CCX (Corel)

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== Disambiguation ==
 
== Disambiguation ==
Some format lists say there is a '''CPX'''/.cpx format, described as "CMX compressed", but evidence is lacking.
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Corel says[https://support.corel.com/hc/en-us/articles/115005407707-CorelDRAW-Graphics-Suite-X8-Supported-file-formats] that the ''Corel ArtShow 5'' book+CD product used a CPX format. More research may be needed here.
 
Corel says[https://support.corel.com/hc/en-us/articles/115005407707-CorelDRAW-Graphics-Suite-X8-Supported-file-formats] that the ''Corel ArtShow 5'' book+CD product used a CPX format. More research may be needed here.

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File Format
Name CCX (Corel)
Ontology
Extension(s) .ccx

Corel CCX is a vector graphics file format, used for example in the Corel Gallery 1 Million clip art collection. It is a compressed form of CMX (Corel Presentation Exchange).

See also Corel Gallery.

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[edit] Disambiguation

Some format lists say there is a CPX/.cpx format, described as "CMX compressed", but evidence is lacking.

Corel says[1] that the Corel ArtShow 5 book+CD product used a CPX format. More research may be needed here.

[edit] Format details

CCX is based on RIFF, with some of the RIFF structure compressed inside a special "pack" chunk. It (usually?) uses zlib compression.

[edit] Identification

CMX files start with "RIFF", and have "CDRX" at offset 8.

[edit] Sample files

[edit] Software

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