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  1. Version 1.0.1 is now up on Codeplex. Since there were no other suggestions the only change is the different order of file extensions in the save dialog.
  2. According to the JPEG XR standard the recommended file extension is .jxr, therefore I chose it as the default in the save dialog. But you're right, since Windows 7 still doesn't recognize it (not even .hdp) I'll better make .wdp the default again. (By the way, IE9 only offers .jxr when saving a JPEG XR image to disk.)
  3. A more up-to-date version of this plug-in (actually a complete rewrite), including fixed and much improved metadata handling, is available here.
  4. Plugin Description This is a file type plugin that allows reading and writing of JPEG XR (aka HD Photo) image files. There has been an HD Photo plugin before, developed by Rick Brewster, that is no longer being maintained, however. That's why I decided to rewrite it and add some minor improvements (jxr file extension support, option to save as 8bpp grayscale, fixed and much improved metadata support). Read support Almost all pixel formats supported by JPEG XR can be loaded. However, Paint.NET requires the image to be stored as 32bpp RGBA in memory, so other source image formats will be converted first if required (this means you'll loose HDR data for example). Write support You can save images in the following pixel formats: 8bpp (grayscale) 24bpp RGB 32bpp RGBA (alpha channel) Optionally, you can retain the Exif metadata from your source image (if present) and apply it to your JPEG XR image. To do that, check the appropriate setting in the save file dialog. This could be handy if you edit JPEG images from your camera and want to resave them as JPEG XR. NOTE: This should work with most metadata tags, but hasn't been tested thoroughly. Instructions Installing the plugin is easy. Follow the steps described in the official documentation. Download Source code and binary files are hosted on Codeplex.