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What does bitmap mean?

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2016-12-17 19:30:28

A bitmap for an electronic image is a specification of the space occupied by the image and information about the colour of each dot (pixel) in it.

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2016-06-01 17:53:35

A bitmap is a series of bits which represents a rasterized graphic image, each pixel being represented as a group of bits.

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Bitmap graphics consist of pixels.

A Bitmap is a file you can save pictures as like JPEG or PNG, in photoshop it means save the picture as a bitmap

You can not enlarge bitmap images without losing quality and bitmap images are larger in size then vector.

btmp is short for bitmap. Bitmap files are pictures.

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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.

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You can make a bitmap in paint. When you save your image just choose .bmp as the file extension.

a bitmap file (.BMP) is a picture file that was created in Microsoft paint

Photoshop is a raster image editor. Raster and Bitmap are two words for the same thing, so Photoshop is raster or Bitmap image editor, somewhere you will see raster, somewhere bitmap as explanation but it is basically same thing. Photoshop is primarily designed to work with bitmap images which are raster images in other words.

I think the easiest way is to open the jpeg in Paint and save it as a bitmap.

One can import both vector and raster/bitmap image formats into InDesign.

If you are referring to a bitmap image, it can be opened in Microsoft Paint, Adobe Photoshop, and GIMP. Most any image or photo program should be able to open a bitmap image.

The image on the sensor isn't any image format, when this analogue data is put through the A/D converter and saved they are saved in a bitmap container (Jpeg and Raw (NEF, CR2, PEF Etc.) are all bitmap formats) all images are either a bitmap or a vector graphic, out of the camera they are bitmap, but the data in the file can be opened as a Vector Graphic in some programs.

Bitmap data can be saved in a wide variety of file formats like BMP,TIFF,GIF.Bitmap images can contain any number of colors.A bitmap image depends on resolution in that it contains a fixed number of pixels to represent the image data.As a result, a bitmap image can lose detail and appear jagged if viewed at a high magnification or printed at low resolution.Bitmap images are best for representing subtle gradations of shades and colour such as in photographs.

It stands for "Bitmap".

Yes, it can be used to edit many types of image files, including bitmap images.

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