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Graphics File Formats FAQ (Part 3 of 4): Where to Get File Format Specifications
Section - FLASHPIX

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  Compression: JPEG
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   Maintainer: Kodak http://www.kodak.com/
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FLASHPIX is Kodak's latest "will do everything you will ever need" graphical
file format. It is based on the Microsoft OLE Structured Storage format that
all of Microsoft's newer data files use. The file format will be officially
released by Kodak in late September 1996 in cooperation with Microsoft,
Hewlett-Packard, and Live Picture.

You can get a marketing-oriented whitepaper that contains a very simple
techinical overview of the FLASHPIX format at:

  http://www.kodak.com/aboutKodak/cmo/drg/productsTechnologies/niftyTech.shtml

A two-page write up of FLASHPIX also appears in Photo Electronic Imaging
Magazine (Vol. 29, No. 7, 1996, pp. 18,22).

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