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DNG Converter now UniBin


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Good news for those of us supporting Adobe's open format for raw... their converter (as of v3.5) is now a universal binary, which should speed up conversions considerably.

I've been using the DNG converter to get my Pentax RAW files into a format Aperture can work with, so its good to see it becoming UniBin. :(

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Awesome, thanks for the tip.

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does this mean that even though photoshop is using rosetta the conversions will speed up? or is this the stand alone converter only?
btw....
http://www.macnn.com...reviews.ps.cs3/
exciting!!!

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only the standalone converter is unibin afaik

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Uhh.. weirdness. My DNG files are all tiny, *unless I run the converter with Rosetta* !

How bizarre.





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