Tool to convert cpBitmap files. cpBitmap is a proprietary format for image files used by Apple devices running iOS (iPhone, iPad)
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The cpbitmap format is used by Apple on iDevices such as the iPhone or the iPad. Technically simple (no compression), it is used, on some iOS (Apple operating systems), to save images.
Example: Files such as LockBackground.cpbitmap (background image for the lockscreen) or HomeBackground.cpbitmap (background image for icons' dock) are in cpbitmap format.
Similar to Bitmap (BMP) format cpbitmap images are encoded over 3 RGB channels (Red, Green, Blue) in reverse order (the first pixels are on the bottom left of the image and information on the image size are at the end).
The cpbitmap format is an image format used on iPhones or iPads, but Apple does not offer a reader or viewing app. The only way to open .cpbitmap files is to convert them to JPG or PNG format.
There have been several versions of the Cpbitmap format and not all of them are supported. In addition, some images are encrypted and not readable, the program displays an error and can not convert it to PNG or JPG. Finally, images of several million pixels will cause a memory error.
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CPBitmap Image on dCode.fr [online website], retrieved on 2023-09-21,