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AfterShot: How to add camera support to AfterShot/AfterShot Pro via Get More:

AfterShot Pro and AfterShot support a wide variety of cameras. Corel provides a list of supported cameras at https://www.aftershotpro.com/en/#tech-specs. AfterShot has several camera profiles built into the application, but new cameras are often created between versions.  Corel releases new camera profiles for AfterShot between versions using the Get More system in AfterShot.

If your camera is listed, but the images are not visible in AfterShot, you may need to install support for your camera via the Get More tool in AfterShot.  Here’s how:

In Windows and Mac OSX:
1. Open AfterShot
2. Click the Get More tab at the far right of the application
3. Under Camera Profiles, browse to your camera model.
4. Click the “Free” or “Install” button for your camera
5. A dialog will appear asking if you want to install the camera.  Click “Install”
6. Click “Restart Now”.  This will close and reopen AfterShot.
7. The images from your camera will now show in AfterShot.

If your camera isn’t listed, please click the link below to leave feedback requesting support for your camera:
https://www.aftershotpro.com/en/feedback/

In Linux:
1. Open AfterShot
2. Click the Get More menu at the top of AfterShot
3. A web browser will open to the AfterShot Pro Downloads page
4. Under AfterShot Pro Camera Profiles, click on your camera.
5. When prompted, allow the browser to open the download with AfterShot.
6. A dialog will appear asking if you want to install the camera.  Click “Install”
7. Click “Restart Now”. This will close and reopen AfterShot
8. The images from your camera will now show in AfterShot.

If your camera isn’t listed, please click the link below to leave feedback requesting support for your camera:
https://www.aftershotpro.com/en/feedback/ 

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