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    7 <title>Format Option</title>
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   14 <hr />
   15 <p>When reading your image, the format is determined implicitedly
   16 typically by the first few bytes of the file. However in some
   17 cases, the format cannot be determined. This is true for raw image
   18 formats such as RGB, GRAY, or CMYK. Typically you will only need to
   19 specify an explicit image format for raw images. Otherwise, do not
   20 explicitly choose the image format and it will be determined
   21 automatically for you.</p>
   22 <p>These formats behave uniquely</p>
   23 <pre class="text">
   24   gradient
   25   plasma
   26   xc
   27 </pre>
   28 <p>in that the filename is a color or color range. For example, if
   29 you select the <tt>plasma</tt> format, you might define the
   30 filename as</p>
   31 <pre class="text">
   32   blue-yellow
   33 </pre>
   34 <p>Or suppose you want a red canvas that is 512 pixels in width and
   35 480 pixels in height. Set Filename to <tt>red</tt>, Size to
   36 <tt>512x480</tt>, and Format to <tt>xc</tt>.</p>
   37 <p>For the pattern format, choose from these patterns (set the
   38 filename to one of these names):</p>
   39 <pre class="text">
   40   bricks
   41   checkerboard
   42   circles
   43   crosshatch30
   44   crosshatch45
   45   crosshatch
   46   fishscales
   47   gray0
   48   gray100
   49   gray10
   50   gray15
   51   gray20
   52   gray25
   53   gray30
   54   gray35
   55   gray40
   56   gray45
   57   gray50
   58   gray55
   59   gray5
   60   gray60
   61   gray65
   62   gray70
   63   gray75
   64   gray80
   65   gray85
   66   gray90
   67   gray95
   68   hexagons
   69   horizontal
   70   horizontalsaw
   71   hs_bdiagonal
   72   hs_cross
   73   hs_diagcross
   74   hs_fdiagonal
   75   hs_horizontal
   76   hs_vertical
   77   left30
   78   left45
   79   leftshingle
   80   octagons
   81   right30
   82   right45
   83   rightshingle
   84   smallfishscales
   85   verticalbricks
   86   verticalleftshingle
   87   vertical
   88   verticalrightshingle
   89   verticalsaw
   90 </pre>
   91 <p>Two additional formats include a granite texture and the
   92 netscape color cube:</p>
   93 <pre class="text">
   94   granite
   95   netscape
   96 </pre>
   97 <p>You might want to convert your image to a differing image
   98 format. Just select the appropriate format from the scroll list on
   99 the <em>Output</em> tool page and press <b>output</b>. For a
  100 complete list of image formats supported by <b>ImaegMagick
  101 Studio</b> see
  102 <a href="https://imagemagick.org/www/formats.html"
  103 target="help">this page</a>.</p>
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