I will try that Igor but in recent attempts the newer DNG conversion
program is not supported by 10.6.8, however i will try again.
As far as shootoing jpg i have the filter set for a red filter B&W and
RAW so i can have B*W and colour should i need it. I guess thats where
i'm messing up some what then.:??
On Mon, Oct 17, 2016 at 2:02 PM, Igor PDML-StR <pdml...@komkon.org> wrote:
> I understand your fear... ;-)
> This path your are using defeats the purpose of shooting RAW. in that case,
> as Cotty has suggested, - just shoot JPEGs.
> If you want to benefit from the RAW while using LR, you might consider using
> a DNG converter from Adobe.
> So, your work flow would be:
> 1. Convert RAF to DNG (that's a batch conversion, so it is easy).
> 2. Open DNG in LR.
> Two things to pay attention to:
> 1. Choose the version of DNG converter that supports your RAF version.
> (Usually the latest does.)
> 2. For the output, choose the option under "Compatibility" that would be
> compatible with your version of LR.
> (Just in case, for other options: You probably don't want to "Embed Original
> Raw File, and you probably don't want to use "Lossy Compression")
> Typically (at least on Windows), the options seem to be preserved, so you
> don't have to choose them each time.
> You can download the DNG converter either directly from the ftp site
> (using your web-browser):
> Choose "Win" or "Mac" folder in there, and download the latest version.
> Or from this page:
> Hope this helps,
> David J Brooks Mon, 17 Oct 2016 07:46:35 -0700 wrote:
>> Due to my resistance to upgrade my OS i am having to resort to using
>> Silky Pix to work on my RAF files from the X30. Its a pain system but
>> for doing a few shots its ok. However this last week i was up north
>> doing fall colours and some ATVing and have 120 to process. I started
>> to save the RAF files as Tiff's but they are 36mb each so i batched
>> saved them all as jpg to open in LR a program i am more at ease with.
>> Any other suggestions on this other than up grade Brooksie.:-)
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