Multi-Picture Format

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An MP file contains two or more images in JPEG format. When viewed in a JPEG viewer that does not understand MP format, typically just one of the images will be displayed.
 
An MP file contains two or more images in JPEG format. When viewed in a JPEG viewer that does not understand MP format, typically just one of the images will be displayed.
  
== Format ==
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== Format details ==
 
MP files are valid [[JPEG]] files, except that they have additional data after the EOI marker.
 
MP files are valid [[JPEG]] files, except that they have additional data after the EOI marker.
  
They contain a JPEG APP2 "MPF" segment. The data in this segment uses a format based on [[TIFF]].
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They contain a JPEG APP2 "MPF" segment. The data in this segment uses a format based on a generalization of [[TIFF]] format.
  
 
== Specifications ==
 
== Specifications ==

Latest revision as of 14:24, 18 October 2020

File Format
Name Multi-Picture Format
Ontology
Extension(s) .mpo, .jpg
Released 2009

Multi-Picture Format (also known as MP, MPO, or Multi-Picture Object) is a multi-image extension of the JPEG image format. It is most often used for stereoscopic images, or as a way to include an unusually large thumbnail image. (Most JPEG thumbnail formats are limited to 64KB, but MP supports far larger thumbnails.)

An MP file contains two or more images in JPEG format. When viewed in a JPEG viewer that does not understand MP format, typically just one of the images will be displayed.

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[edit] Format details

MP files are valid JPEG files, except that they have additional data after the EOI marker.

They contain a JPEG APP2 "MPF" segment. The data in this segment uses a format based on a generalization of TIFF format.

[edit] Specifications

[edit] Software

[edit] Sample files

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