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RAW Image w/ Paint Shop Pro

Discussion in 'Phantom 2 Vision Discussion' started by milezone, Feb 1, 2014.

  1. milezone

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    Hi Guys,

    I know the standard is Photoshop, and may not even be any PSP (Paint Shop Pro) users. But I use PSP and have been for many years with excellent results. So I try to open the RAW file (can do RAW With my Nikon DSL) and I do not see to have any luck? All I see is a washed out white/gray slab? Or maybe I have something not set right? Can anyone help?

    Milezone
     
  2. CosmicFTW

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    RAW images are not supported by any software for the vision. You have to update the camera firmware to 1.1.9 which ads DNG support and edit in Photoshop!
     
  3. milezone

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    Well I use the DJI Phantom 2 Assistant and it shows 1.0.8, and tells me no updates after that? I sure wish there was a video to actually show step by step this firmware stuff, I must be totally lost. :-( Figure the DJI Phantom 2 would do this?
     
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  6. milezone

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    Feel like a noob, thanks for the video link, right there on DJI :) I should have seen that. Fixed and working like a charm. Thanks
     
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    Well you were regarding camera update ;)

    As were we all at one point :lol:
     
  8. Pull_Up

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    and DNG raw files are openable (is that a word?) by products other than Adobe. I'm a linux user and have the very reasonably priced GIMP as a Photoshop alternative (it's free) and there are plugins for that to read DNG raw files, also quite a few standalone packages will handle dng too.