.SUNIFF File Extension

A .SUNIFF file is a Sun TAAC IFF Image, created by Sun Microsystems.

Open with XnViewMP. Available for Linux, Windows, and Mac.

What is a .SUNIFF file?

A .SUNIFF file is a type of image file known as a Sun TAAC IFF Image. This format is used to store raster images, which are pictures made up of pixels, like the photos you see on a digital camera or smartphone. The SUNIFF format can hold images that use a color palette, full RGB (red, green, blue) color, or RGBA (red, green, blue, alpha, where alpha represents transparency) color. These files do not compress their data, meaning they maintain the original quality of the image but might take up more space on your computer.

To view or manage .SUNIFF files, you can use software programs like XnViewMP or Logipole Konvertor. XnViewMP is particularly popular for handling this file type and can be used for viewing, editing, and converting the images to other formats. Logipole Konvertor is another program that supports .SUNIFF files, offering features to view and convert them into different image formats.


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