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Convert .sid files to .jpg or .tif files so that they can be imported as a culture file to SMT 3Dpak

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Can anyone recommend a program to convert .sid files to .jpg or .tif files so that they can be imported as a culture file to SMT 3Dpak?
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Easiest way I've found is to use the ExpressView Browser Plug-in for most web browsers (old name was MrSid Browser Plug-In), right-click, save as .jpg.  There are a few converters on the internet (can google), but easiest for me was the simple right-click option.  Resolution is sufficient for import to most anywhere.

Hope this helps.
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