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How can I see in windows explorer listing if an image is RGB, CMYK, YCbCr.

I tried with all available columns, but none seems to give me that informaion.


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In Windows 7, right click on the picture and select Properties. There is a tab with "details", scroll down to "Color Representation" and you will find your answer.

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thanks, what about same info in file list in windows explorer. I need it to filter large number of photos. – John May 15 '12 at 19:11

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