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Dec 16, 2009 17:15 |  #16

Tony-S wrote in post #9211453 (external link)
What is 'mraw'? Do you mean sRAW?

Page 252 of the manual calls it M-RAW along with RAW and S-RAW. Not sure what the difference is apart from the size.

RAW is 18mp
M-RAW is 10mp
S-RAW is 5mp


page 59 explains it a bit better


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Dec 16, 2009 17:18 |  #17

Ah, I see. On my 5Dii it's sRAW1 and sRAW2. Makes more sense to use sRAW and mRAW. Apple's not bound to support those formats, unfortunately. I run mine through Adobe's DNG converter then import into Aperture.


"Raw" is not an acronym, abbreviation, nor a proper noun; thus, it should not be in capital letters.

  
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Dec 16, 2009 17:31 |  #18

Tony-S wrote in post #9211537 (external link)
Ah, I see. On my 5Dii it's sRAW1 and sRAW2. Makes more sense to use sRAW and mRAW. Apple's not bound to support those formats, unfortunately. I run mine through Adobe's DNG converter then import into Aperture.

Yes looks like RAW is ok but M-RAW does not work ..... bum .....

Just means 7mb of disk space and a few hundred images that I cannot see. Shame as they work in Lightroom Beta 3


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Dec 17, 2009 16:35 as a reply to  @ post 9211453 |  #19

According to the RAW update list, the S90 is still not supported. Can anyone with Aperture and the new RAW update verify this? The G11 is supported.

http://www.apple.com/a​perture/specs/raw.html (external link)


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Mar 12, 2010 17:39 |  #20

LordBrian wrote in post #9211520 (external link)
Page 252 of the manual calls it M-RAW along with RAW and S-RAW. Not sure what the difference is apart from the size.

RAW is 18mp
M-RAW is 10mp
S-RAW is 5mp


page 59 explains it a bit better

I'm thinking RAW (normal - large)
M-RAW (medium RAW)
S-RAW (small RAW)


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