New Microsoft codec pack bring Raw Support for Windows Explorer, Live Photo Gallery


Tucksoon

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Thanks for sharing! It's definitely a welcome tool for PC users :)
 

SkyStrike

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somehow or rather, I prefer Picasa for quick viewing...
 

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Remember there was a bro who's sister nag him to mass convert all shots into jpeg becos their mum can't view it as RAW file? This is a great solution.
 

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Time to upgrade bro. :)
And bon bon will pay for the upgrades :)

For best performance running Windows 7, use the 64bit if your hardware can support...the 32bit is almost similar to XP which imo not worth the upgrade...
 

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SkyStrike

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YES!!!!! Using uncle skystrike's credit card. :bsmilie:
I'm still waiting patiently for my current system to die off naturally...still on XP (the best Microsoft OS ever). Sadly, this codec don't work on XP like many others (excluding me) would have wanted it to.
 

bonrya

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SkyStrike said:
I'm still waiting patiently for my current system to die off naturally...still on XP (the best Microsoft OS ever). Sadly, this codec don't work on XP like many others (excluding me) would have wanted it to.
I though windows 95 was the best. Lol *__* wuzzatxp lollol
 

symmetrix

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DOS commando here \m/ xD

On topic, this codec made me realize RAW formats actually differ for cameras even under the same manufacturer. o.oa If your cam isn't listed, probably won't work. x.x I don't even know why Microsoft still has no support for DNG. It's an open format, anyway.
 

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Time to upgrade bro.
I also wish I could..
But den now no moolah.. :cry:

And bon bon will pay for the upgrades :)

For best performance running Windows 7, use the 64bit if your hardware can support...the 32bit is almost similar to XP which imo not worth the upgrade...
YES!!!!! Using uncle skystrike's credit card. :bsmilie:
:bsmilie:
so nice ar! like that no worries liao.. when free? go shopping together without my wallet :p
 

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