OPUS File Mini-FAQ

Seeing a file with .opus extension in the wild is a rare sight. Files using the OPUS format are everywhere but you just don’t seem to find such files when you browse the web or even when you search through the audio files in your hard drive. What is this file anyway? Do people still use it?

To answer your most burning questions about this file format, we have compiled a short list of common questions about this format plus their answers.… Read the rest

DNG vs. RAW – Which One Should You Choose?

 

Shooting RAWs is something a photographer ought to do whenever they are using cameras that support RAW files. New photographers will hear it all the time – how shooting RAWs is much better than shooting JPEGs. For those who shoot RAWs, there’s also a question of RAW vs. DNG. In what ways do these two differ? Why do people convert their RAWs to DNGs? Should you follow them?

Why do people convert their RAWs to DNG?

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Why Is WebP Still Not Popular Yet?

 

In 2010, Google first introduced WebP to the world. It was hailed as the best image format for the web. In Google’s own words WebP is …

“… a modern image format that provides superior lossless and lossy compression for images on the web. Using WebP, webmasters and web developers can create smaller, richer images that make the web faster.”

Well, it’s 2018 now and WebP is still not quite as big as Google had hoped.… Read the rest