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Date Formats & Their File Extensions


What's an Extension?

FileName.ext  : the delimiter is the (last) dot

FileName.EXT : the extension is EXT


The extension defines the file "type", e.g. text file, executable file, database file or graphic file or .... Actually a remnant from old DOS 8.3 filename limits, it has proven its usefulness over the years and today even normally "extension-free" systems like UNIX use more and more extensions. An extension lets not only the user easily find out what sort of file it is, but even the OS (or other programs) can easily associate certain file-extensions with certain programs, thus e.g. starting a certain application when the user clicks on a certain (data-)file.

That's the theory. In practice it shows that the combinations out of 3 letters are limited and thus there are ambiguities. Since there are absolutely no further investigations done by the OS what concerns the file-type, misunderstandings can happen. Indeed they happen more and more, the more identical extensions are used by different programs. Although today there is no more need to reduce the extension to 3 characters, it seems most programmers stick to it.

So even inexperienced users should be aware of the fact that a .doc file - from a friend, out of the net - needs not necessarily be a Word document, that dll's aren't limited to the dll-extension (Microsoft themselves in their ultimate wisdom breaks this rule often), that some extensions are used by ten different programs (with differing content well understood!).

So if you got a file with an unknown extension or with a well known extension that the associated program can't understand, this extension list can be a first hint what sort of file it may be. If the here listed program too can't open your file, further investigation is necessary. There are automatic file-recognition programs in the net, but their capabilities are limited. Most of them use only the extension to find out what the file actually is. Experienced users will use "dump" or "list" to find out what sort of program it is (for dump or list see the 'misc'-page of www.icmasterdata.com . But a lot of knowledge and skill is necessary to find out in this way what the file actually is. Further information on file formats can be found on e.g. www.wotsit.org (very special information normally thought only for programmers


To hide file extensions (the three-letter suffixes attached to all files) for some, but not all, file types, select Settings from the Start menu, Folder Options, then click the File Types tab. Select the file type you wish to modify (for example, Text Document), and click the Edit tab. Check the Always Show Extension box, then click OK twice.

Potentially harmful extensions

These extensions should be handled with particular caution if received as attachment by mail, on a diskette or from any other source which you consider not fully trustworthy


Since files with these extensions are able to execute, modify execution rights, modify the registry, modify paths, all of these files should be regarded as potentially dangerous and can do severe damage to your system.
While some of these files are rather difficult to program and thus rather seldom get misused, especially scripting files like WS, WSF, JS, VBS, VB, VBE, WSC are highly dangerous. In certain contexts (html mail..) they can even get started without knowledge of the user.(This is the reason why the mail unit of AAICWpro supports only a restricted set of html)

This is the reason why some mail-programs rename files with these extensions, so they are no more able to execute. Give them first a check with a !trustworthy! virus checker! Afterwards you may rename them back to their original extension.


(Explanation see below. It should be noted that there are other extensions which can be dangerous too. These are considered Level 1 files)

ADE = ZL0= AAICWpro/ZoneAlarm Mailsafe renamed File
ADP = ZL1= AAICWpro/ZoneAlarm Mailsafe renamed File
BAS = ZL2= AAICWpro/ZoneAlarm Mailsafe renamed File
BAT = ZL3= AAICWpro/ZoneAlarm Mailsafe renamed File
CHM = ZL= AAICWpro/ZoneAlarm Mailsafe renamed File
CMD = ZL5= AAICWpro/ZoneAlarm Mailsafe renamed File
COM = ZL6= AAICWpro/ZoneAlarm Mailsafe renamed File
CPL = ZL7= AAICWpro/ZoneAlarm Mailsafe renamed File
CRT = ZL8= AAICWpro/ZoneAlarm Mailsafe renamed File
EXE = ZL9= AAICWpro/ZoneAlarm Mailsafe renamed File
HLP = ZLA= AAICWpro/ZoneAlarm Mailsafe renamed File
HTA = ZLB= AAICWpro/ZoneAlarm Mailsafe renamed File
INF = ZLC= AAICWpro/ZoneAlarm Mailsafe renamed File
INS = ZLD= AAICWpro/ZoneAlarm Mailsafe renamed File
ISP = ZLE= AAICWpro/ZoneAlarm Mailsafe renamed File
JSE = ZLF= AAICWpro/ZoneAlarm Mailsafe renamed File
LNK = ZLG= AAICWpro/ZoneAlarm Mailsafe renamed File
MDB = ZLH= AAICWpro/ZoneAlarm Mailsafe renamed File
MDE = ZLI= AAICWpro/ZoneAlarm Mailsafe renamed File
MSC = ZLJ= AAICWpro/ZoneAlarm Mailsafe renamed File
MSI = ZLK= AAICWpro/ZoneAlarm Mailsafe renamed File
MSP = ZLL= AAICWpro/ZoneAlarm Mailsafe renamed File
MST = ZLM= AAICWpro/ZoneAlarm Mailsafe renamed File
PCD = ZLN= AAICWpro/ZoneAlarm Mailsafe renamed File
PIF = ZLO= AAICWpro/ZoneAlarm Mailsafe renamed File
REG = ZLP= AAICWpro/ZoneAlarm Mailsafe renamed File
SCR = ZLQ= AAICWpro/ZoneAlarm Mailsafe renamed File
SCT = ZLR= AAICWpro/ZoneAlarm Mailsafe renamed File
SHS = ZLS= AAICWpro/ZoneAlarm Mailsafe renamed File
URL = ZLT=AAICWpro/ZoneAlarm Mailsafe renamed File
VBE = ZLU= AAICWpro/ZoneAlarm Mailsafe renamed File
VBS = ZLV= AAICWpro/ZoneAlarm Mailsafe renamed File
WSC = ZLW= AAICWpro/ZoneAlarm Mailsafe renamed File
WSF = ZLX=AAICWpro/ZoneAlarm Mailsafe renamed File
WSH = ZLY= AAICWpro/ZoneAlarm Mailsafe renamed File
SHB = ZLZ= AAICWpro/ZoneAlarm Mailsafe renamed File
JS = ZM0= AAICWpro Mailsafe renamed File
VB = ZM1= AAICWpro Mailsafe renamed File
WS= ZM2= AAICWpro Mailsafe renamed File
MDT = ZM3= AAICWpro Mailsafe renamed File
MDW = ZM4= AAICWpro Mailsafe renamed File
MDZ= ZM5= AAICWpro Mailsafe renamed File
SHB = ZM6= AAICWpro Mailsafe renamed File
SCF= ZM7= AAICWpro Mailsafe renamed File
PL= ZM8= AAICWpro Mailsafe renamed File
PM= ZM9= AAICWpro Mailsafe renamed File
DLL= ZMA= AAICWpro Mailsafe renamed File
  1. ADE Microsoft Access Project Extension
  2. ADP Microsoft Access Project
  3. ASX Windows Media Audio / Video shortcut
  4. BAS Visual Basic Module
  5. BAT Batch File
  6. CHM Compiled HTML Help File
  7. CMD Windows NT Command Script
  8. COM MS-DOS Application
  9. CPL Control Panel Extension
  10. CRT Security Certificate
  11. DLL dynamic link library
  12. EXE Application
  13. HLP Windows Help File
  14. HTA HTML program
  15. INF Setup Information File
  16. INS Internet Naming Service
  17. ISP Internet Communication Settings
  18. JS JScript File
  19. JSE JScript Encoded Script File
  20. LNK Shortcut
  21. MDB Microsoft Access Application
  22. MDE Microsoft Access MDE Database
  23. MDT Microsoft Access Add-in Data
  24. MDW Microsoft Access Workgroup Information
  25. MDZ Microsoft Access Wizard program
  26. MSC Microsoft Common Console Document
  27. MSI Windows Installer Package
  28. MSP Windows Installer Patch
  29. MST Visual Test Source File
  30. PCD Photo CD Image or Microsoft Visual Test compiled script
  31. PIF Shortcut to MS-DOS Program
  32. PL Perl script: only dangerous if Perl is installed on that particular computer
  33. PM Perl script module: only dangerous if Perl is installed on that particular computer
  34. REG Registration Entries
  35. SCF Windows Explorer command
  36. SCR Screen Saver
  37. SCT Windows Script Component
  38. SHB Shortcut into a document
  39. SHS Shell Scrap Object
  40. URL Internet Shortcut (Uniform Resource Locator)
  41. VB VBScript File
  42. VBE VBScript Encoded Script File
  43. VBS VBScript Script File
  44. WSC Windows Script Component
  45. WSF Windows Script File
  46. WSH Windows Scripting Host Settings File


These characters are allowed in DOS/Windows file names and extensions:

0-9 numbers $ dollar sign
a-z letters(upper- lowercase doesn't matter, but pay attention, in Unix (web!) it matters!) (  ) parentheses
# size / number sign & ampersand *
_ underscore ^ caret *
' apostrophe ` opening single quotation mark hyphen
@ at sign {  } left and right curly braces
- hyphen % percent sign
~ tilde ! exclamation mark
blank/space . point/dot (more than one now allowed)

The two with an asterisk not official. On a pure Dos32/Windows(98 (95 SR2) and later) level it is possible to use other characters (eg above 80hex, eg german/swedish umlauts etc), but its not guaranteed that all programs can handle them. Explicitely forbidden are these characters: < > : " / \ |


FAT (=DOS/Windows) allows paths of up to 260 characters, including the terminating special character. Do remember, though, that a path includes the full filename, so if you happen to have a filename that is 255 characters long, you will only have 4 characters left for the path (the last char is reserved for terminating the string).



Description of some 2d-graphical image formats
(Please note: some of these are outdated! Eg ZX-formats,Amiga-Formats,TRS-80 etc)


!C= ZX Spectrum Hobetta
$C= ZX Spectrum Hobetta
$S= ZX Spectrum Hobetta
001= Ricoh Fax
001= Smartfax
2BP= Pocket PC bitmap
2D= Amapi
301= Brooktrout 301
411= Mavica
4BT= GoDot
73I= TI-73/82/83/85/86/89/92 Bitmap
82I= TI-73/82/83/85/86/89/92 Bitmap
83I= TI-73/82/83/85/86/89/92 Bitmap
85I= TI-73/82/83/85/86/89/92 Bitmap
86I= TI-73/82/83/85/86/89/92 Bitmap
89I= TI-73/82/83/85/86/89/92 Bitmap
92I= TI-73/82/83/85/86/89/92 Bitmap
A64= Artist 64
ABS= Optocat
ACE= Aces200
ACR= Medical format : ACR/NEMA
AFX= Auto F/X
AI= Adobe Illustrator
ALIAS= Alias Image (see pix)
ALS= Alias Image (see pix)
AMI= Amica Paint
ANI= Windows Animated Cursor
APM= Windows Metafile
APX= Photopaint Image
ARN= Astronomical Research Network
ART= Art Director
ART= Artisan
ART= Pfs Art Publisher
ATK= Andrew Toolkit raster object
ATT= AT&T Group 4
AVI= Video for windows
AVS= Stardent AVS X
B&W= ImageLab
B16= PCO
B3D= B3D
B_W= ImageLab
BFX= Bfx Bitware
BGA= OS/2 WARP Bitmap
BIF= byLight
BIFF= XITE - X-based 2d/3d format
BIG= Michelin (autoroute maps)
BLD= MegaPaint
BLK= Amiga IFF
BM= X11 BitMap
BMF= Corel Flow
BMP= Alpha Microsystem BMP
BMP= OS/2 Bitmap
BMP= Windows Bitmap
BOB= Bob Ray-Tracer
BPX= TrueVision Targa
BRK= Brooktrout 301
BRT= Brooktrout 301
BS= Printfox/Pagefox
BTN= JustButtons animated bitmap
BUM= Poser Bump files
BW= Silicon Graphics RGB
C4= Edmics
CAL= CALS Raster Goup 1
CALS= CALS Raster Group 1
CAM= Casio QV-10/100 Camera
CAN= Canon Navigator Fax
CAR= NeoBook Cartoon
CAT= Photomatrix
CBM= Fuzzy Bitmap
CDR= Corel Draw Bitmap (preview)
CDU= CDU Paint
CE= Computer Eyes, Digital Vision
CE1= Computer Eyes, Raw
CE2= Computer Exes,RAW
CEL= Lumena CEL
CGM= Computer Graphics Metafile
CIN= Kodak Cineon
CIT= Intergraph Format
CLO= Cloe Ray-tracer
CLP= GoDot
CLP= PC Paint / Pictor Page
CLP= Windows Clipboard
CMP= Discorp CMP Image
CMT= Chinon ES-1000 digital camera
CMU= CMU Window Manager
CMX= Corel Metafile Exchange (preview)
CP8= CP8 256 gray scale
CPI= Calamus picture
CPT= Corel PhotoPaint 6.0
CRG= Calamus picture
CRW= Canon PowerShot
CT= Iris CT
CUR= Windows Cursor
CURSOR= Sun Icon/Cursor
CUT= Dr Halo
CVP= Portrait
DCM= Dicom 3
DCX= Zsoft Multi-page Paintbrush files( = n*pcx)
DD= Doodle C64
DIB= Windows DIB
DIS= DKB Ray-tracer
DOO= Doodle Atari
DPX= Kodak Cineon
DRZ= Draz Paint
DXF= AutoCad Drawing Interchange Format
ECC= Ecchi
ECW= Enhanced Compressed Wavelet
EI= Electric Image
EIDI= Electric Image
EMF= Windows Enhanced Metafile
EOSAT= LANDSAT/EOSAT Satellite picture data
EPA= Award Bios Logo
EPI= EPS Interchange Format
EPS= Encapsulated Postscript (Preview)
ERI= ERI-chan (Entis Rasterized Image)
ESM= Enhance Simplex
FAC= Usenix FaceSaver
FACE= Usenix FaceSaver
FAX= Fax Group 3
FBM= Fuzzy Bitmap
FFF= Maggi Hairstyles & Cosmetics
FI= FlashImage
FIT= Flexible Image Transport System, descr. see below
FITS= Flexible Image Transport System
FLC= Autodesk Animator
FLI= Autodesk Animator
FPG= DIV Game Studio Multi Map
FPG= Fenix Multi Map
FPX= FlashPix
FRM= Megalux Frame
FSY= PhotoFantasy Image
FTS= Flexible Image Transport System
FXO= Winfax
FXS= Winfax
G3= Fax Group 3
G3N= Imaging Fax
G4= Access
GAF= Total Annihilation
GB= Printfox/Pagefox
GBR= Gimp Brush
GEO= GeoPaint
GG= Koala Paint Compressed
GIF= CompuServe GIF
GIFF= Compuserve GIF
GM= Autologic
GM2= Autologic
GM4= Autologic
GRAF= Digital F/X
GRB= HP-48/49 Grob
GRO= HP-48/49 Grob
GRY= Raw
HDR= Apollo HRDU
HDR= ArcInfo Binary
HED= Hi-Eddi
HIR= Hires C64
HPI= Hemera Photo Image
HPGL= Hewlett-Packard grafic Language
HR= TRS 80
HRZ= Slow Scan Television
I17= Pixel Power Collage
I18= Pixel Power Collage
IB7= Pixel Power Collage
ICA= IOCA Image Object Content
ICB= Image Capture Board
ICB= TrueVision Targa
ICN= RIPTerm Image
ICO= Gimp Icon
ICO= Windows Icon
ICON= Sun Icon/Cursor
IF9= Pixel Power Collage
IFF= Amiga IFF
IFF= Explore (TDI) & Maya
IFF= Sun TAAC file format
IIM= Inshape
IIMG= Interleaf
IM5= IM5 (Visilog)
IMA= AIM Grey Scale
IMG= Planetary Data System
IMG= Radiance
IMG= Adex
IMG= Autocad CAD-Camera
IMG= Datacopy
IMG= Digital Research (GEM Paint)
IMG= Imaging Technology
IMG= Img Software Set
IMG= Microtek Eyestar
IMG= Sharp GPB
IMG= Starbase
IMG= Video Image Communication And Retrieval
IMG= Vivid Ray-tracer
IMH= IRAF format files
INFO= Amiga icon
IPG= Mindjongg Format
IPH= InterPaint (Hires)
IPT= InterPaint (Multicolor)
IRIS= Silicon Graphics RGB
ISH= Image Speeder
ISH= Image System (Hires)
ISM= Image System (Multicolor)
ITG= Intergraph Format
IW4= DjVu
IWC= WaveLet format
J= Joint Photographic Experts Group
J6I= Ricoh Digital Camera
JBF= PaintShopPro Browser Cache File
JBG= Joint Bi-level Image experts Group
JBIG= Joint Bi-level Image experts Group
JFIF= Joint Photographic Experts Group
JIF= Jeff's Image Format
JIF= Joint Photographic Experts Group
JJ= Doodle C64 Compressed
JNG= Jpeg Network Graphics
JP2= JPEG-2000 JP2 File Format
JP2= LuraWave JPEG-2000 Format
JPC= JPEG-2000 Code Stream
JPC= LuraWave JPEG-2000 Code Stream
JPEG= Joint Photographic Experts Group
JPG= Joint Photographic Experts Group
JPS= Stereo Image
JTF= Hayes JTFax
K25= Kodak DC25 Camera
KDC= Kodak DC120 Digital Camera
KFX= Kofax Group 4
KOA= Koala Paint
KQP= Konica Camera File
LANDSAT= LANDSAT Satellite picture data
LBM= Deluxe Paint, Electronic Arts
LDA= LaserData
LDF= LuraDocument Format
LEAD= wavelet compressed format
LFF= LucasFilm Format
LIF= HomeWorld Texture
LVP= LView Pro
LWF= LuraWave Format
LWI= Light Work Image
M8= Heretic II MipMap
MAC= Mac Paint
MAG= MAGIchan graphics
MAP= DIV Game Studio Map
MAP= Fenix Map
MBFAVS= Stardent AVS X
MBFS= Stardent AVS X
MBM= Psion Series 5
MDL= Half-Life Model
MET= Windows Metafile
MGR= MGR bitmap
MIF= Image Magick
MIFF= Image Magick
MIL= Micro Illustrator Uncompressed
MNG= Multiple Network Graphics
MOV= Quicktime Movie
MPNT= Mac Paint
MRF= Marks Russel File
MSK= PaintShopPro Mask
MSP= Microsoft Paint
MTV= MTV Ray-tracer
NAV= AirNav
NCD= CoverDesigner
NCR= NCR Image
NCT= CoverDesigner Template
NEF= Nikon D1 digital camera
NEO= Neochrome (ST & TT)
NGG= Nokia Group Graphics
NITF= National Imagery Transmission Format
NLM= Nokia Logo File
NMP= Neopaint Mask
NOL= Nokia Operator Logo
OCP= Advanced Art Studio
OFX= Olicom Fax
OIL= Open Image Library Format
P64= Picasso 64
P7= XV Visual Schnauzer
PAC= Stad
PAN= SmoothMove Pan Viewer
PAT= Corel Draw Pattern (preview)
PAT= Gimp Pattern
PAT= PaintShopPro Pattern
PBM= Portable Bitmap
PBT= Micro Dynamics MARS
PC[1-3]= Degas / Degas Elite
PCC= Zsoft Publisher's Paintbrush
PCD= Kodak Photo CD
PCL= Page Control Language
PCT= Macintosh Quickdraw/Pict
PCX= Zsoft Publisher's Paintbrush
PD= Male Normal CT
PDB= MonkeyCard
PDB= MonkeyLogo
PDB= Palm Pilot
PDB= Photo Deluxe
PDB= TealPaint
PDD= Photo Deluxe
PDF= Portable Document Format
PDS= Planetary Data System
PDS=Portable Data Specification image data
PDX= Mayura Draw
PE4= Ulead Texture
PFR= PaintShopPro Frame
PG= Printfox/Pagefox
PGC= Portfolio Graphics Compressed
PGF= Portfolio Graphics
PGM= Portable Greyscale
PHP= Adobe PhotoParade
PI= Blazing Paddles
PI[1-6]= Degas / Degas Elite
PIC= Radiance
PIC= Bio-Rad confocal
PIC= Macintosh Quickdraw/Pict
PIC= PC Paint / Pictor Page
PIC= Pixar picture file
PIC= Psion Series 3
PIC= Rayshade
PIC= Stad
PICIO= Pixar picture file
PICT= Macintosh Quickdraw/Pict
PIG= Ricoh IS30
PIX= Alias Image
PIX= ESM Software Pix
PIX= PABX background
PIX= TrueVision Targa
PIX= Vort
PIXAR= Pixar picture file
PLT= PCAD 8.5 drawing
PM= X11 PixMap
PMG= Paint Magic
PMP= Sony DSC-F1 Cyber-shot
PNG= Portable Network Graphics
PNM= Portable Image
PPM= Portable Pixmap
PPP= Punk Productions Picture
PPS= PowerPoint (images)
PPT= PowerPoint Presentation (images)
PR= Sun Icon/Cursor
PRC= Picture Gear Pocket
PRF= Polychrome Recursive Format
PRI= Prisms
PS= Postscript
PSD= Adobe Photoshop Document
PSE= IBM Printer Page Segment
PSF= PhotoStudio File
PSP= PaintShopPro Image
PST= Ulead Pattern
PWP= Seattle Film Works multi-image
PXA= Pegs
PXA= Pixia
PXB= Pixibox
PXR= Pixar picture file
PXS= Pegs
PZL= Puzzle
PZP= MGI Photosuite Project
Q0= Q0
QDV= Qdv (Random Dot Software)
QRT= Qrt Ray-tracer
QT= Quicktime Movie
QTI= Quicktime Picture
QTIF= Quicktime Picture
QTL= YUV 16Bits
RAD= Radiance
RAS= Sun Raster Images
RAST= Sun Raster Images
RAW= Raw
RGB= Silicon Graphics RGB
RGH= ZZ Rough
RL4= Windows Bitmap
RL8= Windows Bitmap
RLA= Wavefront Raster file
RLB= Wavefront Raster file
RLC2= Image Systems RLC2 Graphic
RLE= Adex
RLE= Intergraph Format
RLE= Utah Raster image
RLE= Windows Bitmap
RP= Rainbow Painter
RPBM= Portable Bitmap
RPGM= Portable Greyscale
RPM= RunPaint (Multicolor)
RPNM= Portable Image
RPPM= Portable Pixmap
RS= Sun Raster Images
RSB= Red Storm File Format
SAR= Saracen Paint
SC= SciTex Continuous Tone
SC2= Msx 2 Screen
SC?= ColoRIX
SCI= SciFax
SCR= Sun Raster Images
SCR= ZX Spectrum standard screen
SCT= SciTex Continuous Tone
SCX= ColoRix
SD0= Dali raw
SD1= Dali Raw
SD2= Dali Raw
SDG= Star Office Gallery
SEQ= Stad
SFF= Structured Fax Format
SFW= Seattle Film Works
SGI= Silicon Graphics RGB
SHG= Segmented Hyper Graphics, used by Microsoft Winhelp
SI= Softimage bitmap
SIM= Aurora
SIR= Solitaire Image Recorder
SJ1= Sega SJ-1 DIGIO
SKN= Kinupix skin
SKN= Skantek
SMP= Xionics SMP
SNA= ZX Spectrum Snapshot
SPC= Spectrum 512 compressed
SPS= Spectrum 512 smooshed
SPU= Spectrum 512
SR= Sun Raster Images
SSI= SriSun
SSP= Axialis screensaver
ST4= SBIG CCD camera ST-4
ST4= SBIG CCD camera ST-X
ST5= SBIG CCD camera ST-X
ST6= SBIG CCD camera ST-X
ST7= SBIG CCD camera ST-X
ST8= SBIG CCD camera ST-X
STM= PhotoStudio Stamp
STW= Neopaint Stamp
SUL= GFA Raytrace
SUN= Sun Raster Images
SUNIFF= Sun TAAC file format
SYN= Synthetic Universe
SYNU= Synthetic Universe
SYS= Windows Bitmap
TAAC= Sun TAAC file format
TDI= Explore (TDI) & Maya
TDIM= Digital F/X
TEX= PaintShopPro Texture
TG4= TG4
TGA= TrueVision Targa
TIF= TIFF Revision 6
TIFF= TIFF Revision 6
TIL= Buttonz & Tilez texture
TIM= Sony Playstation TIM PSX
TIM= TIFF Revision 6
TN1= Tiny
TN2= Tiny
TN3= Tiny
TNL= Thumbnail
TNY= Tiny
TUB= PaintShopPro Picture Tube
UPI= Ulead PhotoImpact
UYVY= YUV 16Bits
VDA= TrueVision Targa
VDA= Video Display Adapter
VFF= Sun TAAC file format
VFW= Video for windows
VI= Jovian VI
VIC= Video Image Communication And Retrieval at Jet Propulsion lab
VICAR= Video Image Communication And Retrieval at Jet Propulsion lab
VID= Vidcom 64
VIF= Khoros Visualization image file
VIF= Verity
VIFF= Khoros Visualization image file
VOB= Vue d'Esprit
VPB= Quantel VPB
VST= TrueVision Targa
VST= Vista
WAL= Quake Texture
WAP= Wireless Bitmap (level 0)
WBC= Webshots
WBM= Wireless Bitmap (level 0)
WBMP= Wireless Bitmap (level 0)
WBP= Webshots
WBZ= Webshots
WIC= J Wavelet Image Codec
WLM= CompW
WMF= Windows & Aldus Metafile
WPG= Word Perfect Graphics
X= Stardent AVS X
X11= X Windows System window dump
XAR= Xara (images)
XBM= X11 BitMap
XCF= Gimp Bitmap
XIM= Xim file
XPM= X11 PixMap
XV= Khoros Visualization image file
XWD= X Windows System window dump
YUV= YUV 16Bits
ZBR= Zoner Zebra Metafile (preview)

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