Find Duplicate Photos Faster With Visual Similarity Duplicate Image Finder 220.127.116.11
The new duplicate photo finder version is up to 80% faster when searching RAW formats and fixes some issues related to images that do not comply to the standards. VSDIF now better handles also the popular Nikon NEF RAW format and provides improved support for some of the Canon CRW formats.
This release adds support for eleven new RAW file formats – .kdc, .srw, .bay, .3fr, .k25, .cam, .nrw, .mos, .dc2, .rw1, .rwl. Find detailed information about these newly supported formats at the bottom of this article.
The improved “Browse for Folders” dialog, scans faster folders with many files. In addition to that now you can drag&drop folders from Windows Explorer directly inside Visual Similarity Duplicate Imaged Finder and they will be added to the folders list.
There are plenty of other small GUI fixes and enhancements that include also new 32-bit toolbar icons. Click here for complete change log.
File Format: .kdc
File Type: Kodak Photo-Enhancer File
Bitmap image format used by several Kodak digital cameras, including the Kodak DC40, Kodak DC50, and Kodak DC120; can be viewed using the Kodak software included with the camera or with some third-party programs; also known as a Kodak Photogen file.
File Format: .srw
File Type: Samsung RAW Image
Digital photo taken by a Samsung digital camera; contains a RAW image captured by the digital camera in a proprietary format; commonly touched up in photo editing software before publishing to the Web or to a digital media publication. NOTE: RAW files are not traditional raster image files such as .JPG and .PNG files because they store additional information such as white balance and exposure.
File Format: .bay
File Type: Casio RAW Image
Digital photograph captured by a Casio digial camera; saves raw image data from the camera in a proprietary format; can be touched up with some image editors and then exported to standard raster formats such as .JPG. NOTE: Casio Camera RAW files also use the .RAW extension.
File Format: .3fr
File Type: Hasselblad 3F RAW Image
Digital photo captured by a Hasselblad digital camera; saves the photo in a RAW format as captured directly by the digital camera’s CCD; used for saving photos natively before applying touch-ups, such as white balance or color corrections.
File Format: .k25
File Type: Kodak K25 Image
Digital photo captured by a Kodak DC25 digital camera, an older model from Kodak; can be converted to .JPG or other common formats using a converter such as DC25Convert or ReaConverter.
File Format: .cam
File Type: CASIO Digital Camera Picture File
Raw camera image captured by older CASIO QV series digital cameras, including the CASIO QV-10A, QV-11, QV-100, QV-120, and QV-200; stores a picture in a proprietary bitmap format; may be viewed by the software provided with the CASIO camera. CAM files were also viewable on CASSIOPEIA E-11 mobile devices using the CASIO’s Digital Camera Viewer software.
File Format: .nrw
File Type: Nikon Raw Image File
Raw image file produced by high-end Nikon COOLPIX and digital SLR cameras; saves image data in an uncompressed format that can be processed on the camera or on a computer after the images is captured; similar to the previous .NEF format, but is designed to support Windows Imaging Component (WIC) functions.
File Format: .mos
File Type: Leaf Camera RAW File
Developer: Leaf Imaging
RAW image captured by several different types of digital cameras, such as the Leaf Aptus series and Mamiya cameras; stores a digital image in an uncompressed format; can be opened and edited using some image-editing applications. The MOS file format was developed by Leaf, a longstanding developer of digital cameras. Several Leaf cameras, including the Aptus series are now developed by Leaf Imaging, which is a subsidiary of Phase One.
File Format: .dc2
File Type: Kodak Photo-Enhancer File
Camera RAW file created by some Kodak digital cameras; stores the image in an uncompressed format exactly as it was captured on the camera; often imported into photo-editing software for touch-ups and publishing.
File Format: .rw1, .rwl
File Type: Leica RAW Image
Camera RAW image created by a Leica digital camera; saves the picture in a proprietary raw format and maintains the original data as captured by the camera’s CCD; often touched up using photo editing software before publishing to the Web, a slide show, or to another digital publication.