These are values used to specify an image file format in PxLFormatImage.
The file format is bitmap (.bmp).
The file format is TIFF (.tif)
The file format is the Adobe Photoshop format (.psd)
The file format is JPEG (high quality; 5% compression).
The output is an array of data similar to the BMP format but without the header. The data is in a Windows Device Independent Bitmap format. Windows DIB format is an array of data with 8bits per color channel or 24 bits per pixel in the order of blue, green, red, left to right, bottom to top (last row first).
Similar to IMAGE_FORMAT_RAW_RGB24, but the data is presented in a non-DIB format. More explicitly, the colors are in a red, green, blue order (left to right), top to bottom (last row last).The output is an array of data, beginning with the first row of the image.
Similar to IMAGE_FORMAT_RAW_RGB24_NON_DIB, but the colors are sequenced blue, green, then red (left to right).
The monochrome equivalent of IMAGE_FORMAT_RAW_BGR24, with data presented left to right, top to bottom (last row last).
The output is an array of data. Each pixel is a triplet of little-endian 16-bit values, starting at the top left pixel.