DIB (short for Device Independent Bitmap) is agraphic format created to be used for saving and storing bitmap digital images.
While DIB files compressed using the RLE algorithm can store 4 and 8 bits per pixel, uncompressed DIB images feature support for 1, 4, 8, and 24 bits per pixel.
Whenever they want to modify their DIB image, users will need to choose a compatible graphic editor that features built-in support for this specific image format.
DIB editors will allow their users to rotate, crop, or resize these raster images according to a user's needs.
In addition, one may also use DIB editors to quickly export images to more popular file formats.