3 Replies Latest reply on Feb 6, 2017 5:10 AM by sanganeb

    dng @ cs5

    sanganeb Level 1

      can I use DNG 8.6 ,8.7,9.0,9.5 with photoshop cs5 .   if so how   if not what will ?  

       

      can I use lightroom 6 for Nikon d810 ,d750, d7200, d500 , . will this work straight out of the box .

       

      many thanks

        • 1. Re: dng @ cs5
          Just Shoot Me Adobe Community Professional

          If you are asking about the DNG converter, Yes you can and then the images will work in the older ACR version.

           

          Look here for the list of supported cameras for version of ACR.

           

          Cameras supported by Camera Raw

          • 2. Re: dng @ cs5
            gener7 Adobe Community Professional & MVP

            Just be sure CS5's ACR is updated to v6.7 and you set the DNG Converter for that. It's best to get the latest DNG Convertor. 9.8 for now. You'll be setting the DNG converter preferences to ACR 6.6 and later.

             

            Adobe Digital Negative Converter 9.x gives links to that and instructions to set it up.

             

            Lightroom 6? If you update it, it should work with those models without a converter. Not much of an expert there, so be sure to check the Lr forums for best advice.

            • 3. Re: dng @ cs5
              sanganeb Level 1

              hi

              I do not understand

              if I go onto dng 9x it tells me  that dng 6.7 is not for my camera & if I wont to go to 7.1 or above I require cs6  or cc .

              therefor if it is possible to get cs5 to dng 9 or above with cs5  .please explain to some one who is not very computer savey

              many thanks

               

              Since Camera Raw 6.7 (CS5) cannot read your Nikon Raw files directly, you must convert the NEFs to DNG.

               

              Download and install the latest DNG converter which is 9.8 

               

              Open the Dng Converter, click on "Change Preferences" and set it to "6.6 or later"

               

              Screen Shot 2017-02-06 at 4.49.28 AM.png

               

              Then place the Nikon Raws in a folder, select that folder, and click on Convert. The DNG files are created. Open those in ACR 6.7. For example double-click on the DNG file or open them in Bridge CS5.

               

              Screen Shot 2017-02-06 at 4.51.34 AM.png