Windows Animated Cursor

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File Format
Name Windows Animated Cursor
Ontology
Extension(s) .ani
MIME Type(s) application/x-navi-animation[1]
PRONOM fmt/386

Windows Animated Cursor Format (ANI) is an animated image format, mostly used for cursors (mouse pointer graphics) on Microsoft Windows.

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Format

ANI files use the RIFF container format. Individual frames can be encoded in ICO format, CUR format, or a "raw pixel data" format that does not seem to be fully documented.

Identification

Files begin with 'R' 'I' 'F' 'F' ?? ?? ?? ?? 'A' 'C' 'O' 'N'.

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References

  1. https://reposcope.com/mimetype/application/x-navi-animation
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