DGI (Digi-Pic)

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== Sample files ==
 
* [http://cd.textfiles.com/carousel344/026/TIPS.ZIP TIPS.ZIP] → TIPS.DGI (image is 'Lenna', NSFW)
 
* [http://cd.textfiles.com/carousel344/026/TIPS.ZIP TIPS.ZIP] → TIPS.DGI (image is 'Lenna', NSFW)
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* https://telparia.com/fileFormatSamples/image/dgi/

Latest revision as of 18:17, 25 November 2020

File Format
Name DGI (Digi-Pic)
Ontology
Extension(s) .dgi
Released ≤1986

DGI is a raster graphics format apparently associated with something called Digi-Pic.

Images are 640x400. File size is 64 008 Bytes. File size and presence of colors suggest 2 bpp. Image is stored in 8 planes. Each plane is 640x100 mono. 8 planes * 640*100 = 64 000 Bytes. The 8 extra bytes are located at offset 32000 (but why?).

DGIMAC.EXE converts .DGI images into monochrome by ignoring every second bit of image. TURBODGI.ZIP displays image in 3 colors (gray, black, red).

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