October 12, 2021 | 6218 Views | By Dan Harlacher
New Update – ON1 Photo RAW 2022 – The Ultimate Photo Editor
We have a free update for ON1 Photo RAW 2022! We’ve been tweaking and fixing a few issues reported by users. We recommend all ON1 Photo RAW 2022 owners download this update. You can read the release notes and grab the update here.
Version 2022 (184.108.40.20612) — Oct 11th, 2021
- Improved the mask for trees when using Sky Swap AI
- Improved the stability of Sky Swap AI on Windows
- Resolved an issue where you would be prompted to save the default preset when changes are made in Export
- Added the ability to set the starting number for sequences when renaming
- Improved Ps plugin support. This allows running x86 plugins in ARM architecture, loading Qt-based plugins like Perfectly Clear, as well as support for Nik Silver Efex Pro and Viveza.
- Improved support for Nikon 12-bit NEF files
- Block installation on deprecated OS’s such as Windows 7 & 8, and macOS 10.13
- Resolved an issue where Olympus raw files were not being opened as tier 1 cameras
- Added support for changing brush size with the scroll gesture by holding down opt key on macOS when the preferences are set to adjust the brush size
- Support for New Cameras — Sony A7R IIIa, Sony ZV-E10
- Other Bug Fixes and Improvements
Pricing & Availability
ON1 Photo RAW 2022 is available to order today for $99.99 for a perpetual license. Owners of any previous version of any ON1 products can order version 2022 for the upgrade price of $79.99. A free 14-day trial is also available to download today.
ON1 Photo RAW subscribers automatically receive the new ON1 Photo RAW 2022 as part of their plans (see below for details). ON1 Photo RAW subscription plans always include the latest version of ON1 Photo RAW for computers and mobile, the ON1 Photo RAW cloud syncing, and each of the ON1 plugins. Starting plans are available as low as $7.99 per month or $89.99 per year.
A single purchase of any ON1 product includes Windows and macOS versions for use on two computers and support for 11 languages.
ON1 Photo RAW, the ultimate photo editor, supports RAW files from over 800 cameras, but it isn’t just for raw files. It also supports file formats include JPEG, TIF, PSD/PSB, PNG, HEIC, DNG as well as common video formats, are supported and benefit from the speed, performance, and abundance of editing tools in the app. There’s even a ON1 Photo RAW mobile application to allow subscribers to edit, view and sync photos between your computers and mobile devices.
5 comments on “New Update – ON1 Photo RAW 2022 – The Ultimate Photo Editor”
On October 12, 2021 at 3:02 pm Renee Vallieres wrote:
Well that was quick ! Thank you so much ! My ORF files are now back to normal !
On October 12, 2021 at 11:56 pm David Price wrote:
Thank you. The update ran smoothly and quickly.
Last night, a friend asked me to edit an image that she wants to use for an art project. The new Line mask tool worked really well, on the multilayered image. NoNoise also improved the image.
Photo Raw 2022 is definitely the most powerful and easy to use version yet.
On October 13, 2021 at 12:26 am Erik Matthezing wrote:
Thank you for the quick fix. No I am able to use my older 12bit NEF photo’s again. 🙂
On October 23, 2021 at 8:08 pm Kkenneth Halal wrote:
As much as I love using this product something has happened with the masking bug in this 2022 version versus the 2021 version. It seems after awhile the masking bug becomes very slow. Seems to be more problematic when I’m zoomed in and especially when using the perfect brush. I’ve seen this on 3 different computers now. The newest computer is an Apple Macbook Pro just purchased a few months ago.
Also, the import/export of the database doesn’t seem to work across the PC and Apple platforms. For instance, I cannot export the database from a PC and then import to a Mac. Or am I doing something wrong?
The sky replacement and improved export functionality along the NoNoise integration is amazing.
On October 24, 2021 at 6:25 am Philip Zwick wrote:
I downloaded and still have to save the preset every time I export. I thought this was fixed. Not so.