What is a KDC file
KDC files are RAW camera files, taken by certain digital cameras manufactured by Kodak. This file, also known as the Kodak Photogen file, contains bitmap image data. Images taken in the KDC are only minimally processed. They can be viewed on the Kodak digital camera itself or using image viewing and editing programs. However, KDC files taken with newer Kodak cameras may not me compatible with the older versions of Photoshop.
Like all camera RAW files, files with the KDC extension contain minimally compressed data. The images also contain information that is collected by the sensor of either the digital camera or scanner, such as lightning and white balance. Similar to Nikon's NEF files, KDC files are based on the TIFF image format.
Here's a small, but not exhaustive list of programs that can open KDC documents:
- ACD Systems ACDSee 18
- ACD Systems Canvas 15
- Adobe Photoshop CC 2015
- Adobe Photoshop Elements 13
- Adobe Photoshop Lightroom CC 2015
- Corel PaintShop Pro X8
- fCoder Group Image Converter Plus
- Google Picasa
- Kodak Picture Transfer
- Microsoft Windows Photos
- NCH Pixillion