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  • Graphics Interchange Format - Original specification describing the file layout as originated by CompuServe. Also known as Gif87a.
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  • The GIF Controversy - A 2004 article on the GIF controversy seen from a software developer's perspective. Includes original interviews, a historical perspective, and a detailed bibliography.
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  • The gif2png Home Page - Page prepared in 2003 about a program that converts files from GIF to PNG. The conversion preserves all graphic information, including transparency.
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  • Graphics Interchange Format - Provides detailed specification of file layout, encoding and decoding algorithm, and color space model for gif89a.
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  • True-Color GIF Example - Explains why it is commonly believed that GIF images are limited to 256 colors although this is false, and shows a True-Color example.
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  • US4558302 Patent - The now expired US patent that covered the LZW compression algorithm used in GIF images.
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