Which operating system are you using?
Sounds like you just installed the dng converter, which is a separate program from photoshop and camera raw.
The EOS 600D should be supported in camera raw, provided you have a camera raw plugin installed.
If you go to
and click on the words Camera Raw, what version does it say?
Have you tried Help>Updates from within photoshop cs6?
You can try one of the following installers for camera raw 9.1.1
or if that doesn't work, this one under Camera Raw 9.1.1 Installer:
If you have windows xp, vista or mac os x 10.6.8, then use camera raw 8.3
I installed again Camera Raw 9.1.1. For a while, photoshop was able to open cr2 files (in the File format it was possible to chose Camera raw), but then again it dissapered. And now i can not open cr2 files in photoshop.
What could be a problem?
Do I need DNG converter to open raw files in Photoshop?
In Photoshop do Help / About Plug-in / Camera Raw and see what version is shown.
it shows 188.8.131.521 camera raw version now.
and now i again reinstalled camera raw and i am able to open cr2 file in photoshop. It is strange behavior, every time to open a raw photo, i have to delete and install camea raw program.
May be there is something wrong with my Photoshop? some incompatibility?
really strange issue.
Next time you cannot open an image do Help-or-PS / About Plug-in / Camera Raw, again, and also About Photoshop, to confirm you’re not somehow running an even older version of Photoshop by accident that has a version of ACR that is too old.
And how are you opening an image, are you opening it from Finder, by right-clicking on the image in Bridge, or by starting up Photoshop and choosing Open?
but camera raw is there.
my photoshop is CS6 v13.0 Extended.
I open an image, by starting up Photoshop and choosing Open and then browse a photo on my pc. Is it correct?
The latest version of PS CS6 I have is 13.1.2.
Try uninstalling PS-CS6, then reinstalling from downloads, here:
You'd need to download and install both the initial version of PS CS6, then the latest update or maybe each update from 13.0.1 to 13.0.6 using the updates link a little further down on the blog post.