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Format conversion of RAW file

Posted In MS office - By Jack on Thursday, September 22nd, 2011 With No Comments »

RAW is a digital format (also known as digital photo negative), including all camera data electronically and store all information received sensor camera. RAW in English means raw, unwashed, not abbreviation. The data collected should be handled in a way that can create an image view, like the need to process film negatives to produce prints.

The good news for you is that Microsoft has released a free installation package Camera Codec Pack for Windows users can view the RAW files within Windows Explorer and word processing applications Windows Live Photo Gallery 2011. You can download Camera Codec Pack here and see a list of 120 RAW format image files from Canon cameras, Nikon, Sony, Olympus, Pentak, Leica, Minolta, Panasonic and Epson support the installation package here ).

To convert the RAW files, you can refer to the following free software: RawTherapee. RawTherapee latest version 3 platform supports both 32-bit and 64-bit operating systems including Windows, Linux and Mac OS X 10.6.

RawTherapee 3-speed display and process RAW files pretty fast, it also comes with image editing functions simply as exposure adjustment, worked out the details, noise, cropping and color correction, brightness. This version also changed to use light instead of RGB values. It can remove the color parameters if necessary. You can view detailed information and RAW file meta data through RawTherapee.

RawTherapee is a software utility is indispensable for photographers.

Editing RAW images on RawTherapee 3 instead of the commercial software Adobe A note was RawTherapee is recommended when using your computer’s RAM should have at least 4GB and not for more than 200 RAW files into the same directory (folder) to see the RawTherapee. Detail information about RawTherapee 3 here.

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