List of Image Formats Supported by OpenCV

Below is the list of supported image formats in OpenCV. You should note that if you build OpenCV yourself you have the option to remove support for some of the types but out of the box OpenCV supports the following:

  • Windows bitmap (bmp)
  • Portable image formats (pbm, pgm, ppm)
  • Sun raster (sr, ras)
  • JPEG (jpeg, jpg, jpe)
  • JPEG 2000 (jp2)
  • TIFF files (tiff, tif)
  • Portable network graphics (png)

URList v1.0 for Windows


URList is free application written for Windows which allows you to export URLs from a Sitemap file which is located on the web or is downloaded to your computer.


  • Free
  • Easy to Use
  • Supports local and remote Sitemap files (XML)
  • Supports all Windows versions


How to Use

You can see the screenshots below for more information about using URList. It simply comes down to:

  1. Import you Sitemap (either from the Web or from your computer)
  2. Press Load to read the URLs
  3. Press Export to save List of URLs on the target website to a CSV file.


You can use the following button to Download URList for Windows:

URList v1.0 (24 MBs)

You can post your comments and questions below. Also please let me know if you find any issues in the program.

How to enumerate installed Windows Media Codecs in Qt

To get a list of all available Windows Media Codecs in Qt you have no other choice but to use C++ interfaces from Windows Media Format SDK. In this post I am sharing an example source code which allows you to do that in Qt. If you are developing using Qt and MSVC compilers for Windows then  you can definitely download this source code, build and run it for yourself.

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