Which file formats are supported for use with DxO FilmPack?

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If you are using DxO FilmPack in standalone mode, you can edit supported Camera RAW files (See list on the web page mentioned below), as well as all JPEG or TIFF files. We recommend using RAW files to benefit from our renowned DxO Optics modules, correcting distortion, vignetting, and chromatic aberration, and also getting the most accurate renderings out of the color correspondence process from all our analog film emulations. If you are launching the plug-ins from within a compatible host application, any RAW image format supported by the host software can be used. DxO FilmPack integrates seamlessly into DxO PhotoLab and can work with RAW Files of supported cameras.

To view our supported cameras & lenses page directly from this article, please click on this link.

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