Convert 3fr to sgi
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File extension 3fr is basically associated with an occupancy of Hasselblad devices used in the format of digital photography. The 3fr format is made up of the several Raw formats. It plays a similar role in digital systems as the negatives do in film photography. It comprises of aerial resolution of the digital photo along with meta-data. The raw image file like 3fr has a lot of benefits to a JPEG file, it has greater image attribute. All the transitions made on digital negatives are nondestructive. But its drawback is that its size is almost 2 to 6 times larger than JPEG file.
A .sgi extension file saves images in the original Silicon Graphics Image format. These files are originated from the library of SGI images that were there on every Silicon Graphics machine. SGI files are also referred to as RGB, IRIS or Irix RGB., .sgi image files can be saved in 8-bit color, 16-bit or 32-bit color. GIMP has the compatibility to read and write .sgi extension files and also has a dialog box that pops up to help select the compression type. The preferred compression is RLE and while it reduces the file size, it is advisable to check once it is done to ensure that the file size is indeed reduced as sometimes the size is more than the actual file size.