|Pixar image format.|
Raster image format.
Legacy format used in computer animation production systems and in medical imaging.
PXR is an acronym derived from Pixar.
Stores images as RGB or grayscale bitmaps at a resolution of 8 bits per channel.
Does not use compression.
Developed in 1986 by Pixar for the Pixar Image Computer workstation.
|"Elements"||list of elements and options available in this file|
|"Rules"||full list of rules for each element and option|
|"Options"||list of rules for options, properties, and settings|
|"Data"||array of color values|
|"Graphics"||Graphics object representing an image|
|"GrayLevels"||array of normalized gray-level values|
|"RGBColorArray"||array of RGBColor objects|
Import a PXR bitmap and render it as a graphic:
Read raw color data from this file:
Show its dimensions:
Import the "ImageSize" element from the file:
Render the data as an ArrayPlot:
Import the bitmap as an array of RGBColor primitives and plot it:
Create a raster image using DensityPlot and export it to a PXR file:
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