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Fuji RAW (RAF) is the name of the raw file format captured by a Fujicamera’s charge-coupled device (CCD) or complementary metal–oxide–semiconductor (CMOS) sensor. RAF is an unprocessed image that contains and preserves all information captured at the time the photo was taken. It is most commonly used for creating different kinds of visible images using any of the information stored in the raw file. RAF is useful in that it offers flexibility in developing images through a reversible process.
The default program to open RAF is MyFinePix Studio, which is a software program that is included in the purchase of a new Fujifilm digital camera or downloadable here. Otherwise, try Adobe Photoshop Lightroom or Adobe Photoshop, which might require a special RAF plug-in.
Developed by: Fujifilm
Initial Release: 2004
Portable Network Graphics (PNG) is a raster-based file type that compresses images for portability. PNG images can have RGB or RGBA colors and support transparency, which makes them perfect for use in icons, or graphic designs. PNG also supports animations with better transparency (try our GIF to APNG). The benefits of using PNG are Plus, PNG is an open format that uses lossless compression.
Generally, PNG files will open in your operating system’s default image viewer. PNG files are also easily viewable on all web browsers. If you are having trouble opening PNG files, use our PNG to JPG, PNG to WebP, or PNG to BMP converters.
Alternative programs such as GIMP or Adobe Photoshop are useful for opening and editing PNG files. PNG files are a bit larger than other file types, so exercise caution when adding them to a web page. One interesting feature of PNG files is the ability to create transparency in the image, particularly a transparent background. To accomplish this, try this transparent background tool.
Developed by: PNG Development Group
Initial Release: 1 October 1996
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