The Corel Presentation Exchange file format is the presentation format of the CorelSuite applications. It is a recording of the display primitives of an application to a display interface. The CMX format supports Intel and Motorola binary formats.
CMX adopts the Resource Interchange File Format (RIFF). The entire CMX file is enclosed within either the RIFF or RIFX form, depending on the platform.
This file format is not supported in the non-vector toolkits. Read support for this format is provided in the LEADTOOLS Vector Imaging Pro toolkit and is unlocked when the Vector features are unlocked.
The default extension used by this format is: CMX.
This file format is supported by CorelDraw.
LEAD supports versions 5, 6, 7, and 8 of this format.
This file format does support layers. LEAD does not support RImage.
File constants associated with this file format are:
|Constant||Read Support||Write Support||Description|
|FILE_CMX||Yes||No|| Corel Presentation Exchange Format.|
When CMX files are rasterized, they are 24 BPP.
The following table indicates which objects LEAD can load and which objects it can save:
Required DLL: LFCMX. For a listing of the exact DLLs needed, based on the toolkit version, refer to Files To Be Included With Your Application.
Related Formats: CGM - Computer Graphics Metafile, DGN - Intergraph Format, DRW - Micrografx Designer DRaWing, DWF - DWF Format, DWG - DWG Format, DXF - Drawing Interchange Format, EMF - Windows Metafile Formats, GBR - Gerber Format, PCL - Printer Command Language Format, PCT - Macintosh Pict Format, PDF - Portable Document Format, PLT - PLT / HPGL Format, PS - PostScript Document Format, RTF - Rich Text Format, PDF - Portable Document Format PS - PostScript Document Format RTF - Rich Text Format, SHP - ESRI Shape Format, SVG - Scalable Vector Graphics Format, VEC - LEADTOOLS Vector Dump Format, VPG - WordPerfect Vector Format, WMF - Windows Metafile Formats, WMZ - Compressed Windows Metafile Format, NAP - North American Presentation Layer Protocol Syntax (NAPLPS), MIF - MapInfo Interchange File Format, E00 - ArcInfo Interchange File Format