Unable to open OM-D E-M5 Mark II Raw files in Elements 12 [was: Adobe Camera Raw]

Gebruik al jaren PS Elements 12. Nu een andere camera in gebruik, nl Olympus OM DE M 5 mark II. Mijn RAW bestanden (ORF) worden niet meer ondersteund. Kan deze dus niet openen om te bewerken.Welk programma heb ik hiervoor nodig. Heb inmiddels  Adobe Camera RAW 10.5 geïnstalleerd maar er gebeurt niets. Kan de RAW bestanden nog steeds niet openen.

Wie kan mij helpen. Ben niet piepjong meer, dus graag n simpele uitleg. (Voorkauwen noemen ze dat).

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Unable to open OM-D E-M5 Mark II Raw files in Elements 12 [was: Adobe Camera Raw]

Gebruik al jaren PS Elements 12. Nu een andere camera in gebruik, nl Olympus OM DE M 5 mark II. Mijn RAW bestanden (ORF) worden niet meer ondersteund. Kan deze dus niet openen om te bewerken.Welk programma heb ik hiervoor nodig. Heb inmiddels  Adobe Camera RAW 10.5 geïnstalleerd maar er gebeurt niets. Kan de RAW bestanden nog steeds niet openen.

Wie kan mij helpen. Ben niet piepjong meer, dus graag n simpele uitleg. (Voorkauwen noemen ze dat).

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Hi Berkansado,

I just checked on this page: Cameras supported by Camera Raw

and it shows that the minimum Adobe Camera Raw that would work with your new camera is version 9.9. It also seems that the version of ACR that came with Elements 12 was (I think) v. 8.

At a minimum, see if you can update the ACR within your PS Elements to a more recent version. The one limitation on this will be that any application will be limited how far it can use a plugin that was made long after the application was made. (An application can only go back so far.)

You do have two options: download the free application DNG Converter Digital Negative (DNG), Adobe DNG Converter | Adobe Photoshop CC

Open this application and then point it to the DNG converter. This will take all of the files you created and it will convert the Olympus raw format into the DNG format. These images should be accessible to your version of PS Elements.

Alternatively, you can update your copy of PS Elements and easily open your new Olympus images and enjoy all of the new features that newer version of software can provide.

Please let us know if either of these provides the solutions help you.

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Adobe Community Professional, Oct 02, 2018

Hi Berkansado,

I just checked on this page: Cameras supported by Camera Raw

and it shows that the minimum Adobe Camera Raw that would work with your new camera is version 9.9. It also seems that the version of ACR that came with Elements 12 was (I think) v. 8.

At a minimum, see if you can update the ACR within your PS Elements to a more recent version. The one limitation on this will be that any application will be limited how far it can use a plugin that was made long after the application was made. (An application can only go back so far.)

You do have two options: download the free application DNG Converter Digital Negative (DNG), Adobe DNG Converter | Adobe Photoshop CC

Open this application and then point it to the DNG converter. This will take all of the files you created and it will convert the Olympus raw format into the DNG format. These images should be accessible to your version of PS Elements.

Alternatively, you can update your copy of PS Elements and easily open your new Olympus images and enjoy all of the new features that newer version of software can provide.

Please let us know if either of these provides the solutions help you.

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Re: Unable to open OM-D E-M5 Mark II Raw files in Elements 12 [was: Adobe Camera Raw]

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Cameras supported by Camera Raw

The OM-D E-M5 Mark II was first supported in Camera Raw 9.0.

Camera Raw plug-in and Adobe application compatibility

Elements 12 is only compatible with Camera Raw up to version 8.5. You won't be able to install any later version with Elements 12.

So you'll never be able to open those Raw files in Elements 12.

Options:

  1. Pay to upgrade to the current version of Elements (or buy a new full version if it's cheaper that way), or
  2. Use the DNG converter as mentioned above. Convert Raw to DNG then open the DNG files (not the Raw files) in Elements 12.
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Re: Unable to open OM-D E-M5 Mark II Raw files in Elements 12 [was: Adobe Camera Raw]

Thank you very much John Waller for your help.

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Op 2 okt. 2018 om 14:33 heeft John Waller <forums_noreply@adobe.com> het volgende geschreven:

Unable to open OM-D E-M5 Mark II Raw files in Elements 12

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Cameras supported by Camera Raw

The OM-D E-M5 Mark II was first supported in Camera Raw 9.0.

Camera Raw plug-in and Adobe application compatibility

Elements 12 is only compatible with Camera Raw up to version 8.5. You won't be able to install any later version with Elements 12.

So you'll never be able to open those Raw files in Elements 12.

Options:

Pay to upgrade to the current version of Elements (or buy a new full version if it's cheaper that way), or

Use the DNG converter as mentioned above. Convert Raw to DNG then open the DNG files (not the Raw files) in Elements 12.

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