.ARI File Extension

2 file types use the .ari file extension.
File Type 1

ARRIRAW Image

Developer ARRI Group
Popularity
3.6  |  15 Votes
Category Camera Raw Files
Format Binary

What is an ARI file?

An ARI file is a still frame image recorded by an ARRI digital video camera, such as ALEXA MINI and AMIRA. It stores uncompressed image data in the ARRIRAW format exactly how the sensor on the camera captured it. ARI files are single still frames from a sequence of images that comprise a recorded video.

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Screenshot of a .ari file in ARRIRAW Converter 4.3
ARI file open in ARRIRAW Converter 4.3

ARRI Group is a German camera manufacturer specializing in producing motion picture cameras and lenses. Professional video editors and cinematographers often work with ARRI cameras and .MXF video files.

However, video editors may work with individual ARI still frame files that make up the more extended video sequence to modify its properties more accurately. For example, they may alter the coloring of the still frame or apply special effects.

How to open an ARI file

You can open an ARI file with several applications. ARRIRAW Converter can view ARI files and convert them to other formats. You can also open ARI files with Microsoft Photos (with the RAW Image extension) and various third-party applications with the ARRI SDK.

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Programs that open ARI files

Updated February 16, 2022
File Type 2

ARI Compressed File Archive

Developer N/A
Popularity
3.8  |  4 Votes
Category Compressed Files
Format N/A

What is an ARI file?

Archive compressed with arithmetic coding; often used in combination with other compression algorithms such as LZP, DC, BWT, and PPM.

Programs that open ARI files

Windows
ARI 2.2
BMA
Coder
Compressia
QAZAR
GRZipII
UHARC
Updated February 12, 2007

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