PNG

Stands for Portable Network Graphics. It's a bitmap file format that was originally developed for website graphics, as full-colour alternative to GIF (which is limited to 256 colours). It supports 24-bit RGB colours but not the CMYK print set. It can hold alpha channels, so objects can display on a website as cutouts. The compression is lossless.

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