Subject: Re: Windows freeware to lock in a 3: or 4:3 aspect ratio for cropping
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Subject: Re: Windows freeware to lock in a 3: or 4:3 aspect ratio for cropping
Date: Mon, 19 Feb 2018 00:29:38 +0700
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On Sat, 17 Feb 2018 23:44:24 -0500, nospam wrote:
> 
> nope. a bmp is a representation of an image.

Nope. BMP is a container of an image.

>> It's what all other formats decompress
>> to.
> 
> false.

For you who uses Mac OS, that would be true - including *nix OSes. But not
for Windows and IBM OS/2.

> there
> is also the issue that a given raw format might not be readable at some
> point in the future, whereas jpeg always will be.

I find it difficult to believe that no software in the future will be able
to read older image formats - no matter how hard the software developers try
to.