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Name MAKIchan Graphics File
Other names  
Identifiers PUID:  fmt/1469
Classification Image (Raster)
Description MAKIchan is a family of raster image file formats developed in the early 1990s by Woody-Rinn, a Japanese software developer. The first specificaiton, MAKI v1, refers and relates to .mki files. The second specificaiton, MAKI v2, is for .mag and .max files, with the latter supporting higher resolutions, as well as the native YJK colour model for MSX2 computers.
Byte order  
Related file formats Has priority over MPEG 1/2 Audio Layer 3  
Has priority over 3DS Max  
Technical Environment  
Supported until  
Format Risk  
Developed by None.
Supported by None.
Source The National Archives and Records Administration / The National Archives and Records Administration
Source date 16 Oct 2021
Source description  
Last updated 16 Oct 2021
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