image file


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image file

(1) A file that contains graphics data; for example, a GIF or PNG file. See graphics formats.

(2) A file that is copied to a hard disk, CD, DVD or BD bit for bit. See disk image and ISO image.
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During this part of the operation, the boot diskette will cause each of the target PCs to attach to the network server, map a drive letter to the location where the image file is located, and map a drive letter to the location where the cloning programs are located.
Digital artists uninterested in darkroom work can use the same computer procedures to produce an image file, turn it over to a pro lab or service bureau to create a negative using an image setter, and have multiples printed of the resulting negative as silver-halide positive originals.
are endorsing Exchangeable Image File Format 2.2 (Exif Print), which is an internationally supported, open standard file format that enables users to capture and display digital images with accurate colors.
The hack works by sending an image file through the phone line - or a file that the fax machine thinks is an image file - and that is coded to contain malicious software.
If there is a .png image file that seems unrelated to the download, it's best to steer clear.
Very recently, it was reported that a piece of malware was spreading on Facebook, which exploited an image file to install malware.
9 enables secure viewing and sharing virtually every document or image file type on almost any user device, including desktop and mobile, without the need to download or install external players, plug-ins or apps.
Microsoft said that the flaw lies in the handling of the Tagged Image File Format (TIFF) image files by a graphics processing component in the affected software versions.
Descriptive information same as all other meta data can be stored separately and can be contained within the photo image file format itself.
Geological Survey to determine the proper format for the digital image file.
It works with any scanner or image file, and can be used to digitize journal graphs, strip chart output, old graphs or any other hardcopy graph.