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Cs4, and the 5DmII = no go

 
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Aug 16, 2009 21:23 |  #1
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My cs4 isn't readin my RAW files. I know their have been similar problems with cs3, but I haven't seen problems with 5DmII, and cs4. Anyone have similar problems. If this has already been discussed link me?

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Aug 16, 2009 21:37 |  #2

Something must not be set up right on your computer? I only shoot in RAW and mine uploads to CS4 and LR 2 every time. I shoot pictures, then take the card out of my camera. I then open either CS4 or LR2 and then put my card into the card reader, the program asks where you want to save the files to and it uploads.

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Thanks, I'll keep looking into it. Ugh Mac don't do this too me. I don't see the difference from my 40D raws, and my 5Dm2 raws. Both are RAW files =( just ones x1 bigger.


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Aug 16, 2009 21:44 |  #4

Download the CS4 updates - that'll solve your problem.




  
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Aug 16, 2009 21:45 |  #5

Is your CS4 brand new or have you used it before? I use a Mac computer as well.

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Aug 16, 2009 21:47 |  #6
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5Dmaniac wrote in post #8471479 (external link)
Download the CS4 updates - that'll solve your problem.

Just check your mac for auto updates, should be all set :P


I suck at Photoshop.

  
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merp wrote in post #8471455 (external link)
Thanks, I'll keep looking into it. Ugh Mac don't do this too me. I don't see the difference from my 40D raws, and my 5Dm2 raws. Both are RAW files =( just ones x1 bigger.


grr


Ah I figured it out. I updated Camera Raw from adobe website(Like suggested) and now my raw files are seen by cs4.

Thanks for the help guys appreciate the speedy feedback =)




  
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