OS/2 Bitmap Array

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File Format
Name OS/2 Bitmap Array
Ontology
Extension(s) .bga, .bmp, .ico

OS/2 bitmap array (also called Bitmap Graphics Array or BGA) is a container format for one or more images in (OS/2-style) BMP, OS/2 Icon, and/or OS/2 Pointer format.

BGA files are sometimes embedded as resources in OS/2 Linear Executable files. OS/2 Icon files often use the BGA container format.

Contents

Identification

A BGA file begins with ASCII "BA". At offset 14 is the type signature of the first image in the file, which will be "BM", "CI", "IC", "CP", or "PT".

Specifications

Software

  • Deark can extract the contents of BGA files

Sample files

BA/BM

BA/CI

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