Call for DNG support from camera manufacturers Locked

Started Nov 8, 2008 | Discussions thread
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Jeff Schewe Regular Member • Posts: 430
Re: where do you get your facts from?

cityphotographer wrote:

it's the rights to copy a.k.a. copyrights

Where did you go to law school? I would ask for my money back if I were you...it's patent law, another branch of intellectual property and having a paten has zero, zilch, nada to do with copyright law...

Do some reading: http://www.adobe.com/products/dng/license.html

"Digital Negative (DNG) Specification Patent License (notice the PATENT in there?)

Adobe is the publisher of the Digital Negative (DNG) Specification describing an image file format for storing camera raw information used in a wide range of hardware and software. Adobe provides the DNG Specification to the public for the purpose of encouraging implementation of this file format in a compliant manner. This document is a patent license granted by Adobe to individuals and organizations that desire to develop, market and/or distribute hardware and software that reads and/or writes image files compliant with the DNG Specification."

Then get back to us...

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Jeff Schewe

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