I have just posted a trial version of RAW Power for Mac. There is no time limit.

Like the App Store version, it requires macOS Sierra or later.

 

It is fully-featured version, with a few exceptions:

  • No Photos Extension (having multiple extensions for the same app can confuse macOS)

  • Cannot save changes

  • Exports are watermarked

 

The trial version is here

7 Comments

  1. pierre

    Hi Nik,
    I don’t see any difference between the releases 1.3.2 and 1.3.3
    Are there differences or improvements to expect?

    Both are working exactly the same, and good btw.
    But improvement may also, like batch processing, filmstrip viewer, rating etc..
    Regards,

    Pierre

    • Nik Bhatt

      1.3.3 exposes a preference for GPU. I didn’t release it formally, but it’s in the trial version.
      1.4 is underway right now with a few features (including the TIFF-8 support you asked for).
      Batch Processing, etc. will come in a future release (still firming up plans for that).

  2. Allan

    Great to hear about the batch processing support!

    Thanks,
    Allan

  3. Valdo

    Hello,
    I would like to suggest to implement a free configurable file name extension to the Exported files.
    For example DSCF0000_RP.jpg / DSCF0000_RP.tif. It would be very useful to have an overview on
    pictures archive having used in the past different raw processors and also for users who want to
    compare different raw processor outputs.

    In the past I used ” _DxO” for …. 🙂 DxO now “_C1” for Capture One (Sadly I had to abandon the
    DxO after my switch to Fuji and seems that this will also happens with C1 due their price policy)

    Have a wonderful day!

    • Nik Bhatt

      Hi Vlado,
      I’m not sure I understand what you’re suggesting. Do you want an improvement to the Export feature in RAW Power which lets you add suffixes automatically to the file name? If so, are you trying to mark which RAW Processor made which file?

      • Valdo

        Hi Nik,
        thank you for reply.

        Yes it is like a footprint, the suffix in the image name identifies the used raw processor.

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