RAW Power adds Compressed Fujifilm RAW Support for MAC, Re-Worked Film Simulations and More

We already reported that very recently, Apple added uncompressed RAW support for the latest Fujifilm cameras.

This means Apps that use Apple RAW engine can now work with uncompressed RAW files of the latest Fujifilm cameras.

In that occasion, I also told you that my favorite App is RAW Power, which basically brings Aperture style interface and functions to the built-in Photos App on your Mac.

Well, the guys at RAW Power now went beyond of what Apple offers, by adding support for compressed Fujifilm RAW files, re-working their Fujifilm film simulations (developed in conjunction with Fujifilm shooters) and more.

Down below you can read all the details.

In case you want to download your version for Mac (free trial option), go to gentlemencoders here. For the Apple and iOS version go the App Store here.

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Apple Adds RAW Support for More Fujifilm Cameras Including Fujifilm X-T4 and X-S10 with MacOS Big Sur and iPadOS 14.5

FR-reader Moritz made me notice on Twitter here, that a couple of weeks ago MacOS Big Sur added uncompressed RAW support for additional Fujifilm cameras.

This means you can now edit RAW files from Fujifilm X-T4, X-S10 and more in all major image editing apps on iPad as well as apps on macOS that use the RAW engine provided by iOS (Apple Core Image RAW), such as Affinity Photo or one of my favorites, RAW Power.

Sadly not yet supported are the Fujifilm GFX100S and the original GFX100. Also the Fujifilm X-E4 is not yet included.

Down below you can find the fill list of currently supported X and GFX cameras.

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RAW Power 3.0 Adds Fujifilm Film Simulations LUT

For those, who missed our original RAW Power article of February 2017 here, the RAW Power app brings Aperture style interface and functions to Mac Photos.

A few days ago, Nik Bhatt, former Aperture developer at Apple, has released RAW Power ver. 3.0. Down below the full list of new features and improvements.

Particulary relevant for Fujifilm users:

  • LUTs with Fujifilm Simulations included (and you can import your own)

Fellow FR-reader Fleckintosh did try it out already, and so far it seems to work well.

Remember that back in 2018, Nik also introduced the Lightroom plug-in for RAW Power, which allows you to access RAW Power directly from the Lighroom interface and do non-destructive editing.

See the full list of supported Fujifilm cameras here (no compressed RAW support, only uncompressed).

What’s New
Apr 15, 2020

Version 3.0

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RAW Power 2.0 for Mac and iOS Released

RAW Power

For those, who missed our original RAW Power article of February 2017 here, the RAW Power app brings Aperture style interface and functions to Mac Photos.

Now Nik Bhatt, former Aperture developer at Apple, has released RAW Power ver. 2.0. Down below the full list of new features and improvements.

Earlier this year, Nik also introduced the Lightroom plug-in for RAW Power, which allows you to access RAW Power directly from the Lighroom interface and do non-destuctive editing.

Full list of supported cameras here (no compressed RAW support).

LIST OF IMPROVEMENTS / NEW FEATURES / VIDEO TUTORIALS

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“RAW Power” App Brings Aperture Style Interface & Functions to Mac Photos… for just $10 (Limited Time Offer)

A fellow FR-reader just dropped me a link to a RAW converter software that might be interesting for some fellow X-shooters out there. It’s called RAW Power.

RAW Power is a Photos extension plug-in (but can be used also as standalone app), that gives you complete access to the macOS RAW engine in an intuitive interface that will feel very familiar to Aperture users largely because of who wrote it, Nik Bhatt, who was the man behind Apples Aperture. Nik Bhatt has left Apple and today creates Apps such as RAW Power.

RAW Power uses the same technology that sits underneath Photos, but this plug-in gives you access to all the controls to devolop the RAW images. You can make fixes and improvements that are simply impossible to make in Photos. It also has some features that were not present even in Aperture.

You can now grab RAW Power for $10 bucks (limited time offer), and use it as standalone App or embedd it into Apples Photos Application.

UPDATE: As Ben noted in the comments:

Uses Apple’s macOS built-in RAW support… so it doesn’t work with compressed RAF

I’ll share 2 videos below, the first one is a short introduction to RAW Power, and the second one is a video 34 minutes chat at TWiP with Nik Bhatt.