ImageFileType Fields

The ImageFileType type exposes the following members.

Fields
  NameDescription
Public fieldStatic memberAi
AI, Adobe Illustrator Artwork, represents single-page vector-based drawings in either the EPS or PDF formats.
Public fieldStatic memberBmp
BMP represent Bitmap Image files that are used to store bitmap digital images. These images are independent of graphics adapter and are also called device independent bitmap (DIB) file format. Learn more about this file format here.
Public fieldStatic memberCdr
A CDR file is a vector drawing image file that is natively created with CorelDRAW for storing digital image encoded and compressed. Such a drawing file contains text, lines, shapes, images, colours and effects for vector representation of image contents. Learn more about this file format here.
Public fieldStatic memberCgm
Computer Graphics Metafile (CGM) is free, platform-independent, international standard metafile format for storing and exchanging of vector graphics (2D), raster graphics, and text. CGM uses object-oriented approach and many function provisions for image production. Learn more about this file format here.
Public fieldStatic memberCmx
Files with CMX extension are Corel Exchange image file format that is used as presentation by CorelSuite applications. Learn more about this file format here.
Public fieldStatic memberDcm
Files with .DCM extension represent digital image which stores medical information of patients such as MRIs, CT scans and ultrasound images. Learn more about this file format here.
Public fieldStatic memberDib
DIB (Device Independent Bitmap) file is a raster image file that is similar in structure to the standard Bitmap files (BMP) but has a different header. Learn more about this file format here.
Public fieldStatic memberDjVu
DjVu is a graphics file format intended for scanned documents and books especially those which contain the combination of text, drawings, images and photographs. Learn more about this file format here.
Public fieldStatic memberDng
DNG is a digital camera image format used for the storage of raw files. It has been developed by Adobe in September 2004. It was basically developed for digital photography. Learn more about this file format here.
Public fieldStatic memberEmf
Enhanced metafile format (EMF) stores graphical images device-independently. Metafiles of EMF comprises of variable-length records in chronological order that can render the stored image after parsing on any output device. Learn more about this file format here.
Public fieldStatic memberEmz
An EMZ file is actually a compressed version of a Microsoft EMF file. This allows for easier distribution of the file online. When an EMF file is compressed using the .GZIP compression algorithm, it is then given the .emz file extension.
Public fieldStatic memberEps
Files with EPS extension essentially describe an Encapsulated PostScript language program that describes the appearance of a single page. Learn more about this file format here.
Public fieldStatic memberGif
A GIF or Graphical Interchange Format is a type of highly compressed image. For each image GIF typically allow up to 8 bits per pixel and up to 256 colours are allowed across the image. Learn more about this file format here.
Public fieldStatic memberIco
Files with ICO extension are image file types used as icon for representation of an application on Microsoft Windows. Learn more about this file format here.
Public fieldStatic memberJ2c
J2c document format
Public fieldStatic memberJ2k
J2K file is an image that is compressed using the wavelet compression instead of DCT compression. Learn more about this file format here.
Public fieldStatic memberJls
Jls document format
Public fieldStatic memberJp2
JPEG 2000 (JP2) is an image coding system and state-of-the-art image compression standard. Learn more about this file format here.
Public fieldStatic memberJpc
Jpc document format
Public fieldStatic memberJpeg
A JPEG is a type of image format that is saved using the method of lossy compression. The output image, as result of compression, is a trade-off between storage size and image quality. Learn more about this file format here.
Public fieldStatic memberJpf
Jpf document format
Public fieldStatic memberJpg
A JPG is a type of image format that is saved using the method of lossy compression. The output image, as result of compression, is a trade-off between storage size and image quality. Learn more about this file format here.
Public fieldStatic memberJpm
Jpm document format
Public fieldStatic memberJpx
Jpx document format
Public fieldStatic memberOdg
The ODG file format is used by Apache OpenOffice's Draw application to store drawing elements as a vector image. Learn more about this file format here.
Public fieldStatic memberOtg
An OTG file is a drawing template that is created using the OpenDocument standard that follows the OASIS Office Applications 1.0 specification. Learn more about this file format here.
Public fieldStatic memberPng
PNG, Portable Network Graphics, refers to a type of raster image file format that use loseless compression. This file format was created as a replacement of Graphics Interchange Format (GIF) and has no copyright limitations. Learn more about this file format here.
Public fieldStatic memberPsd
PSD, Photoshop Document, represents Adobe Photoshop's native file format used for graphics designing and development. Learn more about this file format here.
Public fieldStatic memberSvg
An SVG file is a Scalar Vector Graphics file that uses XML based text format for describing the appearance of an image. Learn more about this file format here.
Public fieldStatic memberSvgz
An SVGZ file is actually a compressed version of a SVG file. This allows for easier distribution of the file online. When an SVG file is compressed using the .GZIP compression algorithm, it is then given the .svgz file extension.
Public fieldStatic memberTif
TIF, Tagged Image File Format, represents raster images that are meant for usage on a variety of devices that comply with this file format standard. It is capable of describing bilevel, grayscale, palette-color and full-color image data in several color spaces. Learn more about this file format here.
Public fieldStatic memberTiff
TIFF, Tagged Image File Format, represents raster images that are meant for usage on a variety of devices that comply with this file format standard. It is capable of describing bilevel, grayscale, palette-color and full-color image data in several color spaces. Learn more about this file format here.
Public fieldStatic memberWebp
WebP, introduced by Google, is a modern raster web image file format that is based on lossless and lossy compression. It provides same image quality while considerably reducing the image size. Learn more about this file format here.
Public fieldStatic memberWmf
Files with WMF extension represent Microsoft Windows Metafile (WMF) for storing vector as well as bitmap-format images data. Learn more about this file format here.
Public fieldStatic memberWmz
An WMZ file is actually a compressed version of a Microsoft WMF file. This allows for easier distribution of the file online. When an EWMFMF file is compressed using the .GZIP compression algorithm, it is then given the .wmz file extension.
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