Convert Ico To Exif
Download and install the latest version of Filestar.
Right click on one or more Ico file(s) on your desktop and select Convert with Filestar.
Type convert to exif in the search box.
What is the difference between .ico and .exif?
- Raster Image
- An ICO file is an image format used to store icons for Windows programs, files, and folders. It contains two bitmaps: 1) the AND bitmap - the image mask (which determines what part of the icon is transparent) and 2) the XOR bitmap - contains the icon which is mapped onto the image mask. ICO files can be modified to create custom icons.
- Information file that contains metadata about an image captured with a digital camera; may include information such as the camera model, shutter speed, aperture, exposure, ISO, focal length, flash on/off, and other information.
- MIME Type