A Mac install workaround (Latest)

A Mac install workaround (Latest)

A Mac install workaround (Latest)
A Mac install workaround (Latest)

We were sent details (thanks) of how to modify an existing application on your disk, to fool the updater.
It involves a bit of renaming of the contents of a package but is of no danger if you pick an unused application (my disk is full of the things) The example involves EOS utility – do read the comments at the end of the article.


It’s been suggested to us that you can use Automator to create an empty ‘App’ and call it the file name you want, such as “EOS File Viewer” and then edit the info.plist file.
Sept 09 We’ve been sent an alternative way of turning a Mac updater to an installer

You can actually change the “update” to an “installer” without having to create fake apps.
Just copy it from the disk image your desktop, then control-click the app and “Show Package Contents”. Navigate to Contents > Resources and delete update.plist
Now double click the modified application and it should install without any issues.
Aug 10 A slightly different version of the Mac Install process was sent to us (thanks)

Copy EOS Updater to Desktop, Right-click, “Show Package Contents”.
Navigate to “/Contents/Resources/”, right-click on “SDI.bundle”,
“Show Package Contents”.
Navigate to “/Contents/Resources/”, delete “update.plist”
Note that you must copy the installer from the image to your hard disk, since the file can’t be deleted in the disk image
DPP V3.6-3.8 (Win/Mac)
Scroll to the bottom and enter the serial number: 7816002105
DPP 3.6 manual available at the following address.
The manual contains the list of lenses for which aberration correction is supported.
DPP V3.6.1 DPP gets updated to 3.6.1 [Canon]

DPP 3.6.2a update for Mac – via Canon 50D page [Canon]

This updater fixes a problem that an error occurs when Digital Photo Professional 3.6.2 is installed in specific environments. *No corrections are made to the actual software itself. Also, users who do not encounter any problems when using Digital Photo Professional 3.6.2, this update is not necessary.
DPP 3.6.2

The shooting date/time in Exif information is displayed one hour ahead when RAW images taken with EOS cameras are developed to create JPEG files using a Macintosh computer in the Daylight Saving Time setting. This problem is corrected by this updater.
DPP 3.6.1

Adds supported models
Now supports the EOS Kiss X3 / EOS REBEL T1i / EOS 500D and PowerShot SX1 IS.2. Adds an adjustment function to RAW adjustment for shaded and highlighted parts.3. Adds the lenses that support the aberration correction function.
Now supports the EF 50mm f/2.5 Compact Macro, EF 50mm f/2.5 Compact Macro + Life-Size Converter, and MP-E 65mm f/2.8.
DPP 3.7.2 update for Mac – via Canon 50D page [Canon]

Note that there is a problem with installation on OSX 10.6 systems – here is a fix at Apple read -before- installation

Bug Fixes: In Digital Photo Professional v3.5 or later, if handling RAW images of EOS-1D/1Ds, and the number of RAW images exceed the certain point, the application operates abnormally. This problem has been fixed.
Changes for Digital Photo Professional 3.7.0
1. Adds supported models
The EOS 7D, PowerShot G11, and PowerShot S90 are now supported.
2. Adds an NR Preview screen (NR: Noise Reduction)
You can now adjust the NR level while checking the image status on the Preview screen.
3. Maintains the [Collection] window
Before, when quitting Digital Photo Professional, all images in the [Collection] window were removed from the [Collection] window; however, this has been improved so that the images in the [Collection] window can now be maintained.
4. Adds the lenses that support the aberration correction function.
Newly supports the EF 100mm f/2.8L Macro IS USM, EF-S15-85mm f/3.5-5.6 IS USM, and EF-S18-135mm f/3.5-5.6 IS.1. Adds supported models
DPP 3.7.3 update for Mac – via Canon 7D page [Canon] – works better on 10.6

DPP 3.8.1 for Mac (V3.8.0 Win) [Canon] – read notes anbout unsupported cameras first.

Win version supports Win7
Supports additional models: The EOS Kiss X4 / EOS REBEL T2i / EOS 550D is now supported.
Adds a lens that supports the aberration correction function. EF 70-200mm f/2.8L IS II USM is newly supported.
Adds a function for adjusting the angle of an image to the Trimming tool.
DPP3.8.2 (3.8.1 Win) is spotted on the 7D software download page.

Fixes a malfunction wherein the trimming ratio is entered abnormally when it is set to Custom using the trimming/angle adjustment tool, and also when the trimming area is copied to other images
DPP 3.9

Manual for 3.9 (PDF)
DPP3.9.2 – Via 60D page 1D4 page

Changes for Digital Photo Professional 3.9.2;

1. Supported models added
Newly supports the EOS 60D, PowerShot G12, PowerShot S95, PowerShot G9
2. Adds an Unsharp Mask function.
3. Improves the Image classification function (The check-mark function expanded; the rating function added.)
4. Changes made to the screen layout accompanied by an improvement in the image classification function.
5. Supports EF70-300mm f/4-5.6L IS USM in lens aberration correction.
6. Supports the lens aberration correction function even when Extender EF1.4 x III and Extender EF2 x III are mounted to a supported lens.
7. Fixes a malfunction where the software terminates abnormally when editing multiple images (Mac only).
When multiple images (approx. several hundred images) are in the Edit Image Window, there are cases where DPP terminates abnormally. This malfunction is fixed in v3.9.0.

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