AccuRaw EXR
AccuRaw EXR
3.1.5

5.0

AccuRaw EXR free download for Mac

AccuRaw EXR

3.1.5
12 October 2019

Raw image editor with precise control (was AccuRaw).

Overview

AccuRaw EXR (was AccuRaw) is a raw image editor and developer that delivers unmatched control over how your images are processed. Raw file formats from most camera manufacturers are supported, for example Nikon NEF files, Canon CR2 files, Leica DNG files, etc. AccuRaw also provides state-of-the-art processing for Fuji X-Trans based camera such as the X-Pro 1, X-E1, and X100s.

Features
  • Precise control over demosaicing. Most raw developers give you one choice about how your image is developed - soft images with no risk of artifacts. AccuRaw allows you control over the internal operation of the demosaicing engine. Maximum resolution or maximum suppression of artifacts such as moire, or anywhere in-between. The choice is yours.
  • Accurate, calibrated-color workflow. Color not the way you remember seeing it? Tired of "content aware processing" and "hue twists" taking decisions away from you? Want your starting point to be what the camera saw, not "Hollywood colors"? AccuRaw has a 100% accurate color workflow end-to-end, and lets you explicitly select whether or not to use tone curves, highlight preservation, etc., etc. And of course, AccuRaw supports industry-standard DCP (DNG camera profile) camera calibration files as produced by the software from many vendors.
  • Fits with your workflow. AccuRaw doesn't try to take over your workflow. It just fits in. There are no catalogs to worry about; your files stay right where they are, and AccuRaw never touches them. AccuRaw just automatically remembers your edits. A powerful system of presets and batch processing make work efficient, and you can output to any of JPEG, TIFF, or DNG for maximum compatibility with your choice of post-processing and digital-asset-management tools.

Note: AccuRaw doesn't do noise reduction or lens corrections - the image you get is the image your camera saw.

What's new in AccuRaw EXR

Version 3.1.5:
  • Optimized for macOS Catalina 10.15

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4 AccuRaw EXR Reviews

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mzbe
02 February 2019

Most helpful

AccuRaw delivers by far the best resolution of any raw converter on the market (I own them all ...). It takes a while to get accustomed to making adjustments - the recommended order of business is to use the sliders going from top to bottom. While not as feature complete as other raw converters, I would rather optimize the conversion and Photoshop the result vs. starting from a compromised image to begin with.
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Version 3.1.3
mzbe
02 February 2019
AccuRaw delivers by far the best resolution of any raw converter on the market (I own them all ...). It takes a while to get accustomed to making adjustments - the recommended order of business is to use the sliders going from top to bottom. While not as feature complete as other raw converters, I would rather optimize the conversion and Photoshop the result vs. starting from a compromised image to begin with.
Like (2)
Version 3.1.3
tvalleau
24 June 2016
OMG! I just compared this, using a .NEF from my D800, with Capture One Pro, DxO 11,and Lightroom CC. Looking only at accurate detail, Accruraw blew them ALL away ! Simply no comparison. Sigh... now I have to adjust my carefully crafted workflow again. Now, to be fair, Accuraw has -none- of the presets, gizmos and doohickies of all the others, and admittedly some of those are extremely useful. But, if my tests are right this is a tradeoff I'll make for the exquisite fundamental image Accuraw produces. Fantastic work, Alexander. Sweet.
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Version 2.4.10
Alvin-H
29 June 2015
this is very light weight raw converter. Nicely convert fuji xtrans raw. not try with other camera's raw. very cheap to... I bought it $7.9 at app store! no brainer!
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Version 2.3.4
Chas-m
26 April 2014
I would love to check this out and see if it would meet my needs, but there needs to be a trial version, limited free version or some other kind of "demo" so I can test it. I'm not about to drop $30 on a program that I then discover I don't like. If there's a demo version on the developer's website, I couldn't find it.
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Version 2.0.0
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Andrewrodney
Andrewrodney
14 May 2014
I agree, even if the demo put some water mark on the image. It looks quite good in that it supports DNG files and DNG profiles. I'd encourage the developer to setup some kind of demo schema so we can see if it's worth the $30.
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Andrewrodney
Andrewrodney
14 May 2014
OK found a beta that does appear to be fully functional. And this product is pretty nice! Fast too. There are a few warts (be nice if the various optional palettes like EXIF were sticky between re-launch) but overall, this looks like it is well worth $30.
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$79.99

5.0

App requirements: 
  • Intel 64
  • Mac OS X 10.7.0 or later
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