Using newer versions of Camera RAW within CS6 than v9.x?

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we are still using the Adobe CS6 suite e.g. with Bridge CS6 (5.0.2.4 x64) and Camera RAW 9.1.1.461 (Windows 10/64).

Installing a newer version of Bridge is useless because we can't export RAW files.

But would it be possible to use a newer version of Camera RAW? Or is there no downloadable version only of Camera RAW?

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Carlos

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Using newer versions of Camera RAW within CS6 than v9.x?

Hi

we are still using the Adobe CS6 suite e.g. with Bridge CS6 (5.0.2.4 x64) and Camera RAW 9.1.1.461 (Windows 10/64).

Installing a newer version of Bridge is useless because we can't export RAW files.

But would it be possible to use a newer version of Camera RAW? Or is there no downloadable version only of Camera RAW?

Thanks

Carlos

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Re: Using newer versions of Camera RAW within CS6 than v9.x?

Adobe Community Professional, Mar 29, 2019

Unfortunately for you, the last version of Camera Raw compatible with Photoshop CS6 is version 9.1.1. There is nothing you can do about that. However, if you have a camera that is too new to be supported by that version, you can always download the free DNG converter and create DNG or digital negative copies of the raw images that can be supported in the version you are using. I don't know if you are aware of the DNG alternative, but the digital negative files will contain all the original raw data and you will have all the raw editing capabilities 9.1.1 has to offer. You just won't have all the new features that have been added to Camera Raw in the later versions.

The only downloadable version of Camera Raw as a separate entity is called Lightroom, and it's only available as a subscription which I suspect you aren't interested in.

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