|⇒ Category:||Raster Image Files|
📌 A .BMP extension corresponds to the graphical image stored in the Bitmap raster visual container designed by Microsoft enterprise. In detail, it includes uncompressed image data which is compatible with color and monochrome images at graphics metadata and variable color bit depths. Specifically, users are accustomed to save and open relevant digital photos as .BMP data items. Originally, Microsoft invented the .BMP schema to store images which appear consistent across various dedicated devices. Therefore, the file definition starts with a file header which involves the starting point of the bitmap data, color options, data compression algorithm (optional), file height, width, size, and the bitmap identifier.
📌 .BMP extension entries can be effortlessly viewed and opened up by default or third-party graphical editor, available within your operating system. Also the .BMP file instances can be transferred to the cloud storage, where a built-in viewer is able to open up and represent their contents and composition. After all, you may apply Adobe Photoshop, Corel PaintShop Pro, CorelDRAW Graphics Suite and other contemporary professional suites in order to configure image layers, pantones, filters and other elements of the composite graphical data entity. In addition, you may convert .BMP objects into other alternate file formats due to availability of the integrated converter in scope of a graphical viewer or editor.