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While in Paint.NET it's 32-bit RGBA.

When you save it, the file is formatted to whatever you specify.

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Sounds like one of the DDS variants. If it doesn't appear in the list (when saving as a DDS) then, as Rick said, it's not possible.

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Just checked. Third variant from the bottom of the DDS list is A4R4G4B4 - I'm guessing this is the same.

You need to use File | Save As... to open the save dialog then select the DDS extension from the drop down list in that dialog. Specify a filename (and all that) then click OK.

When the DDS dialog opens, scroll to the bottom of the list of variants to find the one I indicated. Select it and save.

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