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How Can I Stop RAW File Conversion To JPEG After iPadOS 12?

Hello, everyone, I got a trouble here. I updated my iPad from OS 10 to 12 recently. As usual, OS 10 allows me to upload RAW files from my iPad to a photography website while OS 12 changes this feature totally. On OS 12, the RAW files from the Nikon camera are automatically converted to jpeg with a weird name. I've tried multiple times but it turns out that my RAW files are converted to JPEG during the uploading process. Spechless but Apple is always good at touting new feature in a new OS release that they think it is helpful. Does anybody know what setting is able to stop this conversion?

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iBoysoft author Vain Rowe

Vain Rowe

Answered on Monday, February 19, 2024

Hi there, I have to tell you that there is no such setting that can allow you to upload the Nikon RAW files to a photography website for post-production with the file format unchanged. In general, most websites don't support the .raw file. You can downgrade the iPad operating system to OS 10 if you desperately need this feature.

 

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