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DIB (stands for Device-Independent Bitmap) is a graphic file format particularly suited for storing bitmap digital photographs. Even though DIB images resemble BMP ones, they feature different header information.
Regularly, a 24-bit DIB file stores 8 bits, which can also be interpreted as being 1 byte for each RGB color.
In order to be able to create DIB images, users will require a specialized software application.