DGI (Digi-Pic)

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* [http://bbslist.textfiles.com/213/ Area code 213 BBS list] - Has some information from Dion Kraft.
 
* [http://bbslist.textfiles.com/213/ Area code 213 BBS list] - Has some information from Dion Kraft.
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* {{CdTextfiles|internetconnection/graphics/tp12.zip|tp12.zip}} - A printing utility related to Digi-Pic

Latest revision as of 17:06, 30 April 2022

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

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

Digi-Pic is sort of a PC graphics software tech demo. It was created by Basi Angulo and Dion Kraft.

There were apparently at least two Digi-Pic releases. DGI format is associated with the second release.

Contents

[edit] Format details

Images are 640×400 pixels, 2 bits per pixel. The image is stored as four 320×200 images, each of which is interlaced. File size is 64008 bytes. The 8 extra bytes are located at offset 32000.

It's not clear if there's a canonical color scheme, but Turbo DiGI uses the CGA black/green/red/brown palette. DGIMAC.EXE converts .DGI images into monochrome by ignoring every second bit of image.

[edit] Identification

Bytes 01 04 00 00 00 00 00 00 appear at offset 32000. The file size is normally exactly 64008 bytes.

[edit] Software

  • TURBODGI.ZIP: Turbo DiGI Vision Display Utility, a viewer for DOS by Basi Angulo
  • CGADGI.ZIP: Viewer for DOS
  • [1] → Shareware_Grab_Bag_1988.zip → 008/egadgi.arc: Viewer for DOS
  • CONV125.ZIP → DGIMAC.EXE: MS-DOS utility to convert DGI to MacPaint format
  • Deark

[edit] Sample files

[edit] Links

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