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graphics format

The file structure of a bitmapped image or a vector graphics image. For a list of formats, see graphics formats. To understand the difference between the two types, see graphics.
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DALLAS -- Revolutionizing the design of display devices, Texas Instruments Incorporated (TI) introduces the industry's first all-format digital video decoder that enables PC graphics formats and standard and high-definition video formats in display applications.
It supports native layered Adobe Photoshop and Illustrator files and also offers output options to a range of graphics formats such as GIF, JPEG and SWF.
Features include support for a wide range of graphics formats - GIF, JPEG, PNG, Adobe Photoshop and Flash - and an ability to import entire compositions from Adobe's Illustrator and Photoshop products natively while preserving layers.
But most of the film is devoted to the field's development over a few decades of time, so what once were revolutionary new visions now are low-resolution vector drawings up-converted to high-definition TV from ancient, often fuzzy graphics formats.
One area of this battlefield which I encounter daily is that of graphics formats which are used to move drawings, bidding packages, and product artwork via e-mail.
When someone else does a review, they seem to encounter a whole new set of graphics formats.
ImageStream 97 enhances the existing 13 supported graphics formats in Microsoft Office and adds support for 22 additional popular graphics formats, virtually eliminating graphics file incompatibility problems.
The Print Pack is compatible with all Macintosh font formats -- bitmap, TrueType and Adobe's Type 1 -- and Macintosh graphics formats -- bitmap, PICT and TIFF.
WIM also supports a wide variety of graphics formats including ZSoft's PCX, TIF (uncompressed, huffman, packbits, FAX, and LZW compression), Windows BMP, CompuServe GIF, and TrueVision Targa (TGA) files.