The popular Darkroom photo and video editing app has been updated today with support for Apple’s new ProRAW photo format. ProRAW was first announced at Apple’s October event and this week came to iPhone 12 Pro and iPhone 12 Pro Max users thanks to the release of iOS 14.3.
Darkroom was born on the iPhone and iPad and arrived on the Mac last month along with the release of the first M1 MacBook Pro, MacBook Air and Mac mini. Today’s update unifies the experience on iPhone, iPad and Mac:
This update adds support for ProRAW photos on iOS 14.3. It also brings new features and all the improvements we’ve made for Darkroom on macOS to iOS and iPadOS, putting all of our apps on the same version scheme they’ll be marching in bulk from now on.
With today’s update to Darkroom, you can now import and edit ProRAW photos taken with iPhone 12 Pro and iPhone 12 Pro Max. Apple warns that each file in the ProRAW format will be approximately 25MB in size, but you will have additional control over the image post-processing.
Other improvements in today’s update to Darkroom include:
- Added support for ProRAW.
- Added Tone Map slider for ProRAW photos.
- We’ve updated our app icon to embrace the new, more realistic rendering, in the style of macOS Big Sur.
- We’ve added 3 additional App Icon variants for our Darkroom + subscribers to celebrate major Mac stylistic eras.
Darkroom is available on the App Store for iPhone, iPad and Mac. It is a free download with in-app subscriptions to unlock all features. You can also find the full release notes on the App Store.
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