PPT

The file abbreviation PPT is the data format identifier for Microsoft's PowerPoint interactive presentation program PowerPoint. Interactive means that the contents of the individual presentation "slides" in the file can change dynamically depending on the input of the presenter. The term "film" has come to be naturalized and has its origins in the earlier presentations […]

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XPS

XPS files are a format developed by Microsoft which competes with pdf – accordingly the application areas of .pdf and .xps are similar: in particular printable documents and graphics and a formattreuueueueung on different devices. The .xps format was introduced with Microsoft Windows Vista and was replaced with the introduction of Windows 8 by the […]

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GIF

The gif file format has experienced a real comeback in recent years and is now one of the more commonly used formats on the Internet. Originally, the Graphics Interchange Format was developed to store compact image files with transparencies as a sequence of images and also to be able to play them at slower connection […]

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NEF

The Nikon Electronic Format (NEF) is a raw format from Nikon digital cameras used to store the Japanese manufacturer's digital negative cameras. nef files work with a significantly higher color depth than comparable JPEGs (12 or 14 bits, instead of 8 bits) and offer greater flexibility than comparable RAW formats such as TIFF. As a […]

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RAW

RAW is a file format that is also considered a digital negative. At first, raw only specifies a certain raw data format in which images or videos are either not compressed at all, loss-free or lossy, in order to allow as flexible a postprocessing as possible. Different camera manufacturers rely on RAW format on different […]

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PS

The format Post Script (PS), which was developed in the early 1980s, is one of the standard formats of the American company Adobe. Adobe is the company behind the Acrobat Reader and programs like Photoshop and with the PS format, the foundations for the now more popular format pdf were laid early. PS documents are […]

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EPUB

The epub (short for electronic publication) file extension signifies an e-book file that has been saved according to the EPUB standard. EPUB is a non-proprietary, vendor-independent e-book format that is based on html and is supported by a large number of hardware e-book readers, computer software and smartphone apps. Though EPUB takes only a negligible […]

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RTF

A rtf file is a text file that has been saved in the Rich Text format. Unlike a txt (Plain Text) file it also contains formatting code like italics, bold or underline, different font styles and sizes, text formatting info, and it may include images and embedded objects (output from other applications, e.g. tables). The […]

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MP3

MPEG-1 or MPEG-2 Audio Layer III, mostly known as mp3 or MP3, designates a format for coding digital audio data. MP3 still ranks among the most popular formats for storing audio data. In the early 80s, the German Fraunhofer Institut developed MP3 as a lossy format compared to Compact Disc Digital Audio (CDDA): Compression rate […]

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OXPS to PDF

.oxps files replaced the .xps files in Windows 8 (and in Windows 10, too). However, .oxps files and .xps files are not compatible – so Windows 7’s default XPS-Viewer can’t open xps files. To view .oxps files in Windows 7 you should easily convert them from .oxps to .pdf. File-Converter-Online.com does that job for you: […]

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