.bmp vs .png vs .jpeg (Full Version)

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CSO_Talorgan -> .bmp vs .png vs .jpeg (12/1/2012 11:58:51 AM)

I am guessing that that deciding what file format to use is a simple case of file size and detail; the bigger the file the more detailed the image is likely to be?

mgaffn1 -> RE: .bmp vs .png vs .jpeg (12/5/2012 5:48:49 PM)

I do my graphic work on a mac, then import into my "gaming" pc, and have found that using the png format has caused the least amount of troubles. (Don't know why, only know from trial & error.)
good luck --

CSO_Talorgan -> RE: .bmp vs .png vs .jpeg (2/20/2013 9:13:02 PM)


ernieschwitz -> RE: .bmp vs .png vs .jpeg (2/20/2013 9:44:05 PM)

Actually, if one wants to use transparant pictures, such as the ones used by stock atg, one might want to stick to PNGs. JPGs donīt have a transparancy i think, and neither does BMP, and if i recall correctly, BMPs are uncompressed.

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