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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/GIF

The Graphics Interchange Format is a bitmap image format that was ..... Paint does not make optimal use of GIF; due to the unnecessarily ... a full 256 colors instead of the used 2) and symbol width, this GIF file is ...

www.thoughtco.com/gif-files-meaning-1697396

GIF files are commonly used on the internet, along with several other file formats such ... GIF files can contain animation, creating files known as animated GIFs.

users.wfu.edu/matthews/misc/jpg_vs_gif/JpgVsGif.html

The GIF file is 2.4 times bigger than the JPG, but is clearly of lower quality. ... GIF can make flawless copy at high compression as long as the image contains ... An often hotly debated issue is whether JPG should ever be used for archiving ...

info.eps.surrey.ac.uk/FAQ/standards.html

When should I use JPEG, and when should I stick with GIF? ... This means that the image maker can trade off file size against output image quality.

searchmicroservices.techtarget.com/definition/animated-GIF-Graphics-Interchange-Format

An animated GIF (Graphics Interchange Format) file is a graphic image on a Web ... and other tools can be used to achieve the same effects as an animated GIF.

www.lifewire.com/gif-file-4116104

Dec 21, 2016 ... Some other programs for Windows that can open GIF files are Adobe's Photoshop ... This can be useful if the GIF is being used on a website.

css-tricks.com/when-to-use-jpg-and-when-to-use-gif

Oct 5, 2007 ... PNG's can't do animation like GIF can, but are often lower in file size. ... In the past I have usually used jpegs for logos and used gifs for other ...

lifehacker.com/learn-when-to-use-jpeg-gif-or-png-with-this-graphic-1669336151

Dec 10, 2014 ... When working with images, certain file formats may be better than ... This infographic showcases the best uses for JPEG, GIF, and PNG file ...

www.bricklin.com/webphotojournals/gifvsjpeg.htm

Jun 30, 1999 ... GIF and JPEG (JPG) image formats are different. ... GIFs are rarely used for large images on web pages because the ... compression will not be noticeable on web pages, but the larger file size will slow loading substantially.