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I’d have to agree with Bruce. I’d suggest saving them as either a Photoshop file or TIFF (no compression). Photoshop of course means you’d need a Photoshop to open the file. But a TIFF is not linked to any app and should open in a variety of apps. 
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On Jul 30, 2020, at 5:43 PM, MaryBeth Hinrichs <[log in to unmask]> wrote:


Has anyone done this: changed from jpeg to camera raw or dng format? Can this be done to batches of photos? I'm very interested in doing so because of the data loss problem with jpegs; we are archiving a ton of photos right now.

Thank you,
MaryBeth

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