Fractal Image Format

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== Identification ==
 
== Identification ==
FIF files begin with bytes <code>'F' 'I' 'F' 0x01</code>.
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Some FIF files begin with bytes <code>'F' 'I' 'F' 0x01</code>.
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[http://cd.textfiles.com/wthreepack/wthreepack-1/COMPRESS/FIFDEMO.ZIP This demo] includes FIF files that begin with "{{magic|FTC}}".
  
 
== Software ==
 
== Software ==

Latest revision as of 14:59, 7 May 2016

File Format
Name Fractal Image Format
Ontology
Extension(s) .fif
PRONOM x-fmt/320

FIF (Fractal Image Format) is a raster image format that uses lossy fractal compression. It is apparently a proprietary format developed by Iterated Systems.

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[edit] Identification

Some FIF files begin with bytes 'F' 'I' 'F' 0x01.

This demo includes FIF files that begin with "FTC".

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