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How to Take Great Pictures
 
dated 21/Jan.,2005

Question:
What is an image processing file?

Answer:
A file that contains only the image editing settings is called an image processing file. The image processing palette settings configured during image editing can be saved in an image processing file. You can apply the current settings to other images and edit an image using the same settings from another image by saving the settings to an image processing file and reading the image processing file.

 
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