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What is a SIX file?
DEC created the Sixel format for use on terminals and printers released in the 1980s. For example, the VT200 and VT300 series terminals can display images saved in the Sixel format.
Each Sixel image, or SIX file, is comprised of binary data encoded into strings of six-bit numbers. Each number is then converted into an ASCII character. Programs that can read the Sixel format convert these ASCII character strings into raster images.
How to open a SIX file
How to convert a SIX file
You can use ImageMagick to convert SIX files to other image formats, including: