SGI to PAM

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SGI to PAM

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

Useful information about PAM

Extension: PAM
Name: Portable Arbitrary Map
Mime Type: image/x-portable-arbitrarymap
Converter: PAM Converter
Description: A PAM image describes a two dimensional grid of tuples. The tuples are arranged in rows and columns. The width of the image is the number of columns. The height of the image is the number of rows. All rows are the same width and all columns are the same height. The tuples may have any degree, but all tuples have the same degree. The degree of the tuples is called the depth of the image. Each member of a tuple is called a sample. A sample is an unsigned integer which represents a locus along a scale which starts at zero and ends at a certain maximum value called the maxval. The maxval is the same for every sample in the image. The two dimensional array of all the Nth samples of each tuple is called the Nth plane or Nth channel of the image. - Source