The "Raw image data" import type in "File > Open" is just that (it is
not camera sensor data). But of course you have to specify how the date
is decoded (width, height, color channels, etc...)

On 03/08/2022 02:44, Carl Johnson via gimp-user-list wrote:
The concept of storage in Linux is a flat file space meaning a single
sequence of 1's and 0's which may be organized any which way for a defined
type standard. I was wondering how to open up any file as a binary so I
could 'visualize' it in GIMP or Audacity to help aid analysis of things
like heuristics or segmentations. I tried storing a different file as a
bitmap and opening it but it failed, any ideas?

Thank you for any help you can provide,


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