Open DNG files with File Viewer Plus

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Do you need to open a DNG file?

File Viewer Plus can open DNG (Digital Negative) image files and comes with various image editing features. You can also use the program to batch convert DNG images to other formats, such as JPEG, PNG, TIFF, GIF, and BMP.

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What is a .DNG file?

DNG files are RAW images saved in the Digital Negative (DNG) format. The photos may be captured by various digital cameras, including Hasselblad, Pentax, and Leica models, or exported by image conversion software. Adobe developed the DNG format to be a universal format for storing RAW images, similar to how the PDF format is utilized to save documents in a universal format.

Professional photographers are the most common users of DNG files because they store images in an uncompressed format that maintains high image quality. However, even if you are not a professional photographer, you may still encounter a DNG file. For example, you might download it from an image-sharing website or receive a DNG image from a friend who is enthusiastic about photography.

Whatever the case, File Viewer Plus allows you to view DNG images, modify them with various custom controls and effects, and convert them to one of several more common image formats.

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About File Viewer Plus

File Viewer Plus is a universal file viewer for Windows. Why pay for many software programs and clutter your PC when you only need one? File Viewer Plus supports over 400 file types. No longer do you need to buy extra software or install shady programs to open unknown or unique file types. File Viewer Plus also enables you to edit, save, print, and quickly convert your files.

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