireless Application Protocol (WAP) pages on mobile devices such as personla digital assistants (PDAs). It uses a 1-bit format, so it can display only two colors- black and white.
Tagged Image File Format (.tif or tiff) TIFF files are used for storing bitmap images. This format is commonly used in desktip publishing and other multimedia applications.
PICT PICT is the file format used by programs that run on Apple Macintosh computers.
Photoshop (.psd) PSD is the file format used by the Adobe Photoshop graphics program.
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