Subject: Re: From JPEG to RAW
Hays ... The "save as raw" may be a throw back to when "raw" meant a unformatted bitmap ... i.e., no header or footer information that are typical of image file formats like TIFF. As such, a raw bitmap contains normal pixels, but you would need provide an image editor with info like bitmap size (800x600), # of chanels (e.g., RGB), and bit depth. This type of raw is much different than raw files from digital cameras (the pixels are not normal), nor is it an important file format. Usually, PS will be used to open this type of file when the format is unknown or proprietary, and assuming you can provide the information required. For example, I have used it quite often for scientific imagery contained in a proprietary format.
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