Windows Media Format files are audio/video files encoded with the Windows Media Encoder, providing high quality and media security for streaming and download-and-play applications on PCs, set-top boxes, and portable devices. Windows Media Format comprises Windows Media Audio and Video codecs, an optional integrated digital rights management (DRM) system, and a file container. Microsoft WMF Information
Windows Metafile ( glossary)
Windows Metafiles A type of vector graphic used in Windows applications such as Word and Power Point.
Short for Windows Media Format, a Microsoft file format for encoding digital audio files similar to MP3 though can compress files at a higher rate than MP3. WMF files, which use the .wmf or .wma file extensions, can be of any size compressed to match many different connection speeds, or bandwidths. The Windows Media player supports many older encoding formats, including Cinepak, AVI, JPEG, and MPEG-1 along with a proprietary version of MPEG-4.
Windows Meta File
indows etafile is like an ordinary CGM metafile but possibly containing structures that make it specific to MS-Windows. It is not really more capable than the ordinary CGM format, but less portable and therefore less desirable.
A popular format for metafiles.
Windows Metafile Format. Is a vectored Windows format that may also contain a raster image. When read many applications turn the image to a raster image.
Windows metafile. A Microsoft Windows format, usually used for interchange of image data between Windows software, and rarely used as an end format. PC suffix .wmf
Windows MetaFile. File type that uses vectors to store and represent images; can be imported and used by some engraving programs.
See Windows Metafile Format
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"Windows Metafile" An image file format that was to facilitate the exchange of graphic information between applications in the Microsoft Windows operating system. The WMF format is capable of storing a decent looking screen image and the complete vector data (precise mathematical definition) of a file. So far WMF has not yet gained the universal support among Windows applications that Microsoft was originally aiming for, but never bet against Microsoft.
("W-M-F") Acronyn for Microsoft's Windows MetaFile Format.
Windows Metafile Format. Vector graphics format used in Microsoft products. Format of choice for Microsoft clip-art collections.
Windows Metafile Format — a graphic file format that supports both vector (drawing-based) and raster (bitmapped) files in Windows applications.
A format for compression of graphic images that is used by Windows applications.
Windows Metafile Format. A graphic file format that can hold both vector and bitmap images. It is used primarily to exchange graphics between Microsoft Windows applications.
Author: Microsoft® Computer Vector image file encoded as a Microsoft Windows Metafile.
(Windows Metafile Format) A vector graphics format for Windows-compatible computers used mostly for word-processing clip art.
Windows Metafile Format (file name extension) [Microsoft
A Windows file format that holds vector graphics, bitmaps and text. It uses the .WMF file extension for 16-bit Windows and the .EMF extension for 32-bit Windows. The Windows Metafile is Windows' native vector format.
(*.wmf) â€“ Windows metafile format. A Microsoft Windows format usually used for interchange of image data between various Windows software programs and rarely used as a final format.
Windows Metafile Format. A vector graphics format designed to be portable from one PC-based program to another.
Windows Media Format. Audio or video files encoded with Windows Media Encoder. The result of the encoding is a high-quality, secure media file for streaming or downloading.
A standard format for presenting data received through a paging system to mobile computers. The application at the MED uses this format to encode binary data and control information sent to a remote device. This information is received completely intact by the MCD.