What application and what version number are you using to convert to DNG?
What software are you using in your RAW workflow? Only Aperture? (again, what version number?)
Why do you want to convert to DNG in that case? To be able to open the files in an older version of Aperture?
What changed between "a few days ago" and today? (new converter, other settings, different files, different directorate, disk?)
Hi - thank you for responding.
I use Adobe DNG Converter 5.6 for Mac for converting.
At the moment I use only iPhoto (8.1.2), but OS X is supposed to support DNG
natively. I use OS X Snow Leopard (10.6.3).
I wanted to convert my RAW files to DNG in order to have all my RAW files
from a previous Canon camera and my present Panasonic camera in the same
format. A format that I thought would be more universal and 'future proof'.
As far as I can tell, nothing has changed on my system.
I'm having the same problems.
After converting the RW2 files, I can't open them in Lightroom. Error message says the files are corrupted.
I've no problem in opening the file using Photoshop CS 4 though. But editing the photos one by one will be quite a waste of time.
DNG Converter 18.104.22.168
Mac OS 10.5.8
The current version of Lightroom is version 2.6. You may wish to upgrade...