Updating adobe camera raw
So, wait for October or don't wait and develop your own maybe.
You probably have to download and install the latest version of the Adobe Raw Converter. Since I see a very possible never ending argument, I will not comment on this subject further.We're sorry we could not help you with this particular subject.And, the latest PSE have converters like the converters in Photoshop 6 and forward to the latest. Photoshop CC needs to be subscribed like renting it.I think PSE makes things more nifty, easy, and I like owning it. I'm not 100% sure, but I believe that Photoshop Elements actually uses the same version of Camera Raw.The ones adobe has on there site like here are for photoshop cc or cs6 and don't work for photoshop elements.https://helpx.adobe.com/camera-raw/kb/Now camera raw 9.12 has been released.
Is pse 15 going to this update or is adobe going to cut off pse 15 from anymore camera raw updates like adobe does every year two or three months before a new version of pse is due out?
Older versions up to pse 10 had the updates available as downloadable from the adobe updates page, but since pse 11 adobe doesn't provide the separate update installers anymore.
My gripe is either photoshop elements doesn't get new camera raw update at or near the same time photoshop does or doesn't get the update at all and pse 15 will still be the current pse version till late september or early october when the new photoshop elements versions come out, so elements users don't get camera raw updates for like 4 or 5 monthsand adobe starting doing that around the time pse 11 came out.
I think these builds would be an ongoing update for Adobe as a guess.
No matter how many versions are released, there seems to be another RAW file build added per each camera brand, and I am sure Adobe is trying to keep up with the rush of different camera files made.
Is this planned JEA, I think there should be a PSE16, at least everyone hopes, but we don't when.