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15:20  14 july  2016
15:20  14 july  2016 Source:   engadget.com

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Adobe Lightroom mobile users have been asking for the ability to edit RAW files in the mobile app, and now the company doing something about the request. RAW support comes to iOS while Android users can expect manual controls for the in-app camera.

Adobe Lightroom mobile users have been asking for the ability to edit RAW files in the mobile app, and now the company doing In the latest update for the iOS version of the software, there’s a RAW Technology preview. This means that you ’ll be able to import those hefty files to your iPhone or iPad

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Adobe Lightroom mobile users have been asking for the ability to edit RAW files in the mobile app, and now the company doing something about the request. In the latest update for the iOS version of the software, there's a RAW Technology preview. This means that you'll be able to import those hefty files to your iPhone or iPad, giving you a means of checking the images before you get back to your computer. Lightroom mobile for iOS will also let you edit the files just like you would in the desktop or web versions of the app, making changes to white balance, highlights and more for an uncompressed file. Those changes also sync across devices.

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Raw support is here! With this Technology Preview you can import and edit the raw photos you take with your camera. You can also sync these photos and edits back to Lightroom CC on your computer and local Adjustments lets you selectively apply Exposure, Brightness, Clarity, and other

Adobe DNG is a raw file format that is uncompressed. So right away, you have a higher quality image than a JPG or TIFF, while also having greater editing Capture a picture in Adobe DNG format from Lightroom CC on your mobile device and edit your photos anywhere. Open the Lightroom CC app

iOS users will also be able to adjust linear and radial selections inside the app. With those tools, you can add a selection, modify an existing one or use the features to emphasize certain parts of an image. If you fancy doing your edits with an iPad and a connected keyboard, you'll now be able to use those handy shortcuts with the mobile app. The update is available from the App Store now for both iPhone and iPad, free of charge.

The Android version of the app is getting some new features, too. Earlier this year, Adobe added an in-app camera and "shoot-through" presets to the app. With this update, the company is adding manual controls to that workflow as well. When you're taking photos with Lightroom mobile on Android, you'll be able to leverage a new Pro mode that allows adjustments to ISO, shutter speed, white balance and manual focus. Adobe brought its DNG RAW format to the Android app a while back, and now the software has the manual controls to go along with it. What's more, there's also a new Lightroom Camera widget for easy access to those features, so you won't have to launch the full app just to grab a few snapshots.

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However for the most part, RAW editing requires users to download their photos onto the computer, fire up an app like Adobe Lightroom in order to edit said file . The good news is that you want to edit on your phone on the spot, you ’re in luck as Adobe has updated Lightroom to support RAW editing on

Until now , Lightroom for mobile only supported RAW editing for DNG image files . All changes made on the mobile app will sync to Lightroom on other devices and Adobe claims that the app will perform well no matter what size file is thrown at it, having put the Lightroom for mobile app to the

Android faithful also gain improved support for full-resolution files. If you have an image stored somewhere within the Lightroom ecosystem, you'll be able to pull it into the full-res version, make your changes and export it. The latest version of the Android app offers those features and more for free, and it's available now over at Google Play.

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