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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Post-processing may be necessary to ensure the bitmap file to the printer provides complete coverage.
The selected carrier is bitmap file, in the given example.
The stored procedure is as follows: first, create a blank bitmap file in accordance with DC and generate a conformable memory space; second, copy information materials from computer screen to DC memory space through WindowsAPI function; Third, release information from the DC memory space and capture screen images.
The 3-D display also can be exported into a high-resolution bitmap file.
The Dot system includes proprietary software to create the image as a bitmap file which is read by the printing program.
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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. It is now possible to specify user defined SFX icons larger than 32x32 and with any color depth.
The ability to superimpose Gerber data, assembly drawings and scanned images of boards (as a bitmap file) on the programmed board helps verify component definition, placement angles and centroid data.
I was told it would be quicker to send photos using JPEG, as it takes longer to send a TIFF or bitmap file.
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