HTML

Hypertext Markup Language, also known as HTML, is the skeleton of a website to display and link documents across systems in browsers such as Firefox. Various specific commands allow the flexible format to also implement graphic elements, animations, videos, or audio files in an HTML file. Since the introduction of the current HTML5 standard even […]

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MP4

MP4 is a container format that can include multimedia content such as video and sound tracks, graphics, 2D and 3D animations, subtitled texts, interactive applications in the form of menus, and much more. Despite the strong compression, a file in mp4 format offers a very good picture and sound quality. The Apple Quick-Time based document, […]

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OGG

OGG is a container format developed by Xiph.org in which various media content, such as audio or video elements, graphics or subtitles, can be implemented. The associated compression format is called Vorbis and works lossy because certain frequency ranges that are not perceived by the ear, are filtered out. Compared to a file in mp3 […]

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EPS

In .eps files are encapsulated Postscript files (English: Encapsulated Postscript). For example, .EPS files can contain images, text or vector graphics (similar to pdf), so converting to image formats such as .png is possible, but of course also to .pdf files – for example for printing.

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XCF

XCF is the standard file format of the free graphics software GIMP (Gnu Image Manipulation Program). Much like the .psd files obtained by Adobe Photoshop .xcf files get information about the various levels, channels, paths, texts and so on. Exporting or converting a .xcf file to another graphic format will result in this information being […]

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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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TIF

The file format TIFF or tif is a file exchange format used in both print and digital cameras. TIF is the abbreviation of Tagged Image File and is written as a shorter variant of the Tagged Image File Format (TIFF), but there are no substantive differences. The TIF format can also support the cyan, magenta […]

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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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ODG

The file extension odg is associated with the Open Document Format for Office applications and refers to a graphics file – ODG stands for Open Document Graphics . The file extension is typically .odg or .fodg and the format was published in 2005 with the last format change in 2011. ODG is thus one of […]

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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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