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FlashPix

A format for storing digital images, especially digital photographs, developed by Eastman Kodak Company. FlashPix offers a number of unique features, including:
  • the ability to store various resolutions of an image in a single file
  • use of Microsoft's OLE structured storage format, which enables developers to extend the format
  • built-in linking support so that different applications can link to the same image in different ways
  • built-in support for digital watermarks
  • Currently, FlashPix is not supported by most imaging software.







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