If you are looking for Able RAWer, you have come to the right place. We explain what Able RAWer is and point you to the official download.
What is Able RAWer?
Able RAWer is a photo enhancement software primarily used to correct, tweak, enhance still images taken using digital cameras of different brands and different models. It is designed and developed by Graphic Region.
The software can easily be used as it is designed with user-friendly interface. It is likewise equipped with several functionalities to improve the overall look of a photograph. It can automatically detect and correct red-eyes and adjust the brightness of the color to make the appearance better and more realistic. It has blue and red scales which allow users to adjust the hue of the photos. A color chart is also provided and specific color changes are automatically presented to the users.The software can also detect flaws in the background setting and can prompt the users to execute the necessary changes.
Able RAWer has a white color balancer mode. The photos can be transferred from the source to any destination without the need to convert then as it supports several formats including raw, nef, x3f, bay, crw, dcr, and arw. The software is also integrated with an interpolation program to adjust the scale from low-quality to high-quality.
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File types supported by Able RAWer
Our users primarily use Able RAWer to open these file types:
About file types supported by Able RAWer
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Last updated: : July 9, 2013