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1. Common formats

Image file formats provide a standardized method of organizing and storing image data. Here is a list of the common formats handled by our software:

JPG
JPEG
JPEG 2000
JP2
J2K
PNG
GIF
TIFF
TIF
PPM
BMP
PSD
MrSID
WBMP
XPM
PGM
PBM
TGA
TARGA
PCX
CUT
IFF
KOA
PCD
RAS
G3
ICO
DDS
JNG
MNG

2. RAW formats

Raw, which contain the original information captured by a camera sensor prior to any in-camera processing, have become popular due to their promise of greater flexibility and image quality. Serious photographers want to store raw in long-term image archives, because unlike standard JPEG's and TIFF's these represent the pure, unaltered capture. Here is a list of the RAW formats handled by Contenta Converter:

3FR
ARW
CR2
CRW
DCR
DNG
DRF
ERF
KDC
NEF
NRW
MEF
MOS
MRW
ORF
PEF
PTX
RAF
RAW
RW2
RWL
SR2
SRF
SRW
THM
X3F


3. Vector formats

Vector formats use geometrical primitives such as points, lines, curves, and shapes instead of pixels to represent images. A vector graphics program uses the mathematical formulae to construct the screen image. Since these formulae can produce an image scalable to any size and detail the quality of the image is only determined by the resolution of the display and the file size of vector data generating the image stays the same. Printing the image to paper will usually give a sharper, higher resolution output than printing it to the screen but can use exactly the same vector data file. Here is a list of the vector formats handled by Contenta Converter:

SVG
PDF
PS
EPS
QRP
WMF
AI


Stereo formats

The stereo formats consists of multiple images side by side for 3D reconstruction MPO
JPS
PNS



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