From Just Solve the File Format Problem
TelePaint is a paint program for DOS, developed by LCS/Telegraphics. A variant of it named Splash (or Splash!) was released by Spinnaker.
Only Splash and TelePaint 3.0 formats have been evaluated for this article. Earlier versions of TelePaint exist, and evidently use different formats.
The main "canvas" raster graphics format is .SS. There is also an .ST "stamp" format, which looks to be similar, but not identical.
Not related to the video game Telepaint by Acid Nerve.
SS and ST files start with ASCII "
P2" (as do various other TelePaint formats), and apparently have "
PM" at offset 4.
- TelePaint 3.0 (at vetusware.com)
- Includes TPCONVRT.EXE, which can convert to PCX, or convert from TelePaint 2.0.
- Splash! (at winworldpc.com) (1988, no version number)
- Splash! (at vetusware.com)
- splash.zip - Includes SHOWSS, a viewer copied from Splash
- splash.zip - .SS files copied from Splash