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A .cin file is a bitmap image saved in the Kodak Cineon (CIN) format. Kodak developed CIN in the 1990s to transfer film frame images to a digital format for enhancement, compositing, and manipulation purposes. As a result, you will likely encounter .cin files storing high-quality images.

Few image viewers can open CIN images, which is why many users convert them to other image formats. For example, you can convert a CIN image to BMP (.bmp) since it is more widely supported and maintains high image quality. However, if you want to reduce the size of the image as well, you can convert it to JPEG (.jpg), GIF (.gif), TIFF (.tif), or PNG (.png). Keep in mind that JPEG uses lossy compression, which greatly reduces the file size while slightly degrading the image. PNG, TIFF, and GIF support lossless compression that preserves image quality but results in file sizes larger than those compressed with the JPEG format.

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File Helper is a free web-based file utility that can open Kodak Cineon Bitmap Image files and over 150 other file formats directly in your web browser. It displays file properties, including metadata, and image EXIF data, along with information about the corresponding file type. File Helper can also view and convert images to several common formats. Have an unknown file or a file without an extension? No problem — File Helper can identify over 15,000 file types.

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