JPM to SGI

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JPM to SGI

Useful information about JPM

Extension: JPM
Name: JPM File Format
Mime Type: image/jpm
Converter: JPM Converter
Description: The JPM file format is defined by ISO/IEC 15444-6:2003 – the JPEG 2000 image coding system – Part 6: Compound image file format. A compound image may contain scanned images, synthetic images or both, requiring a mix of continuous tone and bi-level compression methods. The JPM file format defines a composition model that describes the method of combining multiple images to generate a compound image using the multi-layer Mixed Raster Content (MRC) imaging model, defined in ITU-T T.44 | ISO/IEC 16485. - Source

Useful information about SGI

Extension: SGI
Name: Silicon Graphics Image
Mime Type: image/sgi
Converter: SGI Converter
Description: Silicon Graphics Image (SGI) or the RGB file format is the native raster graphics file format for Silicon Graphics workstations. The format was invented by Paul Haeberli. It can be run-length encoded (RLE). FFmpeg and ImageMagick, among others, support this format. - Source