.AAI File Extension

Dune HD AAI Image

Developer Dune HD
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What is a AAI file?

An AAI file is a raster image used by Dune HD media players to display images with transparency, such as icons for Internet radio stations or channels. It stores 32-bit RGBA image data, which is based on the RGB model and includes an alpha channel for transparency. Users will likely only encounter AAI files if they are attempting to modify graphics in a Dune HD media player.

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Screenshot of a .aai file in AAImageViewer 1
AAI file open in AAImageViewer 1

Dune HD specializes in media players for organizing, playing, and streaming media to televisions. Models include BOXY, Ultra Vision 4K, and Magic 4K Plus.

Typically, the Dune HD media players organize AAI images into folders based on the content for which they are designed. For example, information for an Internet radio station may be saved in the "Station1" folder, which includes a .TXT file describing the visualization parameters and the AAI image for the station's icon (likely named icon.aai).

Converting images to AAI format

The AAImageGen app available from Dune HD allows you to convert images, such as .JPG, .PNG, and .BMP, to the AAI format. The tool can run on Windows.

NOTE: The maximum AAI image size is 2047 x 2047 pixels.

How to open a AAI file

Primarily, Dune HD media players reference AAI files to display images for their content. However, if you are looking to open AAI files on a computer, you can use AAImageViewer in Windows. To open an AAI file, select File → Open.

How to convert a AAI file

AAImageGen can convert AAI files to .PNG images. To convert an AAI file, select Open and choose the AAI file you want to convert. You can also drag and drop the AAI file onto the app.

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Programs that open or reference AAI files

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