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FastPictureViewer Code Pack Lets You to View All Kinds of RAW Images Right in Windows 7 Explorer [Tool]

Written by Kent on October 22nd, 2009 | Posted in Tools | Tags: ,

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It may not be a good deal if you are not really into photography. However, if you do, it’s inevitable that you would face the fact viewing the high-resolution raw images that you take. Usually, you would just rely on manufacturer’s own-brand image viewer or converter, or Photoshop. Now, with this Fast Picture Viewer Code Pack, you have no reason or needs to use all these tools. This is all you need.

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Windows Vista, now Windows 7, introduced a modern and extensible imaging framework called Windows Imaging Component (WIC) that makes it possible for 3rd parties to add first-class support for image formats to Windows, with thumbnails in Explorer, preview, slideshow support in Photo Gallery / Photo Viewer and metadata search integration.

The FastPictureViewer WIC Code Pack provides such platform support and adds the support that has almost every camera type covered, from Canon’s CR2 to Sony’s SRF, and Nikon’s NRW, and many more.

And the best of all, it’s FREE. It installs into the background and you will never hear from it again. If you are the one who loves photography, you will have to check it out.

FastPictureViewer WIC Codec Pack [via Download Squad]

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