corion.net (Wiki | FileFormats | RIFF) wrote:The RIFF (Resource interchange file format) format was created by Microsoft and is used by many applications like Windows, Corel Draw etc.. It is block structured, each block has a header ID and a size, so that even a program that works with an old version of the file format can skip the unknown parts of the file and work on the known parts of the file. All RIFF blocks begin on a word boundary so it might be necessary to skip an additional byte. In the present specification, only one RIFF block per file is allowed, and only the RIFF and LIST blocks may contain subblocks.
XnView supports plug-ins that means additional libraries which are used for reading or writing additional file formats or additional filtering effects. The plug-ins are available on the normal XnView Download page.
algasys wrote:I am sorry but... I can't found any plugins to download on this page. Only the main download of Xnview.
Where is the mistake I done?
The plug-ins have been moved to their own download page. Please follow the link "Format plugins" on the Windows download page. There are further links which point to Help files, additional language packs, and Addons.
I working on a plugin for wnview for a home made image format. These are 16 bits image files. Variation of a pixel [0; 65535]. I use "PluginsSDK-win" but I've not found documentation about it. When displaying images, there are color, I want it do be grayscale [0; 65535]. How can i do that ?
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