Device-Independent Bitmap Image
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What is a DIB file?
Microsoft developed the DIB format for use with the Windows and OS/2 (Operating System/2) operating systems. The format supports 1-, 4-, 8-, or 24-bit pixels for uncompressed images, and 4- or 8-bit pixels for RLE-compressed images. 24-bit DIB images use 8 bits for each RGB color.
How to open a DIB file
How to convert a DIB file
You can use Adobe Photoshop, GIMP, or XnViewMP to convert DIB files to other image formats. For example, XnViewMP can convert DIB images to the following formats (and many others):