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You can have a 30 day free trial at which point you can purchase a license or discontinue use. That being said, you could also try GIMP as suggested by @Count Ilblis.
Use Adobe's free (and up-to-date version) DNG converter. It will import your raw files, and being a current version, knows about that camera. It writes DNG files which include necessary profile information directly in the file, so older versions of Adobe products can open them just fine.
If you open a file, and save it as a different file type, you have now a second file. The original dng file is still where it was when you opened it, and you can reprocess it as often as you want, just like a negative doesn't self destruct when you make a print from it. The other confusion you seem to have is regarding megapixels and megabyte. The number of ...
Using a pirated software is indeed the wrong way (for various reasons) and she should solve this as soon as possible. However if there's a need for a fast solution until she upgrades, she might use e.g. RAW Thereapee (available for Windows, MAC and Linux; Nikon d-180 is supported in current version) to process RAWs into uncompressed/lossless compressed HDR ...
First of all, when making a lightprobe, the images need to be taken at 90-degrees from each other, not opposite sides of the sphere. If you take them 180-degrees from each other, the bits you want to replace will exactly overlap each other. Secondly, you need to "unwrap" each image to a flat mapping that's a full 360 panorama--they aren't ...
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