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Cameras that support raw files usually come with their own software for converting raw to other formats such as TIFF or JPEG. Other conversion programs and plug-ins are available from vendors who have licensed the technology of the camera manufacturer, but also, by using reverse engineering, converters have been created to display images in some specific raw formats. A portable open source program is dcraw, which supports the raw format and can run on various operating systems but has not received support from camera manufacturers.

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    • Well Raw is the format our reflex cameras have to accurately collect the image as the sensor captures the camera, it is best to edit an image and be able to set all parameters without loss of options. Regards Carol.

  1. The formatting of digital images is interesting in part because you don’t get the same options from scanning older pictures as taking newer ones. In part also because you can do so much more with RAW files than JPEG or .tif

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    • Raw allows configuring all the parameters of an image, I only work with Raw, but when I pass the images to the wbs I convert them into Jpg with what they lose a lot. Also almost all, not to mention all reduce even more, one thing is to see it on the web and another the original file, greetings Doc.

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