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What Is Batch RAW Converter

batch RAW converter If you are an average computer user, you might have not even heard of RAW format. This is because RAW image format is specifically designed for professional photographers. It stores minimum data from digital devices like cameras, image scanners and motion picture film scanners and is rightfully referred to as “digital negatives.”

Photographers use RAW files to edit images and then deliver them to clients in more common formats, like JPEG or PNG. This is where image converter plays a crucial role. Since photographers make hundreds or even thousands of photographs during the events, they need to convert RAW in batch to save as much time as possible. This is why they prefer batch RAW converter to any other software.

One of the programs that many professional photographers choose is Factory Image Converter developed by My Format Factory. It is ideally suited for people who want to know how to convert RAW in batch. The program automatically performs file conversion, which means that all the user needs to do is select the images and target format.

Apart from the enabled batch conversion option, there are many other things that make Factory Image Converter so outstanding. First, it is very easy to use. The intuitive interface coupled with built-in wizard and online how-to articles make it easy for photographers and average users to master the program.

Second, it has a lot of functions. Factory Image Converter is capable of not only converting images, but also of rotating, resizing and cropping them. This converter can be used to process files saved in RAW as well as in over 3 dozen other formats, including BMP, DIB, RLE, JPEG, JFIF, JPG, JP2, JPC, PNG, PSD, PCD, TIFF, TIF, EMZ, PCX, DCX, TGA, TARGA, VDA, ICB, VST, WIN, CRW, NEF, PEF, RAF, RAW, BAY, ORF, SRF, and MRW.

Third, it is affordable. The free 30-day trial version of Factory Image Converter is available for download online. Do not hesitate and get Factory Image Converter now!

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