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How to open RAW files?

 
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Nov 04, 2010 16:29 |  #16

tonylong wrote in post #11225624 (external link)
That's a way old question, but I can answer your newer question:)!

Some stock agencies as well as some commercial printers ask for uncompressed tiffs and even a minimum file size for some purposes. For example, Alamy requires tiffs of a minimum uncompressed size for images submitted to qualify for their progam. I don't think the same requirements apply to images that then get posted on the site, though.

I hate it when I get tricked into an old thread...

I get the tiff conversion, but I was confused by the way it was asked as if file size were the key over everything else.




  
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Nov 04, 2010 16:29 |  #17

Lowner wrote in post #11225626 (external link)
I have set up Eos Utility so that it uploads to an external hard drive. DPP has absolutely no problem with that arrangement at all.

And it wouldn't. I think the problem is not with an external drive. I'd say either out-of-date software or, maybe using some unconventional device? We'll have to hear back about this.


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Nov 04, 2010 16:30 |  #18

gonzogolf wrote in post #11225632 (external link)
I hate it when I get tricked into an old thread...

I get the tiff conversion, but I was confused by the way it was asked as if file size were the key over everything else.

Yeah, especially talking about jpegs:)!


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Apr 15, 2012 14:49 |  #19

DReb-MO wrote in post #441275 (external link)
Why are you shooting in RAW if you do not understand how to open them? Just curious. It would make more sense to crawl before you walk before you run. There was software provided with the camera that will open the camera RAW files. Use the CD. Also, you should be able to find the PS7 RAW plugin by searching Google.

I will have to disagree on the run before you craw part. I think that he choose to take this because of the camera description in my case(Cannon Powershot S95) is "Raw: Image type for advanced adjustment on a computer." I'm not sure but I also think its a Lossless file. I did not know how to open RAW also. But better to take it in RAW and find out how to open them later, then to regret not taken it in RAW in first place.(I took mine in RAW+JPEG mode)

RAW Codec for Cannon can be found at:
http://www.usa.canon.c​om …os_30d#DriversA​ndSoftware (external link)

Select your Operations System, then you OS Version.




  
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Apr 15, 2012 15:54 |  #20

TeckBio wrote in post #14270355 (external link)
I will have to disagree on the run before you craw part. I think that he choose to take this because of the camera description in my case(Cannon Powershot S95) is "Raw: Image type for advanced adjustment on a computer." I'm not sure but I also think its a Lossless file. I did not know how to open RAW also. But better to take it in RAW and find out how to open them later, then to regret not taken it in RAW in first place.(I took mine in RAW+JPEG mode)

RAW Codec for Cannon can be found at:
http://www.usa.canon.c​om …os_30d#DriversA​ndSoftware (external link)

Select your Operations System, then you OS Version.

;) LOL, like replying to 7 year old posts? :cool:


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