The .jpg or .jpeg file extensions are the most commonly found on a mobile/cellphone. Sometimes you may come across larger images with a .png extension, these images have better quality and support transparency.
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commonly used formats are png and jpg.
Those are two different formats for image files.
Computer based image can be saved in a variety of formats. The most popular format is JPEG which is a standard devised by the Joint Picture Experts Group. There are other formats depending on what quality of image you want. These are Portable Network Graphic or PNG as well as Quicktime or QT. In the not so distant past each company who made Image Storage Programs had their own, incompatible formats
You cannot convert an image to sound. It is because of the difference in the file formats of both.
Image file formats.
These days smartphones accept most of the defined image formats. Earlier the resolution had to be decreased for it.
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Usually it is a .jpg or .jpeg (They are the same file type)
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There are 3 formats that are most used. There are more but the most common are: .png .jpg (same as .jpeg) .gif (for animated images)
A printer that can handle a number of different image files formats
JPG or JPEG, GIF and PNG.
The actual image file is never a part of the HTML file. HTML is a formatting language that can tell the browser to load an image. Common Web image formats are JPG, GIF, and PNG.
The normal formal for a bitmap image is .bmp I have also seen .dib referred to as a bitmap image, but this is not a common format.
For general Internet usage, the most common image formats are .PNG, .JPG, and .GIF. .BMP is also useful when disk space is not an issue.
Google Docs supports .jpeg, .png, .gif (non-animated), .tiff, .bmp image formats.
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Yes, generally speaking JPEG compresses best of all graphic formats (with loss of image information).
There is no single best image format. There are many very useful formats: JPG - easily used in web pages and shared. However, JPG files are compressed and therefore lose some of the image quality. DNG - see raw formats. TIFF - a complex format largely used in scanners and faxes. RAW - RAW files are not standardized between camera models. They have an advantage in that they keep intact everything recorded by the camera but they are large and not easily shared or printed. There are about 30 more commonly used image formats.
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The most basic formats for images depend on the image itself. Images of documents use PDF formats, really images by a digital camera would be .jpg. Images that have animated motion are more .gif formatted. Those are the most common.
A cellphone is flashed to put inside it the basic software it requires.This basic software,usually a binary image is stored in its permanent memory.See "Read Only Memory" on wikipedia.
The file extensions .jpg and .bmp do not support transparencies and are the most widely used.
One can import both vector and raster/bitmap image formats into InDesign.