“FUJIFILM X RAW STUDIO” is Fujifilm’s new RAW conversion software which offers alternative functionality to existing RAW conversion software. Once a compatible digital camera has been connected to a computer, “FUJIFILM X RAW STUDIO” allows users to:
Ver.3.00 or later*1
|Ver1.0 or later|
Ver.1.1 or later
|Ver.1.1 or later|
|X-H1||All version||Ver.1.1 or later||Ver.1.1 or later|
|X-T2||Ver.3.00 or later||Ver1.0 or later||Ver.1.1 or later|
|X-T20||Ver.2.00 or later*2||Ver.1.1 or later||Ver.1.1 or later|
|X-Pro2||Ver.4.00 or later||Ver1.0 or later||Ver.1.1 or later|
|X100F||Ver.2.00 or later||Ver1.0 or later||Ver.1.1 or later|
*1 Firmware Ver. 3.00 for FUJIFILM GFX 50S will be available in March 2018. 35mm Format Mode will be compatible.
*2 Firmware Ver. 2.00 for FUJIFILM X-T20 will be available in April 2018.
|Mac||Mac OS X 10.10.5、10.11.6、macOS 10.12.6、macOS High Sierra|
|PC||Windows 7 SP1、8.1、10|
Please note, the RAW conversion is only compatible with a RAW file taken by the same camera model as the camera connected to the computer. For example, if the connected camera is a FUJIFILM X-T2, the RAW file must be taken by a FUJIFILM X-T2.
“FUJIFILM X RAW STUDIO” is a free download and is available from FUJIFILM website.
If you are downloading the software using macOS / Mac OS X, Gatekeeper may stop you from launching applications which have not been downloaded from the App Store. You will need to allow the FUJIFILM X RAW STUDIO to launch using the instructions below for macOS High Sierra.
Following the instructions in the camera’s Owner’s Manual or New Feature Guide, put the camera in to USB RAW CONVERSION mode under the SET UP menu.
* The image is an example for FUJIFILM GFX 50S Ver.2.00 or FUJIFILM X-T2 Ver.3.00. The structure and the name of the menu are different from the image between models. Refer the instructions in the Owner’s Manual or New Feature Guide in detail.
Use a USB cable to connect the camera with your Mac or PC. If the camera and your Mac or PC are compatible with USB3.0, connecting via USB3.0 cable is recommended. USB3.0 cable allows you to convert RAW files in a shorter time.
Turn the power switch of the camera ON. The back LCD monitor of the camera will be suppressed and the LED will flash green.
The power saving feature of the camera does not work when it is connected in the USB RAW CONVERSION mode so you will need to make sure the camera has enough battery for the RAW conversion process. The battery level can be checked at the FUJIFILM X RAW STUDIO window.
* FUJIFILM X-T2 and X100F are driven with USB bus power assist.
Double-click the FUJIFILM X RAW STUDIO icon in the Applications folder to launch.
(Mac) Select “Quit FUJIFILM X RAW STUDIO” from the “FUJIFILM X RAW STUDIO” menu.
(Windows) Select “Exit” from the “File” menu.
① Connected Camera Information
② Battery Level of the Connected Camera
③ Source Image Folder Pane
⑤ Image Information
⑥ Image Information
⑦ Thumbnail View
⑨ Preview Pane
⑩ Profile Pane
⑪ Conversion Settings Pane
⑫ RAW Conversion Button
⑬ Single View Mode
⑭ Before (B) / After (A) View Mode
⑮ Zoom Selection
⑯ Actual Pixels Mode
⑰ Actual Pixels Mode
⑱ Zoom-in Tool
⑲ Zoom-out Tool
⑳ Hand Tool
㉑ File Type Filter Selection
|: Converted JPEG/TIFF are displayed.|
|: Converted JPEG/TIFF are not displayed.|
㉒ Camera Model Filter Selection
|: Shows all RAW files. Includes all RAW files, including those taken by a model other than the connected camera|
|: Shows compatible RAW files only. Includes RAW files only taken by the same model as the connected camera|
㉓ Thumbnail Order Selection
|: Thumbnail order by file name (ascending order)|
|: Thumbnail order by file name (descending order)|
|: Thumbnail order by file size (ascending order)|
|: Thumbnail order by file size (descending order)|
|: Thumbnail order by file type (ascending order)|
|: Thumbnail order by file type (descending order)|
|: Thumbnail order by timestamp (ascending order)|
|: Thumbnail order by timestamp (descending order)|
RAW files have to be saved onto the SSD or HDD of the computer.
When a RAW file is selected, a color bar will be displayed above the thumbnail. The selected image will be displayed in the “Preview Pane”
Once you have selected the conversion settings, the image in the “Preview Pane” will be updated to reflect these changes.
The conversion settings applied will automatically be saved as a “Profile” in to the same folder as the RAW file. An image with a “Profile” applied is indicated by the * mark on the thumbnail.
Select single/multiple RAW files on the “Thumbnail View” and then click “Convert” button to convert them into JPEG or TIFF files (RAW files taken by FUJIFILM GFX 50S support conversion into TIFF format).
The converted images are saved in to the same folder as the original RAW file.
* RAW conversion is only compatible with a RAW file taken by the same model as the connected camera.
* RAW conversion requires the use of the camera’s battery. You will need to ensure there is enough charge in the battery to process the conversions. You can check the battery level of the camera under the “Battery Level of the Connected Camera”. FUJIFILM X-T2 and X100F are driven with USB bus power assist.
The conversion settings are referred to as a “Profile”.
After creating a conversion setting under the “Conversion Settings Pane”, a “Profile” is generated automatically. After creating a conversion setting under the “Conversion Settings Pane”, a “Profile” is generated automatically.
You can copy a “Profile” from one file to another.
elect “Copy Conversion Profile” at the right-button menu on one file and then select “Paste Conversion Profile” at the right-button menu on the target RAW file at the “Thumbnail View”. Shot-cut keys are available for the copy and paste operations.
By clicking the “Save Profile” button under the “Profile Pane”, you can save your favorite settings as a “User Profile”
A “User Profile” can be pasted onto selected single or multiple RAW files.
* If a RAW file is not compatible with pasted “Profile” in some condition, the “Profile” will be adjusted. For example, if a RAW file was taken with DYNAMIC RANGE at 100%, when you paste a profile on to the file which has a DYNAMIC RANGE of 400%, the DYNAMIC RANGE will automatically be adjusted to 100%. The mark is displayed on the thumbnail to notify the automatic adjustment.
You can also rename or delete a “User Profile” by selecting a right-button menu at the “Profile Pane”
By clicking “Before (B)/ After (A) View Mode” button under the “Toolbar”, you can compare your before and after images side-by-side.
The zoom-in, zoom-out and move operations are adapted simultaneously to both the before and after images.
To go back to the single view mode, click “Single View Mode” button under the “Toolbar”.
|Refresh Folder List||⌘ R||Ctrl R|
|Copy Conversion Profile||⌘ C||Ctrl C|
|Paste Conversion Profile||⌘ V||Ctrl V|
|Register Conversion Profile||⌘ V||Ctrl S|
|Undo||⌘ Z||Ctrl Z|
|Redo||⌘ Y||Ctrl Y|
|Convert||⌘ D||Ctrl D|
|Zoom In||⌘ .||Ctrl .|
|Fit to||^Z||Shift Z|
|66.7%||^⌘1||Ctrl Shift 1|
Ctrl Shift 2
|33.3%||^⌘3||Ctrl Shift 3|
|25%||^⌘4||Ctrl Shift 4|
|16.7%||^⌘5||Ctrl Shift 5|
|12.5%||^⌘6||Ctrl Shift 6|
|8.33%||^⌘7||Ctrl Shift 7|
|6.25%||^⌘8||Ctrl Shift 8|
|5%||^⌘9||Ctrl Shift 9|
|Fit on Screen||-Z||Shift Z|
|Before / After||Y||Y|
|List Target File Only||⌥ V||Alt L|
|List RAW File Only||⌘ L||Ctrl L|
|Sort in File Name (Descending Order)||⇧⌥⌘ 1||Ctrl Alt Shift 1|
|Sort in File Name (Ascending Order)||⌥⌘ 1||Ctrl Alt 1|
|Sort in Timestamp (Descending Order)||⇧⌥⌘ 5||Ctrl Alt Shift 5|
|Sort in Timestamp (Ascending Order)||⌥⌘ 5||Ctrl Alt 5|
|Sort in File (Descending Order)||⇧⌥⌘ 6||Ctrl Alt Shift 6|
|Sort in File Size (Ascending Order)||⌥⌘ 6||Ctrl Alt 6|
|Sort in File Type (Descending Order)||⇧⌥⌘ 2||Ctrl Alt Shift 2|
|Sort in File Type (Ascending Order)||⌥⌘ 2||Ctrl Alt 2|
|Link Original RAW File||⌘ A||Ctrl A|