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Tourist
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View GPR Thumbnails

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Is there software or codec that will show my GPR file thumbnails in Windows 10 explorer.


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Explorer
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Re: View GPR Thumbnails

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Thumbnail files are stored as thm. I don't think the gpr files are associated with the photo's thm, however the corresponding jpg file that is created simultaneously as the RAW photo most likely is. If you load both the gpr and jpg file into a folder on windows explorer, you should be able to see a thumbnail (for the jpg). The jpg and RAW photo should have the same name (just different extension) so you should be able to identify what is in your gpr files. Otherwise, you'll need one of the Adobe programs mentioned above to view/edit the RAW files.

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Re: View GPR Thumbnails

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Hi @bkushner

 

See if this workaround will help:

Change the extension from .thm to .jpg

 

Thanks!
Ej

Tourist
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Re: View GPR Thumbnails

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Did not work This is a RAW file.Thanks

Explorer
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Re: View GPR Thumbnails

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GPR files can be used in Adobe Camera Raw (ACR), version 9.7 or later, Adobe Photoshop Lightroom CC (2015.7 release or later) and Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 6 (version 6.7 or later)
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Tourist
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Re: View GPR Thumbnails

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Yes. I was trying to have the thumbnails show in the explorer folder.

Explorer
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Re: View GPR Thumbnails

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Thumbnail files are stored as thm. I don't think the gpr files are associated with the photo's thm, however the corresponding jpg file that is created simultaneously as the RAW photo most likely is. If you load both the gpr and jpg file into a folder on windows explorer, you should be able to see a thumbnail (for the jpg). The jpg and RAW photo should have the same name (just different extension) so you should be able to identify what is in your gpr files. Otherwise, you'll need one of the Adobe programs mentioned above to view/edit the RAW files.
Tourist
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Re: View GPR Thumbnails

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Thanks