What is a PAM File?
The PAM format is an extension of the Portable Any Map (PNM) format and is a 2D bitmap image that stores uncompressed pixel map data for black and white, RGB, and grayscale images.
This file format is primarily used in UNIX-based operating systems. Although the image data in a .PAM file is in binary, the header begins with several lines of data in ASCII plain text.
There is another .PAM file format created by PopCap Games to display animations in their games. Those can neither be opened nor edited at the moment through any means.
Download PAM Sample Files
You can download the .PAM sample files by clicking on the link below. These are available in different colors and sizes.