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EOS 650D

EOS 650D

FAQ ID: 8201532900
Release date: 13-Feb-14


FAQ: Converting RAW images to JPEG or TIFF using Digital Photo Professional 3.0 - 3.14

Solution:



IMPORTANT
  • In order to perform this operation, it is necessary to install [Digital Photo Professional] from the CD-ROM (EOS DIGITAL Solution Disk) supplied with the product.*

* If the EOS DIGITAL Solution Disk was not included with your camera, please download it from the Canon homepage.
  • Operations for [Digital Photo Professional ver3.13] are explained here. For other versions, the screens displayed and operation procedures may differ slightly.
  • Operations for Windows 7 are explained here. Images displayed or operation might differ slightly in Windows 8, Windows Vista, or Windows XP.
  • Make sure to download the RAW images you want to convert beforehand.

1. Double-click the [Digital Photo Professional] icon that appears on the desktop.

If you cannot find the [Digital Photo Professional] shortcut icon on your desktop, click [Start] () > [All Programs] or [Programs] > [Canon Utilities] and select [Digital Photo Professional] to start [Digital Photo Professional].

2. When [Digital Photo Professional] starts, the following window appears.

Select the folder in which the image you want to convert is saved. (Images are saved to the [My Pictures] folder by default)
Double-click and select the RAW image you want to convert to JPEG or TIFF.

3. The following window appears.

Click [File], and from the menu that appears, click [Convert and save].

4. The following window appears.










NumberItemComments
Save Destination
File Name
Image typeSelect the type of image you want to save from those listed below.










Type of imageExtension after saving
Exif-JPEG.JPG
Exif-TIFF 8bit.TIF
TIFF 16bit.TIF
Exif-Tiff 8bit+Exif-JPEG.TIF/.JPG
TIFF 16bit+Exif-JPEG.TIF/.JPG


JPEG compression rateThe setting range is 1 to 10. The higher the numerical value, the higher the image quality becomes.
ResolutionThe setting range is 1 to 60,000 dpi.
Embeds of ICC profilesColor space information that is set in an image is attached to an ICC profile.
Size changingThe larger of the two values set in [Width] and [Height] is applied to the longer edge of an image and change its size.

5. Set all the items, then press the [Save] button.
The RAW image is converted to a JPEG or TIFF image which is then saved as a new image in the specified save destination.


REFERENCE
Even if you remove the check mark from images that have been set to Apple RGB, ColorMatch RGB or Wide Gamut RGB color space, the ICC profiles are embedded automatically.

NOTE
  • You can also save an unedited copy of an image as a separate image.
  • When using linear processing, select [TIFF 16bit] to save.
  • The color space in the preferences or one that is set individually is written in the ICC Profile, which is embedded in JPEG and TIFF images. An ICC profile is a file containing information related to color, such as the color properties and color space that the International Color Consortium has established for each device. Many management systems let you minimize color differences between devices using this ICC profile.
  • [Resize setting] lets you resize an image by applying the larger of the values set in [Width] or [Height] to the long side of the image even if there is a mixture of images shot horizontally and vertically.


IMPORTANT
  • To save the developing/editing results for the version you are currently using

Digital Photo Professional’s RAW image development processing technology is continually being improved upon so that you can perform the latest image processing more appropriately.
Meaning that, between two differing versions of Digital Photo Professional , processing results may differ very slightly even if with the same RAW image data, or the results of significant editing of RAW image data with an attached recipe may be different. When you want to save the developing or editing results of the version you are currently using as it is, it is recommended that you convert and save images as JPEG image or TIFF images.

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