ZSoft corp image file format
The PCX format stands for “Picture Exchange”. The PCX file format was widely used as the standard for images on the DOS platform. It also served as the native file type for PC Paintbrush. Even though it's been replaced with newer image formats like PNG and BMP, it continues to be used by a number of fax and scanning programs.
How to Open a PCX File. The PCX file is the built-in format used by the MS-DOS program PC Paintbrush from ZSoft, but other software support the format, too, including GIMP, ImageMagick, IrfanView, Adobe Photoshop, PaintShop Pro, and XnView. The default image viewer in Windows may be able to open the file as well.
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PCX image data are compressed using run-length encoding (RLE), a simple lossless compression algorithm that collapses a series of three or more consecutive bytes with identical values into a two-byte pair.
PCX, an acronym for Picture Exchange, is a raster image file type, which means that it uses color pixels to display images. The other main type of image format is vector, which creates visuals using a complex structure of points, lines, graphs, and formulas.
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