JBMP File Extension

File Type

JAmes OS Bitmap Image


JAmes OS


Raster Image Files





Details about the JBMP file

Files with the JBMP extension are found in 1 operating systems which include Windows. The JBMP extension was originally developed for the GIMP application. This is a program taken by The GIMP Team. The Microsoft Paint, James OS programs are also compatible with JBMP files and can be used to open them.

The data in the JBMP files are saved in the manner characteristic for Raster Image Files. The JBMP file extension can also be found in 522 in other file types and may not be supported by GIMP or similar programs. JAmes OS Bitmap Image is a file whose format was originally developed for the GIMP application by JAmes OS. This particular JAmes OS Bitmap Image file was most likely generated by the GIMP program.

Our tools for working with the JBMP file

JBMP File Extension

JBMP File Tools

What tools are we dealing with?

We provide some of the most important tools for working with the JBMP file. With their help you will be able to perform many operations on JBMP files. You can easily convert the file, preview its contents, or open and edit any JBMP file.

JBMP File Opener

One of the most used tools is JBMP opener. Here you will find a way to open your unknown JBMP file. Opening the JBMP file is just the beginning. Other file operations can be the next step.

JBMP File Viewer

To view the contents of the JBMP file use the JBMP Viewer tool instead of installing special software. Just go to the link provided and select your file. Next, our system will try to view the contents of the JBMP file.

JBMP File Converter

Try to convert the JBMP file to a different format if problems arise while working with the JBMP file. Converting the JBMP file will give you more options for editing the data in the file.

JBMP File Editor

JBMP editor helps in the process of editing the data in our file. It may happen that you will not have the full edit option and you will need to install software dedicated to making changes to the JBMP file. On the editor page you will find all the information you need to edit the JBMP file.



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