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|After Effects||In||Supported file formats in After Effects (7.x): "Camera raw (... .dng ...)".|
|In Out||This both reads and writes DNG files. It is one of the main ways of creating DNG files. In 3.2 it provided a command line interface, permitting it to be used as a component within other products.||Yes|
|Adobe Lens Profile Creator||In||This uses an "image set" of DNG files to create the lens correction profile for a given lens.|
|DNG Profile Editor (beta)||In||The new color rendering package contains the following components: the DNG 1.2 specification, which expands and formalizes the concept of a color profile for raw (i.e., scene-referred) image data captured by digital sensors ... DNG Profile Editor, a free software utility for editing camera profiles.|
|DNG SDK||In Out||"The DNG SDK [Software Development Kit] provides support for reading and writing DNG files as well as support for converting DNG data into a format easily displayed or processed by imaging applications. This SDK can serve as a starting point for adding DNG support to existing applications that use and manipulate images or as an aid to adding DNG support within cameras". (It includes a binary distribution of the Adobe XMP SDK).||Yes|
|DNG WIC Codec for Vista||In Out||DNG WIC Codec for Vista released by Adobe Labs. (Release candidate).|
|Lightroom||In Out||"Adobe® Lightroom™ is the efficient new way for professional photographers to import, select, develop, and showcase large volumes of digital images".||Yes|
|Photoshop & Bridge + ACR||In Out||DNG was introduced with ACR (Adobe Camera Raw) 2.3, running under Photoshop CS (but ACR 2.4 should be used). With ACR 3.x, running under CS2, DNG became the native raw format for ACR, holding settings as well as the raw data.||Yes|
|Photoshop Elements + ACR||In Out||DNG was introduced with ACR (Adobe Camera Raw) running under Photoshop Elements 3.0, and later 4.0 & 5.0 & 6.0.||Yes|
|Premiere Elements + ACR||In||Premiere Elements can use ACR to read raw files, including DNG.|