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What You Need to Convert ORF to JPEG

Convert ORF to JPEG

Windows 2000/NT/XP/2003/Vista/7

Do you own an Olympus digital camera? If you do, you certainly know that this device usually saves image files in ORF format. ORF is a raw format used by all Olympus cameras and, as a general rule, is not compatible with traditional software for image viewing. Also, ORF files are difficult to store as they are much larger than JPEG, GIF or, letís say, TIFF files.

If you want to easily view ORF files and save your hard drive space, you might want to convert ORF to JPEG. To do so, you can either download and install official codec released by Olympus or download and install ORF JPEG converter. Or, you can do both.

ORF converter is a great tool for anyone who owns Olympus camera. However, if you choose to download Factory Image Converter you will see that it is very useful for anyone who deals with digital images. This tool developed by My Format Factory will give you an opportunity to:

  1. convert images saved not only in ORF. You will also be able to process BMP, DIB, RLE, JPEG, PNG, PSD, PCD, TIFF, ICO, GIF, WMF, CUT, PXM, SRF, MRW and other formats;
  2. convert images not only to JPEG, but also to such popular formats as BMP, ICO, PNG, GIF, TIFF, RAW, PCX, PXM, TGA, PDF and such rare formats as AVS, DOT, FITS, HDF, MIFF, SGI, SVG, VIFF, XBM, GUMP XCF, XPM and more;
  3. edit images by cropping, resizing and rotating them. You will also be able to add watermarks and stamp to protect photographs from unauthorized use;
  4. convert up to 500 hundreds of images at a time with the help of batch conversion option.

There is no need to spend hundreds of dollars on expensive conversion software or applications like Photoshop or CorelDraw to simply convert files. Download your free trial version of Factory Image Converter now and enjoy it for 30 days! There is no obligation or hidden fees, so do not hesitate, take advantage of this unique offer right now!

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