This is an image file format that is used on PlayStation game consoles. It supports 4-, 8-, 16-, 24-, and 32-bit color. It is used in game software development and supports standard RGBA with transparency levels. GTA is the most well-known game series that uses TIM image files.
This is an image file format written in textual form in the C language. It is used in the X Windows System interface for remote connections, which is designed to serve clients and servers. This format can be used to store color and monochrome images.