Viewnx For Mac Os X

An Internet connection is required for: online help, location mapping, web services, movie-related functions (including ViewNX-Movie Editor), and software updates Mac OS: 64-bit editions of OS X 10.8.5, 10.9.5, 10.10.2 (OS X 10.9.5 or 10.10.2 required for ViewNX-Movie Editor) Processor: Photos: Intel. NEF to JPG for Mac OS X, download best alternative solutions carefully chosen by our editors and user community. Windows Mac Android ForMac. Alternative to: Show. ViewNX-i is a free app that allows you to view images and video files. With this app you can browse still image and video files, edit. Display: 1024 x 768 (XGA) or better; 24-bit color (millions of colors Supported formats: ViewNX can be used to open images, movies, sounds and image dust-off data created with Nikon digital cameras. Others: The Nikon Message Center requires an Internet connection.

  • System Requirements
For the latest information including supported OS type, please check the support information at Nikon websites.
The system requirements for operating ViewNX-i are as follows:

Windows

Windows 10 Home / Windows 10 Pro / Windows 10 Enterprise
  • This application requires a computer with a pre-installed operating system.
  • If you install the 64-bit version of ViewNX-i on a computer running the 64-bit version of Windows 10, or the 64-bit version of Windows 8.1, ViewNX-i and ViewNX-Movie Editor run in 64-bit mode.
  • If your computer is running Windows 8.1 or later, use it in desktop mode.
  • The 64-bit version of Windows is required when handling 4K movies captured using a Nikon digital camera.
  • Display and editing of still images:
  • Intel Pentium Dual-Core 2.4GHz / Core i Series, 1.6GHz or above
  • Playback and editing of movies:
  • Intel Core i5 or above (during playback)
  • Intel Core i7 or above (during editing)
  • When plying back movies at 1280 x 720 pixels or more and 30fps or more, or when playing back movies at 1920 x 1080 or more:
  • Intel Core i7 or above is recommended.
  • Playback and editing of 4K movies captured using a Nikon digital camera:
  • Intel Core i7 3.5GHz equivalent or above is required.

Viewnx For Mac Os X 10.12

32-bit Windows 10, or Windows 8.1: 4 GB is required.

Viewnx For Mac Os X

64-bit Windows 10, or Windows 8.1: 4 GB or above is required.
  • At least 8 GB is required with 64-bit Windows when handling 4K movies captured using a Nikon digital camera (16 GB or above is recommended).
Free space of 1 GB or above on the OS startup disk unit during installation and operation of software (3 GB or above recommended)
Video memory: 2 GB or above is required.
  • A video card that supports 4K resolution is required in order to play back 4K movies captured using a Nikon digital camera on a 4K monitor.
Resolution: 1366 x 768 pixels or more (1920 x 1080 pixels or more is recommended)
USB: Only built-in USB ports supported.
Viewnx For Mac Os X
Connect the camera directly to the computer; do not use a hub or USB keyboard.
USB: Nikon digital cameras that support MTP/PTP, PTP, or Mass Storage.
  • JPEG-format images (Exif 2.2 to 2.3 compliant)
  • RAW (NEF, NRW), MPO (3D format), and TIFF format images, movies, sounds, image dust-off data, location log data, altitude (barometer) log data, and depth log data shot/created with Nikon digital cameras.
  • RAW (NEF, NRW), TIFF (RGB) and JPEG (RGB) format images and MOV, MP4, and AVI format movies saved with Nikon applications.
An Internet connection is required in order to use all of the functions.
Note on displaying MPO format images recorded in 3D
A viewer that supports 3D images is required in order to view MPO format images recorded in 3D.
Altitude (barometer) and depth log data are calculated based on atmospheric pressure, and they differ from the altitude (satellite navigation system) data measured by satellite navigation systems. Priority is given to the altitude (satellite navigation system) data when both types of altitude data are available.

Mac OS

macOS Mojave
macOS Sierra
  • Display and editing of still images:
  • Intel Core 2 Duo or above (Core i5 or above is recommended.) / Intel Xeon series
  • Playback and editing of movies:
  • Intel Core i5 or above (during playback)
  • Intel Core i7 or above (during editing)
  • When plying back movies at 1280 x 720 pixels or more and 30fps or more, or when playing back movies at 1920 x 1080 or more:
  • Intel Core i7 or above is recommended.
  • Playback and editing of 4K movies captured using a Nikon digital camera:
  • Intel Core i7 3.5GHz equivalent or above is required.
4 GB or above is required.
  • At least 16 GB is required when handling 4K movies captured using a Nikon digital camera.
Free space of 1 GB or above on the OS startup disk unit during installation and operation of software (3 GB or above recommended)
Video memory: 2 GB or above is required.
  • A video card that supports 4K resolution is required in order to play back 4K movies captured using a Nikon digital camera on a 4K monitor.
Resolution: 1366 x 768 pixels or more (1920 x 1080 pixels or more is recommended)
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Viewnx For Mac Os X 10.10

USB: Only built-in USB ports supported.
Connect the camera directly to the computer; do not use a hub or USB keyboard.
USB: Nikon digital cameras that support MTP/PTP, PTP, or Mass Storage.
  • JPEG-format images (Exif 2.2 to 2.3 compliant)
  • RAW (NEF, NRW), MPO (3D format), and TIFF format images, movies, sounds, image dust-off data, location log data, altitude (barometer) log data, and depth log data shot/created with Nikon digital cameras.
  • RAW (NEF, NRW), TIFF (RGB) and JPEG (RGB) format images and MOV, MP4, and AVI format movies saved with Nikon applications.
An Internet connection is required in order to use all of the functions.
Note on displaying MPO format images recorded in 3D

Nikon Viewnx Mac Os X

A viewer that supports 3D images is required in order to view MPO format images recorded in 3D.

Viewnx For Mac Os X 10.7

Altitude (barometer) and depth log data are calculated based on atmospheric pressure, and they differ from the altitude (satellite navigation system) data measured by satellite navigation systems. Priority is given to the altitude (satellite navigation system) data when both types of altitude data are available.