.MIP files and developing a new tool
More things I've learned about the .mip file.

1) Byte 20 (size 4) is the average color of the image. I was able to recalculate this on several images.

2) The width and height of each subimage is the width and height of the previous subimage divided by 2 and rounded to the nearest integer.

3) There seem to be 4 extra bytes at the end of the file that are sometimes all zero but sometimes has values. Not sure yet if they mean anything.

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RE: .MIP files and developing a new tool - by checkpoint10 - 02-15-2019, 06:01 AM

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