Olympus Raw image file format
The ORF format is an image file created by Olympus Camera. It can be used like any other "raw" file. It contains information coming straight from the sensor. Properties of the image (ISO, Aperture, etc) are also included in headers.
The ORF file format is a raw image format used in Olympus digital cameras. Like all other raw formats, this one contains image information rendered directly by a camera's sensor. ORF files feature so-called headers that present image characteristics, such as saturation, color temperature, contrast, etc.
ORF files can also be opened without Olympus software, like with Able RAWer, Adobe Photoshop, Corel AfterShot, and probably other popular photo and graphics tools. The default photo viewer in Windows should be able to open ORF files too, but it might require the Microsoft Camera Codec Pack.
With that out of the way, begin the process by loading the ORF file you wish to convert into Olympus Viewer. Under the 'File' menu, select 'Export'. In the window that appears, choose 'JPEG' in the 'Format' dropdown bar. Click 'Save' and you will now have a JPEG file (interchangeable with JPG).
You can open ORF files with Olympus-specific software, such as Olympus Workspace and Olympus Master, or with third-party applications. Some image editors that support ORF files include Adobe Photoshop (multiplatform), Corel AfterShot Pro (multiplatform), and Adobe Photoshop Express (Android and iOS).
Follow this easy four-step process to convert your images.
Choose one of the hundred image formats, available on our site.
Upload your files using an easy-to-use drag-and-drop uploader interface.
Batch convert uploaded files to the format you need.
Download each converted file separately, or as one zip archive.
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