|⇒ Category:||Raster Image Files|
|⇒ Developer:||Microsoft Corporation|
📌 A .DIB object can rely on the raster image stored and opened up in the Device-Independent Bitmap shape. On the layout and constitution, the .DIB structure is quite close to a .BMP bitmap image build-up, but is distinguished by peculiar informational characteristics of the header section. In the conclusional part, the .DIB resources may be uncompressed or compressed into the archived form. Nevertheless, a majority of the .DIB file items are available in the decoded shape. The extension is compatible with the 24-, 8-, 4-, and 1-bit pixels for decoded graphical images, and 8- or 4-bit pixels for RLE-encrypted graphics. 24-bit .DIB visual content utilizes 8-bits for each particular RGB color channel. Initially the .DIB technological standard has been intended to be applied with OS/2 and Windows platforms.
📌 The respective data instances can be flexibly revealed and opened up by most image editors and viewers, among which are Adobe Photoshop, XnViewMP, Apple Preview, Microsoft Photos and a variety of other supplemental packages. Moreover, you are eligible to convert the .DIB visual entities into .BMP, .TIFF, .PNG, .GIF, .JPG, .WEBP and a lot of other graphical extensions. In order to adjust or modify the .DIB file construction, redefine its layers, apply complementary effects or filters, make use of Adobe InDesign, Adobe Illustrator, Adobe Photoshop Elements, Corel PaintShop Pro, GIMP or other compatible suites and programs. The tech standard is entirely consistent on any desktop platforms and shells, involving macOS and Linux infrastructures. Last but not least, you may employ File Helper service, to open up the file hierarchy in online mode.