bitmap file


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bitmap file

(1) See BMP.

(2) A file that contains an image in one of various bitmapped graphics formats such as JPEG, GIF, TIFF and BMP. See bitmapped graphics.
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Each bitmap file contains a bitmap-file header, a bitmap-information header, a color table, and an array of bytes that defines the bitmap bits.
When finished, you can print it out or save it as a PDF or bitmap file.
One option is to replace the default SFX logo by a custom bitmap file.
I was told it would be quicker to send photos using JPEG, as it takes longer to send a TIFF or bitmap file.
When I try to open this file I get the warning: this is not a bitmap file or its format is not currently supported".
Images can be saved in TIFF, JPEG, Targa or Bitmap file formats and are connected to a PC via FireWire.
Save the file anywhere on your hard disk, but make sure you save it as a Windows bitmap file (its name will end with '.
Its rules processing now includes day parting, which allows marketers to deliver different content based on the time of day -- down to the minute if desired -- and smartcodes can now be generated in Encapsulated Post Script (EPS) as well as PNG, TIFF and Bitmap file formats for maximum flexibility in artwork and production finishing applications;
bmp is not a bitmap file, but a regular ZIP archive containing three non-malicious files (ReadMe.
Exploitable via an unchecked buffer in Windows Media Player that allows a malicious bitmap file (BMP) to be used to execute commands on a remote system, in the context of a logged-in user.
HTML Export is a powerful Application Programming Interface (API) that lets software developers translate any supported word processor, spreadsheet, presentation, drawing or bitmap file into high-quality HTML and other related Web graphics formats.
The vulnerability exists due to an unchecked buffer in Windows Media Player that allows a malicious bitmap file (BMP) to be used to execute commands on a remote system, in the context of a logged-in user.