What is EXR?

EXR is a file format used to store high-dynamic range (HDR) images. HDR images contain a greater range of brightness than traditional images, making them ideal for 3D visualization. EXR files can be opened and edited in most image editing software, and they are often used by graphic designers and photographers.

When it comes to 3D visualization, EXR files offer a number of advantages. First, EXR files retain more detail than other file formats when edited or converted. This means that you can make small changes to an EXR file without losing any quality. Second, EXR files are much smaller than other HDR formats, so they take up less space on your hard drive. And finally, EXR files can be opened in most image editing software, making them easy to work with.