RE: RAW files and importers
Thanks for the response Bish,
I am not using Lightroom yet as I was waiting for the complete release and
some of the bugs to be wiorked out. I wouldn't have gone with Vista yet if
it hadn't been installed on the computer I bought.
I think a strange thing is that my Adobe program shows all the RAW files in
the organizer I just can't download or get it to read my screen reolution and
yours can't see the RAW files but downloads and edits fine.
I wonder if I can find a copy of XP and just reformat and use that?
> I have the XTi and Lightroom sees the CR2 (Raw) files ok. I can select Import
> and it does import the files into lightroom. I am using the released version
> of Lightroom, I'm not sure if that makes a difference. The only problem I
> seem to have is Windows Vista cannot see the RAW files in the picture
> browser. So if I'm looking for a picture I can only see jpg file and not the
> raw images. The Canon site has updates for Zoombrowser EX if that helps you.
> They are working on a fix for Digital Prof. and Vista so keep checking. As
> far as Lightroom goes though, it's a awsome program and seems to work fine in
> Vista so far. I can Import and Export files so far. Are you using the beta
> version or the released version?
> "nicholas hall" wrote:
> > Most of the pictures I take on my canon EOS 350D are taken as a RAW file.
> > The trouble I am having is that ALL the programs I use to import my picture
> > can not see the RAW files.
> > Once the pictures are on my computer the main part of the program can see
> > and handle the said RAW files?
> > At the moment I am trying out Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 1.
> > I know that the said program does not officially support vista but Photoshop
> > Elements 5 is supposed to support vista and when trying that program the
> > photo downloader would not see RAW files either?
> > I am just wondering if anyone is importing RAW files using a program like I
> > have mentioned and they are having success or not?
> > Any help or information would be gratefully accepted.
> > NIK