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    I have just upgraded to photoshop CS2, I have an E-1, E-300 and E20, but have never taken photo "1" in the raw mode. My understanding is that CS2 can processing RAW files. My question is will CS2 work with Olympus RAW files?

    If this question has been asked before, can you direct me to that thread?

    Thans, Bob Wood

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    PS2 will open them in ACR (Adobe Camera RAW).

    What you will want to do is get the latest version of ACR from the Adobe site (version 3.6)

    http://www.adobe.com/products/photoshop/cameraraw.html

    Some "convert" their ORF files to Adobes own DNG format, because they are smaller. Search on here for DNG and you'll find info about it if you wanted to know more.

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    Default Re: CS2 and RAW processing...

    Craig,

    Thanks for the help. Bob Wood

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