Definitions for "FlashPix"
file format: originally designed by Eastman Kodak Company, is a bitmap format used mostly for digital photographs. It provides the ability to store several resolutions of an image in the same file. It also supports digital watermarks.
An image format developed by Kodak, Hewlett-Packard, Live Picture and Microsoft which offers multiple-resolution storage, and JPEG compression.
An image format that contains a number of resolutions, each of which is broken into tiles that can be edited and displayed independently.