What is fpx?
The FPX extension, short for FlashPix, is a bitmap file developed by Kodak along with its partners like Microsoft, Hewlett-Packerd and Live Picture. It is a bitmap image format that has been optimized for the use within digital photography and can be opened by the applications that are included with the digital cameras of Kodak. Mime type: application/vnd.fpx, application/vnd.netfpx, image/x-fpx, image/fpx, image/vnd.fpx
What is p7?
A p7 file is a XV Visual Schnauzer Thumbnail format. XV is an image manipulation software application for the X Window System. It gives you a visual interface to the UNIX file system and enables you to view tiny thumbnails of your image files, directories, and other files. Mime-type: application/octet-stream
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