Difference between revisions of "ART"

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== File Format ==
 
== File Format ==
The first 2 bytes of an ART file consist of the ASCII characters "JG", likely for Johnson-Grace. The remainder of the format is unknown.
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Integers seem to be in little-endian format.
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0x00    (  +2) ASCII characters "JG", likely for Johnson-Grace
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0x0D    (  +2) width
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0x0F    (  +2) height
  
 
[[Category:Image Formats]]
 
[[Category:Image Formats]]
 
[[Category:Undiscovered Image Formats]]
 
[[Category:Undiscovered Image Formats]]

Revision as of 20:09, 30 July 2008

ART is an image format used on the America OnLine (AOL) service. The file format originated with a company named Johnson-Grace and was later acquired by AOL. Allegedly, the format is able to employ a number of different compression techniques depending on the characteristics of the image data.

File Format

Integers seem to be in little-endian format.

0x00     (  +2) ASCII characters "JG", likely for Johnson-Grace
...
0x0D     (  +2) width
0x0F     (  +2) height