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'''QTIF''' (QuickTime Image Format) is a now-deprecated container format for still images from a [[QuickTime]] video. It consists of a description section and an image data section. The image data may be of various formats, including [[JPEG]]. The "native" parts of this format use [[Endianness|big-endian]] byte order, though the image data part may use a different endianness depending on that format's standards.
 
'''QTIF''' (QuickTime Image Format) is a now-deprecated container format for still images from a [[QuickTime]] video. It consists of a description section and an image data section. The image data may be of various formats, including [[JPEG]]. The "native" parts of this format use [[Endianness|big-endian]] byte order, though the image data part may use a different endianness depending on that format's standards.

Latest revision as of 17:30, 22 May 2019

File Format
Name QTIF
Ontology
Extension(s) .qif, .qtif
Type Code qtif

QTIF (QuickTime Image Format) is a now-deprecated container format for still images from a QuickTime video. It consists of a description section and an image data section. The image data may be of various formats, including JPEG. The "native" parts of this format use big-endian byte order, though the image data part may use a different endianness depending on that format's standards.

.qif is the recommended file extension, though .qtif can also be found. The MacOS file type identifier is 'qtif'.

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[edit] Identification

There's no simple way to reliably identify a QTIF file, but most of them have "idat" or "idsc" at offset 4.

[edit] Format description

[edit] Sample files

[edit] Other links

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