A DIB is a representation (that consists of rows and columns of dots) of a graphics image in computer memory.The value of each dot (filled in or not) is stored in one or more bits of data.
You want the contents of the Clipboard to appear as a Portable Network Graphics (PNG) picture.
The PNG file format is similar to GIF but it provides better color support.
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Unlike GIF files, PNG does not support animation, and some older web browsers and applications do not support PNG.
You want the contents of the Clipboard to appear as a Device Independent Bitmap (DIB), such as a slide acting as a graphic for use on web pages.
You want the contents of the Clipboard to appear as a bitmap.
The Microsoft Windows BMP format can display millions of colors.
I had to zoom the browser window to be able to see the time stamp/lapse in the media tile to compare to the expanded image.
You'll notice a difference in the time stamps between the media tile in the background and the expanded image in the foreground when it is clicked.
You want the contents of the Clipboard to appear as a Joint Photographic Experts Group (JPEG) picture.