1402 Views 4 Replies Latest reply: Feb 9, 2010 5:06 AM by jrg_uk
Nope. I shot in 'regular' RAW. I have a Macbook Pro too (also with the 2.7 update) and that can see the files fine, so it's obviously something wrong with my config/install. The problem is I can't see how to address the problem. One thing I have noticed is that the Mac with the problem thinks the file kind is "Canon Camera Raw File" and the Mac that is working fine things that the file is a "Canon CR2 raw image". I've no idea how the file associations work or how I can chose how the OS sees the images. On both Macs the file is identical - including the file name and extension.
Yeah!!! I rule!!!
I sorted the problem. Somehow (and I've no idea how as you need root permissions to do this) the RawCamera.bundle file was missing from my Coreservices directory. I copied the one from my macbook to my mac pro and rebooted. All fine now. I hope this thread helps anyone else that gets this problem.
Perhaps the recent "RAW Camera Update 2.7" didn't install correctly on your Mac Pro?
(For anyone else reading, the folder Rob's referring to is /System/Library/CoreServices/RawCamera.bundle/, and the update also updates /System/Library/CoreServices/CoreTypes.bundle/Contents/Library/RawCameraTypes.b undle/)