Open SRW files with File Viewer Plus

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Do you need to open an SRW file?

File Viewer Plus can open and convert SRW (Samsung Raw Image) files. In addition, it comes with several image editing features, which include custom controls and effects to adjust the contrast, sharpness, color, and brightness of the image. You can also use it to batch convert the images to JPEG, PNG, TIFF, GIF, and BMP formats.

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What is an .SRW file?

SRW files are raw images captured by various Samsung digital cameras, such as the NX-300M and GX20 models. The files contain raw image data captured by the sensor on the Samsung digital camera precisely as it appears. Samsung Raw images are saved in an uncompressed format to maintain the highest image quality. They can also be more accurately edited than compressed images, making them common among professional photographers.

Even if you are not a professional photographer, you might still encounter SRW files. For example, you may receive photos from a friend or co-worker who owns a Samsung digital camera, or you may download images from a photo-sharing website. You can use File Viewer Plus to open and edit SRW images with various editing tools and effects. You can also convert SRW images to more common image formats, such as JPEG, TIFF, and GIF.

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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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