Select Options to bring up the options dialog for the save format selected with Save Format. This control is disabled if the format you have selected doesn't have any selectable options.


For a detailed explanation of options for each format, select from the list below:


OS/2 Bitmap (BMP)

Windows Bitmap (BMP)

Windows Cursor (CUR)


Encapsulated PostScript (EPS)

Flexible Image Transport System (FITS)

CCITT Group 3 Facsimile (G3)

Graphics Interchange Format (GIF)

OS/2 Icon (ICO)

Windows Icon (ICO)

Electronic Arts IFF (IFF)

Digital Research GEM (IMG)

JPEG File Interchange Format (JPG)

OS/2 Boot Logo (LGO)

MacPaint (MAC)

Microsoft Paint (MSP)

ZSoft Paintbrush Format (PCX)

PC Paint/Pictor Format (PIC)

Softimage Picture File Format (PIC)

PBMPlus Portable Bitmap (PBM)

PBMPlus Portable Graymap (PGM)

PBMPlus Portable Pixmap (PPM)

PBMPlus Portable Anymap (PNM)

Portable Network Graphics (PNG)

Adobe Photoshop Document (PSD)

OS/2 Pointer (PTR)

Sun Raster (RAS)

Compuserve RLE (RLE)

Utah RLE (RLE)

SGI Image File Format (SGI)

Truevision Targa Format (TGA)

Tagged Interchange File Format (TIFF)

WAP Bitmap (WBMP)

WordPerfect Graphics (WPG)

X Bitmap (XBM)

X Pixmap (XPM)

X Window Dump (XWD)


Note: The color depth of the image you're saving will be the same or as close as possible to the currently selected depth. For instance, if you currently have selected Indexed 256-Color and you're saving a file in TGA format, the file will be saved as an 8-bit TGA. However, if you select RGB Deep Color the file will be saved as a 24-bit TGA. Files saved in a format like PCX that support 1, 2 and 4-bit data will be saved with the smallest number of bits possible. I.e. PMView will optimize your files for size and make them as small as possible.