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What Is Batch CRW Converter

batch CRW converter If you do not own a Canon camera, you might have never heard of CRW format. However, if you have one or plan to buy one, you might be interested to know that CRW is the format that Canon cameras save images in. This is a RAW format that many professional photographers prefer to use, but average computer users might find it very problematic to deal with images in CRW.

The main problem associated with CRW is its compatibility with image viewers. The programs that are compatible with CRW include, but are not limited to ZoomBrowser, Digital Photo Professional, Adobe Photoshop, Aperture, Adobe Lightroom, and Raw Therapee. None of them is available on Windows OS or Mac OS by default, which means that these applications need to be purchased for a lot of money.

However, there is an easy way to save time and money. Simply download image converter and have all the CRW files converted to the format of your choice! We suggest you try Factory Image Converter developed by My Format Factory. This converter is perfectly suited to convert CRW in batch as it has the batch conversion option enabled. Simply select as many images in CRW format as you like and choose the target format from over a dozen of available formats. CRW files can be converted to JPEG, BMP, GIF, TIFF, PNG, ICO, RAW, PCX, PXM, TGA, and PDF.

Also, you can use this batch CRW converter to edit images. Crop, rotate and resize files with the help of Factory Image Converter. You can even add watermarks to protect files from unauthorized use!

If you need to process files saved in formats, other than CRW, Factory Image Converter is there for you. Select any images saved in BMP, DIB, JP2, JPC, PNG, PSD, PCD, TIFF, TIF, EMZ, PCX, DCX, TGA and more to have them converted to one of the target formats supported by Factory Image Converter.

Get your free 30-day trial version of Factory Image Converter from My Format Factory official website to learn how to convert CRW in batch in no time!

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