APT file extension - APT encoded bitmap file
What is apt file? How to open apt files?
File type specification:
The APT file extension is used for APT encoded bitmap files. APT stands for Adaptive Prediction Trees. It is a general-purpose image coding method for lossless and lossy compression. It codes monochrome and colour images with bit depths from 1 to 16 bits per component.
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Adaptive Prediction Trees (APT) is a general-purpose image coding method for both lossless and lossy compression.
List of software applications associated to the .apt file extension
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- Open apt file
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