GIF is the acronym of “Graphics Interchange Format”. This bitmap image format was developed by CompuServe back in 1987. It’s a popular image format on the Internet for its wide support base and portability.
The file format supports up to 8 bits per pixel in images which allows 256 different colors from the 24-bit RGB color space to be used in a single image. Previously it was often used for transparent pictures, but has in recent years been replaced by PNG and WebP formats.
GIF file is well known for containing animated image data. It’s also used for logos and images with sharp lines and edges. The format uses a lossless compression but the size of the file can be significantly small. ImagePrint is a great application for adjusting this kind of pictures.
How to open GIF images with ImagePrint:
- Launch Coragi ImagePrint
- Choose Insert > Image
- Find the image file you wish to open
- Select the file(s)
- Edit and save your file