TGA - Targa Graphic was originally designed by Truevision in the early 1980s. Targa is an acronym that stands for Truevision Advanced Raster Graphics Adapter and the program was used in some of the first video software programs.
As time went on, the company continued to improve and update this program. Now, TGA - Targa Graphic can support up to 32 bits per pixel, has a maximum limit of 24 bits for RGB colors and an eight bit alpha channel. This program is commonly used by 3D video game creators to store texture files but the manufacturer has also added new extensions to the format, making Targa Graphic a good option for individuals who work with graphics creation. Some recent changes to this program include the addition of Alpha channel type, pixel aspect ratio and a number of other useful features.