Canon Powershot S70 raw format and Adobe Photoshop CS

Discussion in 'Canon' started by Z Man, Nov 26, 2004.

  1. Z Man

    Z Man Guest

    When I try to import my pics in raw format, I cannot see them in PS. I can
    see and import pictures in jpeg format. I updated to the Camera Raw plug-in
    by moving the prior version out of the plug-ins folder and moving the new
    plug in into that folder, but it didn't help, as I still cannot see the
    files. The new Camera Raw plugin is for the S60, and the S70 is very new,
    but I was hoping that the S60 file would work for the S70. Has anyone
    successfully imported S70 raw format pics into PS?
     
    Z Man, Nov 26, 2004
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  2. Z Man

    Z Man Guest

    The S70 is new, but the S60 is supported. I was kind of hoping that the
    problem was operator error on my part, and not lack of support. Hopefully,
    someone with the S70 will have succeeded in importing raw files into PS.
     
    Z Man, Nov 26, 2004
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    Jaxak Guest

    S70 RAW works just nice with ACR 2.3 and Photoshop CS.
     
    Jaxak, Nov 26, 2004
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  4. Z Man

    Z Man Guest

    That's exactly the type of input I was seeking. Now, is there anything
    special you did? Could you tell me the file name and file size of your
    Camera Raw file? Mine is dated 9/21/04 and is 4,877,496 bytes.

    Did you load any other software? I have not utilized the disk that came with
    the camera at all. It is still in the shrink wrap. I was expecting the twain
    support would be adequate. I have no problem retrieving a jpg picture. Thus
    far, I am using the included CF card. I have ordered a 1GB CF card but it
    has not arrived yet. I have three raw files and one jpg.

    Any ideas based upon your experience?
     
    Z Man, Nov 26, 2004
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