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:''For the album format, see [[Connected Media Experience]].''
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'''CMX''' ('''Corel Presentation Exchange''', also known as '''Corel Metafile Exchange''') is a vector graphics format associated with Corel software such as [[CorelDRAW]]. It is designed for portability, at the expense of features. CMX is based on [[RIFF]] or [[RIFX]].
 
'''CMX''' ('''Corel Presentation Exchange''', also known as '''Corel Metafile Exchange''') is a vector graphics format associated with Corel software such as [[CorelDRAW]]. It is designed for portability, at the expense of features. CMX is based on [[RIFF]] or [[RIFX]].
  
There is apparently also a compressed form of CMX known as '''CPX'''.
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There is also a compressed form of CMX: [[CCX (Corel)|CCX]].
  
 
== Identification ==
 
== Identification ==

Latest revision as of 19:00, 11 December 2019

File Format
Name CMX
Ontology
Extension(s) .cmx
PRONOM x-fmt/34, x-fmt/35
For the album format, see Connected Media Experience.

CMX (Corel Presentation Exchange, also known as Corel Metafile Exchange) is a vector graphics format associated with Corel software such as CorelDRAW. It is designed for portability, at the expense of features. CMX is based on RIFF or RIFX.

There is also a compressed form of CMX: CCX.

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CMX files start with "RIFF" or "RIFX", and have "CMX1" at offset 8.

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