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Graphics Interchange Format is a bitmap [[image format]] widely used on the web for logos, graphics and simple animated images. There where patent issues in the past. Read more on Wikipedia: [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/GIF].
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{{Glossary|Graphics Interchange Format. An [[Image format]] introduced by compuserve.}}
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Graphics Interchange Format is a bitmap [[image format]] widely used on the web for logos, graphics and simple animated images. There where patent issues in the past. Read more on Wikipedia: [[w:GIF]].
  
 
GIF has not much use in panoramic imaging. However, it is used by [[PTViewer]] to display buttons and (possibly animated) [[hotspots|hotspot]] graphics.
 
GIF has not much use in panoramic imaging. However, it is used by [[PTViewer]] to display buttons and (possibly animated) [[hotspots|hotspot]] graphics.
 
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Latest revision as of 16:39, 20 November 2007


Graphics Interchange Format is a bitmap image format widely used on the web for logos, graphics and simple animated images. There where patent issues in the past. Read more on Wikipedia: w:GIF.

GIF has not much use in panoramic imaging. However, it is used by PTViewer to display buttons and (possibly animated) hotspot graphics.