New Fujifilm RAW Support in Photomator and Pixelmator

Good news for photographers! Photomator and Pixelmator Pro have recently been updated to support Fujifilm’s compressed RAW format.

This format is not natively recognized by Apple’s macOS, but the companies have worked together to create a new pipeline that allows users to open and edit these files in both Photomator Pro and Pixelmator.

The updated versions of both applications now allow users to open and edit compressed Fujifilm RAWs from various camera models, including X-T2, X-T3, X-T4, X-T5, X-T20, X-T30, X-T30 II, X100V, X100F, X-E3, X-E4, X-H1, X-H2, X-H2S, X-S10, X-Pro2, X-Pro3, GFX 50R, GFX 50S, and GFX100S.

In addition to this, compressed and uncompressed RAWs from the new Fujifilm X-S20 are also supported in Photomator and Pixelmator Pro on macOS 13 and iOS 16.

According to the companies, these compressed Fujifilm RAWs can be edited just like any other images.

Users can use Pixelmator Pro actions in AppleScript and the Shortcuts app to edit multiple RAW photos at once, including changing colors, cropping, converting RAWs to different file formats, and more.

Aside from the support for Fujifilm compressed RAW, both applications have received other updates as well.

Pixelmator Pro version 3.3.9 brings significant improvements to the Denoise tool, allowing users to adjust the amount of noise they want to remove from their images. The update also includes some minor bug fixes.

On the other hand, Photomator version 3.0.10 now makes it easier for editors to work with look-up tables (LUTs) and color adjustment presets. They can now add LUTs to preset collections and always show preset names.

The iPad version of Pixelmator also allows editors to copy and paste color adjustments between photos using keyboard shortcuts. Both applications have also received bug fixes and feature updates.

If you’re already subscribed to Photomator and Pixelmator Pro, you can enjoy these updates starting today. Don’t miss out on the improved editing capabilities and new features for your photography workflow.

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