Convert FTS to DIB
Convert FTS pictures to DIB format, edit and optimize pictures online and free.
FTS and FITS both stand for an identical format. FITS format is an open standard created by IAU FITS Working Group in 1981 to store and transmit astronomical data. It is the most used digital file format in astronomy and has evolved with several versions since its first release.
DIB is a raster graphics file format developed by Microsoft in 1987, as Windows 2.0 was being developed. It was designed to store bitmaps in a Device Independent Bitmap (DIB) file, making it easy for Windows to view it on different displays without using graphics adapters.
Start uploading a FTS picture by clicking the Choose File button or drag & dropping your FTS file.
Before clicking the Convert button, use any available FTS to DIB tools.
You will be redirected to the download page to see the conversion status and download your DIB file.
Rotate FTS to right (90° clockwise), to left (90° counter-clockwise), 180°, and convert it to DIB .
Flip FTS vertically and/or horizontally (flop), and convert it to DIB .
To change FTS format to DIB, upload your FTS file to proceed to the preview page. Use any available tools if you want to edit and manipulate your FTS file. Click on the convert button and wait for the convert to complete. Download the converted DIB file afterward.