Image Data Converter
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What is Image Data Converter?
Image Data Converter is an application that is included in device installers for Sony DSLR cameras. The application allows the user to convert “digital negatives” (raw files) into an editable vector image format, generally JPEG.
The application has the capability to reduce noise at high ISO range, for conversion of a raw file into a JPEG file. Also, users can adjust contrast and saturation to render images in sharper mode. When a compatible device is attached to the computer, and the program is launched, it displays images in a browser window as thumbnails. Details about the images are likewise displayed.
When a thumbnail is selected, it opens in the raw editing window. Users are provided with a selection of cropping tools: aspect ratio, image size (width and height), and inclination correction (via a slider to adjust angle).
The software may also be acquired from the Sony support website, particularly for users who need a compatible version to run on their Windows OS. Users are advised that not all versions can be run on any Windows OS. When the user registers their device, they can get a free download of a compatible version from the Sony website.
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File types supported by Image Data Converter
About file types supported by Image Data Converter
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Last updated: : May 26, 2013