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What is an IPX file?
Image file created by IPIX image authoring tools, which are used to create 360 degree images; contains a full-360 degree, full-environment still photograph or rendering that has been stitched together from multiple images; stores settings for scripting, panning, zooming, and movement.
IPX files are used for creating virtual guided tours by photographers, architects, and realtors. They can be distributed by email or published on the Web and viewed with the IPX Plug-in Viewer. They may also be created as proof images with an overlaid watermark.
IPX image properties can be set for quality, width, height, and compression.