0 Replies Latest reply on Nov 25, 2014 8:51 AM by Abambo

    Converting RAW to DNG: what information gets lost?

    Abambo Adobe Community Professional

      My context: I shoot RAW on Canon cameras and I have no issue with CR2 files. But as I am working in a Adobe work-flow, and I experienced that DNG files are smaller, I would gladly transfer my RAW files to DNG. My only worry here is: I would like to know which information is transferred and which is dropped. I have no problem with dropping info, that I do not use. But I would have problems with throwing away valuable information that is simply not exploited by Adobe. I could store the original RAW file in the DNG stream, but I would not like to have that waste of space...