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    CR3 files - next update?

    Download the Adobe DNG Converter and use that, because of their resources they are usually ahead of other companies. As they were when the EOS M50 was released and they managed to reverse engineer CR3 in 8 weeks. You may want to check if your camera is supported and, if you want DNG, download the converter.
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    CR3 files - next update?

    I wonder how many camera manufacturers have propriety RAW files because, after all, it is sensor data. Of the big 3, Canon, Nikon and Sony, all do. And all believe they have a commercial edge because of their sensors. It has always been an issue for early adopters of new camera releases as each and every release of a camera body has different RAW data content to other cameras in the same stable. And as software manufacturers don't have access to RAW images before camera release, except for those that provide RAW converters for the camera manufacturers, they can't possibly have conversion options for newly released cameras.
  3. Thanks Chris, it should be opened as a JPEG which it is but it has about 45K of binary data for the motion panorama. It is a little obscure though but other apps will open it as a JPEG.
  4. Please disregard this post as it is a Motion_Panorama_MP4_000 that has extra binary data that can be extracted,
  5. Hi, here is a link to a image that causes a sudden exit when selecting to open in either Production or Beta versions: DropBox: https://www.dropbox.com/s/hnumcebmm05egco/20190829_152542.jpg?dl=0
  6. For me Windows doesn't display it but this is what the EXIF has written, as displayed in EXIFTool after saving from AP .. Or for the TIFF created from AP (previous was JPEG) ... .I chose TIFF RGB 8-BIT and didn't change the extension to TIF.
  7. I Don't have any issues with a TIF or JPG exported from AP either from a TIF or JPG converted ans saved from DPP in sRGB v1.31 embedded ICC profile. Just make sure that when you export from AP that you choose Use document profile & Embed ICC Profile from the More panel before exporting: Windows will show as uncalibrated because it just doesn't know about it.
  8. OK Chris, uploaded file CR3 AWB-White Priority Magenta Tint.zip which has 2 for starters. Can find more if you like. Regards, Don
  9. Hi Chris, If you want some test images just let me know. I can upload them to Dropbox for you. Don.
  10. Well the issue here is that AP isn't interpreting the RAW data correctly, and I am sure that they will perfect it. In fact all RAW processors interpret RAW data and mostly different to each other but not with an obvious tint or color cast. Note that the WB set to Auto: White Priority on other cameras such as the EOS 5DsR are interpreted correctly.
  11. Hi, It seems that the Magenta Tint setting for images shot with WB set to Auto: White Priority in camera is excessive during processing as you can see here: In this image the Tint doesn't seem to disappear until approx 3% (down from 16%) and the colors get better at 0%, but OK at -3% ...
  12. Thank you for your comment Ron P., even I stated it was the Windows Explorer interface dialog and not a Affinity browser.
  13. Attached Chris ...EOS M50195493.CR3 Note just switch between 100% and Fit ... sometimes only shows in Fit if there are lots of powerlines in the image. I Guess it could also be related to CR3 processing. EOS_M50195493.CR3
  14. Hi Chris, No I am using Bilinear (Best Quality) as per normal. Don.
  15. Definitely caused by the Straighten function, if the image isn't straightened the lines are correct when viewing the Unsharp Mask.
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