RAW support in Windows

  ams4127 20:50 01 Aug 11
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MS has just released a codec pack giving photographers RAW support native to Windows.

Download from this link

  Legolas 21:22 01 Aug 11

ams4127 Thanks I have D/L and installed it, better late than never I suppose from MS

  ams4127 22:08 01 Aug 11

I haven't used it yet myself but there are reports saying that it may be slow in use.

I'll try it over the next few days when I can find some time.

Let me know how you get on with it.

  ventanas 22:35 01 Aug 11

A bit late for me, I purchased the Fast Picture Viewer codec pack a while back.

I don't think Miscrosoft can be blamed for this, it's really up to the camera makers to come up with the codecs, which Nikon for one now refuse to do.

  ventanas 22:41 01 Aug 11

It also only supports two of my cameras, both Nikon. My Olympus and Fuji models are not listed.

  Forum Editor 23:41 01 Aug 11
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  ams4127 20:09 02 Aug 11

Thanks FE. Sorry about that slight brain seizure!!

  woodchip 10:43 03 Aug 11

Raw came with my camera CD, I think it was the Fuji but I also have a ADSL Sony Alpha and it may have come with that, but think it was with Fuji

  anchor 12:29 06 Aug 11

NOTE:

It is only for 32bit and 64bit versions of Windows Vista and Windows 7.

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