ART (PFS: First Publisher)

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== Software ==
 
== Software ==
 
* [[ImageMagick]]
 
* [[ImageMagick]]
* [[Tom's Editor Desktop]]
+
* [[Tom's Viewer]]
  
 
== Sample files ==
 
== Sample files ==
 
* http://cd.textfiles.com/fantaziasampler/CLIPART/ART/
 
* http://cd.textfiles.com/fantaziasampler/CLIPART/ART/
 
* http://cd.textfiles.com/swinnund/disk3/CLIPART/ → 1STPUB3.EXE, ARTFILE?.EXE, ART_FPUB.EXE ([[Self-extracting ZIP]] format)
 
* http://cd.textfiles.com/swinnund/disk3/CLIPART/ → 1STPUB3.EXE, ARTFILE?.EXE, ART_FPUB.EXE ([[Self-extracting ZIP]] format)

Latest revision as of 14:55, 7 May 2019

File Format
Name ART (PFS: First Publisher)
Ontology
Extension(s) .art
See ART for other formats with that name.

PFS: 1st Publisher Clip Art Format (ART) is an uncompressed bi-level image file format.

[edit] Format details

[Partial decoding, based on open source software, and analysis of ART files.]

Multi-byte integers are little-endian.

Offset Length Field Details
0 2 Unknown. Observed to be 0.
2 2 width Image width in pixels
4 2 Unknown. Observed to be 0.
6 2 height Image height in pixels
8 image_data Pixels are in left-to-right, top-to-bottom order. 8 pixels per byte, most significant bit first, black is 0. Rows are padded to the next 2-byte boundary.

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[edit] Sample files

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