Am not familiar with mRAW as a color space, but you have since tested out the card in another camera to see if it has or has not failed?
mRAW is the reduced file size from regular RAW in my Canon 7D camera. I have seen it in the 5D as well. Not sure what others have it. Basically it means I was not shooting in full RAW to conserve a little space MP wise.
The card works in other cameras and I can open the files in EOS Digital Photo Viewer. I can use the card to capture more pix too.
mRAW is one of those specialized proprietary files that may not be supported by Camera Raw. If that is the case, it might be quicker for you to use DPP to simply convert them to TIF files, and then finish your work in Photoshop. It's unfortunate that you didn't test the mRAW format beforehand.
Are you sure you are using the latest (version 5.6) Adobe DNG Converter?
You can download it here:
As far as I know, the DNG Converter supports converting 7D mRAW and sRAW files to DNG. If you are sure you're using 5.6 and your mRAW files don't work, can you post them somewhere so I can download and thest them?
Another thing you can try it to manually copy some of the mRAW files from the CF card to a folder on your desktop, then ask the DNG Converter to convert those local copies to DNG. If converting mRAWs on your desktop works, but converting them on your card does not, then it's possible that you've just selected the wrong folder on your card in the DNG Converter, or there may be some other problem just reading files from your card.
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Thank you. I hadn't seen that the 5.6 had come out. I was at 5.5. I loaded it up and the 7D files are no longer an issue. Still wish they'd open right up in Adobe Bridge, but a conversion will do for now. Thanks and Merry Christmas.