Open CRW files with File Viewer Plus

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Do you need to open a CRW file?

File Viewer Plus can open and convert CRW (Canon RAW CIFF Image) files. It comes with various image editing features, which include custom controls and effects and resizing and cropping tools. You can also batch convert CRW images to JPEG, PNG, TIFF, GIF, and BMP formats.

Open, edit, and convert CRW files without Canon image viewing software. Try File Viewer Plus for free today!


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What is a .CRW file?

CRW files are raw images captured by select Canon digital cameras. The files store raw, uncompressed image data exactly how the Charged Coupled Device (CCD) sensor on the camera captures it. Professional photographers often prefer working with RAW images, like CRW images, since they can more accurately edit the pictures.

Even if you are not a Canon photographer, you may still encounter a CRW file. For example, you might receive a CRW image from a friend or co-worker who uses a Canon digital camera. You may also download a CRW file from an image-sharing website. Whatever the case may be, File Viewer Plus is an excellent tool for opening and editing CRW images. You can also convert them to one of several more common image formats.

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About File Viewer Plus

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