High Dynamic Range image file format
HDR files are raster images or digital photos saved in High Dynamic Range (HDR) image format. Image files are saved as one byte for each of the 3 colours (or channels) with an extra one byte for the exponent. This means that there is 4 bytes per pixel.
Files that Have the HDR extension are raster image files saved in a the High Dynamic Range format. This format is most commonly used for digital photos. Images saved as HDR images are used for enhancing images and photos with regard to color and brightness.
HDR files can be opened with Adobe Photoshop, ACD Systems Canvas, HDRSoft Photomatix, and probably some other popular photo and graphics tools as well. You might also have luck with the online viewer at OpenHDR.org if you want to open it online, or RenderStuff.com.
To extract a file: In the left pane, expand the Components node, expand the component that contains the file that you want to extract, and then click the Files node under that component. In the right pane, select the record for the file that you want to extract. On the Tools menu, click Extract File.
It is used for enhancing the color and brightness range of a digital image. HDR files can also be processed to fix dark shadows or washed-out areas of a picture. HDR software can composite multiple photos with different exposures to create a single image with a full and evenly distributed range of colors.
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