Apple Digital Camera RAW Compatibility
Apple Digital Camera RAW Compatibility
6.21

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Apple Digital Camera RAW Compatibility

6.21
20 September 2016

Adds camera support to iPhoto and Aperture.

Overview

Apple Digital Camera RAW Compatibility update adds RAW image compatibility to OS X 10.11 El Capitan. For more information on supported RAW formats, see https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT205272.

What's new in Apple Digital Camera RAW Compatibility

Version 6.21:
  • Adds RAW image compatibility for the following cameras to OS X 10.11 El Capitan:
    • Fujifilm X-Pro2
    • Pentax K-1

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26cab40
02 August 2010

Most helpful

Still no Sigma support.
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Version 3.3
Waynesch
25 June 2016
Including a plugin for APERTURE with this Apple Digital Camera RAW update is greatly appreciated. I don't know if Apple realizes just how many professional photographers continue to use their terminated products despite its discontinuation. At this date, it is still the best primary product for managing and manipulating libraries of raw digital slides. Photos is but a frustrating joke. Viva la Aperture!
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Version 6.20
RogerKatz
24 June 2016
The current version is 6.20
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Version 6.19
Bousozoku
24 April 2016
Support for the D5 and D500 has been noted elsewhere to be only partial. It's sadly amusing that there doesn't seem to be a real schedule for these updates and since Aperture has been discontinued, who knows if the company will be less effective in deploying updates.
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Version 6.19
Rusta
15 December 2015
Only for OS X 10.11 or later? Why?
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Version 6.18
4 answer(s)
RavenNevermore
RavenNevermore
23 April 2016
It's a system level framework:

"OS X El Capitan includes system-level support for RAW images from the following cameras."

Update 6.06 works on OS X 10.10

You should be commenting and not leaving a review for something you don't understand.
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Scion777
Scion777
24 April 2016
Agree with Raven - why did you give this a half-star?? A review is supposed to be about the product, not because you think Apple didn't address an older version of the operating system - I run Yosemite so I didn't need this update - but I'm sure it works exactly as advertised.
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Bousozoku
Bousozoku
24 April 2016
I'm with you on this. There is no reason new camera definitions should be restricted. They shouldn't be operating system-version dependent.

Apple seems to want to chase customers to Windows.
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Scion777
Scion777
24 April 2016
Except that they might not be technically able to do that with the same piece of software. 10.11 has a very different under-structure than 10.10. Apple may be issuing an update for Yosemite in the near future. And it is LAUGHABLE to suggest that someone would abandon the incredibly user-friendly, stable and awesome Mac OS X for windoze. Unless they enjoy pain & suffering . . .
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Moxiesozo
25 October 2015
Thanks, Apple. Any particular reason why this update REQUIRES Mac OS X 10.11.x "El Capitan"?
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Version 6.17
Joinerm
20 May 2014
Is the "pinwheel of death" problem during login fixed in 5.05? OK, I know that this issues can be gotten around by unchecking "Show input menu in lgin window" but I prefer not to update RAW beyond version 4.09 until this bug is fixed.
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Version 5.05
Albabe
15 May 2014
5.05 today!
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Version 5.04
Bryce-Parker
02 January 2014
Supportive for many cameras, works for me.
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Version 5.02
limies
18 December 2013
No problem with installation. Support many new cameras
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Version 5.02
NotDilbert
02 December 2013
This update causes my computer to not reboot. It gets past the apple logo, then goes into the perpetual pinwheel of death before reaching the logon screen. I tried several different times to install it, all with the very same result. (Thank goodness I had backups) All other updates work fine, and there are no other problems. I have a MacBook Pro, 17-inch, Late 2011, 2.5 GHz Intel Core i7, 16 GB 1333 MHz DDR3, Intel HD Graphics 3000 512 MB, OS X 10.8.5 (12F45)
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Version 5.01
3 answer(s)
Mhor
Mhor
18 December 2013
I can confirm this issue with v5.01. It arises if Oracle Java 7u45 was installed before one some machines. You can fix it by booting into safe mode or (SSH into the machine and 'killall loginwindow' as root and disable the keyboard input menu in "System Preferences -> Users & Groups -> Login Options -> Show Input menu in login window" or disable it in CLI by running 'defaults delete /Library/Preferences/com.apple.loginwindow.plist showInputMenu' as root
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NotDilbert
NotDilbert
18 December 2013
Rebooting in safe mode did the trick. Thanks Mhor!! BTW, this problem still exists in v5.02. Also, I never installed Oracle Java (any version) because of inherent security risks.
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Mhor
Mhor
19 December 2013
Apple Java is also known to cause it
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