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I have some old floppies of pictures that seem to have been made by Seattle
Filmworks. They all have a SFW file extension. How do I open these
pictures & save them in some other formats?

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In article <4268a884$0$8123$afc38c87@news.optusnet.com.au>, The Old
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> I have some old floppies of pictures that seem to have been made by Seattle
> Filmworks. They all have a SFW file extension. How do I open these
> pictures & save them in some other formats?

I hope you're not still giving those crooks your money.
 

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"The Old Timer" <videot@optusnet.com.au> wrote in message
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> I have some old floppies of pictures that seem to have been made by
Seattle
> Filmworks. They all have a SFW file extension. How do I open these
> pictures & save them in some other formats?

A liitle googling produced;
http://www.lipman.org/software/sfw/
or gc2003 (30 use trial)
 
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On Fri, 22 Apr 2005 15:30:04 +0800, in rec.photo.digital "The Old Timer"
<videot@optusnet.com.au> wrote:

>I have some old floppies of pictures that seem to have been made by Seattle
>Filmworks. They all have a SFW file extension. How do I open these
>pictures & save them in some other formats?

Everyone with a PC should have a free copy of Irfanview around.
http://www.irfanview.com
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The Old Timer wrote:
> I have some old floppies of pictures that seem to have been made by Seattle
> Filmworks. They all have a SFW file extension. How do I open these
> pictures & save them in some other formats?
>
I believe Irfanview still handles the format. BTW, you will find the
images to be badly in need of some noise reduction processing. At least
I certainly did!


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