I am working on OSX 10.6 (Snow Leopard) with Photoshop CS2. I want to open RAW files from a Sony-RX100. The Adobe help page says I need the DNG converter 7.2 to convert RX100 RAW files into DNG. To open DNG files in Photoshop CS2, I need the Plug In 3.7.
Downloaded both, stored the plug-in here (Library/Application Support/Adobe/Plug-Ins/CS2/File Formats), put my old plug-in in the trash before, Photoshop wasn't running) and installed the DNG Converter.
The DNG Converter converts as it should but the .dng files won't be opened by Photoshop. The file type is unknown.
A look at this site suggests for Photoshop CS2 a bundle, DNG Converter and RAW Plug In. So I downloaded that, replaced my old plug-in with it and installed the converter. Now the converter won't convert my RX100 RAW files.
Am I looking at that kind of problem "Get a newer computer if you want to work with Photoshop" or did I do something wrong?