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froolk
07-04-2005, 11:00
W teście Canona EOS-a 350D na dprieview użyli Adobe Camera RAW 3.1 beta.
Czy ktoś ma pomysł gdzie zdobyć to cudo? Wszedzie piszą, że to olbrzymi krok w porównaniu do 2.4 szczególnie jeśli chodzi o mozliwości edycji przed konwersją.
I jeszcze jedno - czy ta wersja jest przeznaczona wyłącznie do mającego się pojawić CS2 czy bedzie pracować równiez z CS?

feder
07-04-2005, 15:34
Z forum adobe:


ACR 3.0 and ACR 3.1

Thomas Knoll (http://www.adobeforums.com/cgi-bin/webx?224@374.JVVGdAhC9nM.3@eebe5f0@.3bb6a85c.3bb96 9f7) - 03:54pm Apr 4, 2005 Pacific

There is some confusion about Adobe Camera Raw update plans in the wake of the CS2 announcement. So here are some answers.

ACR 3.0 will be including on the Photoshop CS2 CDs. ACR 3.0 will not support any new cameras beyond ACR 2.4. (Some cameras will be moved from unofficial support to the officially supported list, but that is just a testing issue, since there where no actual code changes in the processing for these cameras).

Because of the fairly long lag time required for testing and CD duplication when releasing a major Photoshop version, some fairly important cameras missing the cut for support in ACR 3.0. Most notably the Nikon D2X and the Canon 350D/Rebel XT/Kiss N.

So our plan is to take advantage of the shorter lag time of the Internet, and to "short cycle" the ACR 3.1 release to add support for these cameras (and possibly a few others). We are planning on posting a public beta release of ACR 3.1 on Adobe.com in early May, about the same time as most purchases of Photoshop CS2 would be receiving their CDs.

ACR 3.1 will only work with Photoshop CS2 and Photoshop Elements 3. Photoshop CS owners will need to upgrade to CS2 to be able to read the native raw files from these newly supported cameras, but they do have the option of the using the free DNG Converter 3.1 to convert the native raw files into DNG format, which can then be opened by ACR 2.4, if they want to delay updating to CS2.


Wynika z tego, że ACR będzie działał jedynie z Phoshopem w wersji CS2 i Photoshop Elements 3.0. Na razie można korzystać z DNG Converter 3.1 aby skonwertować pliki z aparatu na format akceptowalny przez ACR 2.4.

froolk
07-04-2005, 18:18
Dzięki :)
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