|Technical details||The RAD format is a text-based file format that stores the image data as a series of values for each pixel. Each value represents the intensity of light in a specific color channel, typically red, green, and blue. In addition, the file may contain other data, such as the exposure settings used to create the image.
One of the main advantages of the RAD format is its ability to store a wide range of luminance levels, which makes it suitable for storing images of outdoor scenes and other high-contrast environments. The format also supports color correction and other advanced features, making it a popular choice among professionals in the film and video industries.|