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NX Studio

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About NX Studio

NX Studio software offers a full-fledged suite of intuitive tools for viewing, processing, and editing photos and videos. It combines the photo-and-video-viewing features of ViewNX-i with the photo-processing and retouch tools of Capture NX-D in a single, comprehensive workflow. Not only can it be used to process RAW pictures, but its editing tools—including tone curves and brightness and contrast adjustment—can also be applied to JPEG/TIFF images. It also offers a variety of features for such tasks as editing XMP/IPTC data, managing presets, viewing maps that show shooting locations based on location data embedded in pictures, and uploading pictures to the Web.

Notices
  • • This software is distributed as a file named “S-NXSTDO-010001WF-ALLIN-ALL___.exe”. Download and run the file to perform the update.
  • • When performing the update, log in to an account with administrator privileges.
  • • Before launching the installer, exit any other applications that may be running, including anti-virus software.
  • • Read the information below before proceeding.
Product Description
Name NX Studio Version 1.0.1
File name S-NXSTDO-010001WF-ALLIN-ALL___.exe
Copyright Nikon Corporation
Archive type Self-extracting
Reproduction Not permitted
System requirements
Operating system
  • Microsoft Windows 10 Home
  • Microsoft Windows 10 Pro
  • Microsoft Windows 10 Enterprise
  • Microsoft Windows 8.1
  • Microsoft Windows 8.1 Pro
  • Microsoft Windows 8.1 Enterprise
Note: Pre-installed 64-bit editions only.
CPU
  • Photos: Intel Core i series or better (multi-core processor recommended)
  • Full HD video editing and playback: Intel Core i5 or better
  • 4K video editing and playback: Intel Core i7 3.5 GHz or better
Note: Video footage may sometimes not play back smoothly even on systems that meet the recommended requirements.
RAM
  • 4 GB or more (8 GB or more recommended); 16 GB or more required for the edit of 4K video footage shot with Nikon digital cameras.
Hard disk space A minimum of 1 GB of free disk space available on the start-up disk at installation and when the software is running (3 GB or more recommended)
Monitor
  • Resolution: 1280 × 720 pixels or more (1920 × 1080 pixels or more recommended)
  • Colors: 24-bit color (True Color) or more
File transfer
  • Interface: Built-in USB port required. File transfer may not function as expected if the camera is connected via a USB hub.
  • Supported digital cameras: Nikon cameras that support MTP/PTP or PTP and Mass Storage.
  • • Nikon Transfer 2 cannot be used with the cameras listed below. Use a card reader to copy pictures to the computer.
    • - COOLPIX 990, COOLPIX 950, COOLPIX 910, COOLPIX 900, COOLPIX 880, COOLPIX 800, COOLPIX 700, COOLPIX 600, COOLPIX 300, or COOLPIX 100
  • • The following cameras cannot be connected to a computer for image transfer using Nikon Transfer 2. Use a card reader.
    • - D1, D1X, D1H
Supported digital cameras
  • • The Z 7II, Z 7, Z 6II, Z 6, Z 5, Z 50, and Z fc
  • • All Nikon digital SLR cameras from the D1 (released in 1999) to the D780 (released in January 2020) and the D6
  • • All Nikon 1 cameras from the V1 and J1 (released in 2011) to the J5 (released in April 2015)
  • • All COOLPIX cameras from the COOLPIX E100 (released in 1997) to models released in August 2019 and the COOLPIX P950
  • • The KeyMission 360, KeyMission 170, and KeyMission 80
Note: Some of the above products may not have been announced or released in all countries or regions.
Supported file formats
  • • JPEG images (Exif 2.2–2.3 compliant)
  • • NEF/NRW (RAW) and TIFF images, MPO-format 3D images, videos, audio, Image Dust Off data, track log data, and altitude and depth log data created with Nikon digital cameras
  • • NEF/NRW (RAW), TIFF (RGB), and JPEG (RGB) images and MP4, MOV, and AVI videos created with Nikon software
  • Note: For more information on supported formats, see online help.
Notes
  • • An Internet connection is required for access to online help, map display, web services, updates, and video-related features.
  • • This SOFTWARE contains YouTube API services originally provided by Google LLC. Use of these services constitutes acceptance of YouTube’s Terms of Service and Google’s privacy policy. Account permissions, including those for this software, can be changed at any time via:
    https://security.google.com/settings/security/permissions
  • • The link with Camera Control Pro 2 via Show Image Immediately After Shooting cannot be used with Camera Control 2 version 2.33.1 or earlier.

For information on using this software, select NX Studio Help in the NX Studio Help menu.

Changes from Version 1.0.0 to 1.0.1
  • • Added support for the Z fc.
  • • Added support for Russian.
  • • NX Studio can now link with the Wireless Transmitter Utility to display pictures immediately after shooting. You will need to:
    • - choose NX Studio for Open images with this application after transfer in the “select destination folder and application” dialog for Wireless Transmitter Utility version 1.9.5 or later and
    • - have placed a check next to Show Image Immediately After Shooting in the NX Studio File menu.

    Support for a link with Camera Control Pro 2 is expected with the next public release of Camera Control Pro 2.

  • • Cropping a previously-cropped picture will no longer reset the previous crop.
  • • Anchor points can now be deleted from tone curves using the delete key.
  • • “Favorites” can now list up to 300 items.
  • • Albums can now hold up to 100 items.
  • • Rotations are no longer included when adjustments are copied or saved using Copy All Adjustments, Save All Adjustments, or Record All Adjustments.
  • • Disabling the Crop Tool now also disables:
    • - the crop selection pull-down menu,
    • - the “rotate crop” button,
    • - the crop dimension text-entry boxes, and
    • - the Show Cropping Grid check box.
  • • Addressed an issue that prevented export of large numbers of pictures using Export.
  • • Fixed the following issues:
    • - Color control points added after a picture was cropped would sometimes not be in the expected position.
    • - Tone curves with a slope of -45° would not be applied to pictures.
    • - Changes to rotated pictures using the retouch brush would not appear where expected.
    • - Saving pictures after adjusting labels and/or performing other adjustments would sometimes cause labels to disappear.
    • - Saving pictures would reset adjustments made by the user after:
      • ▹ using Paste Adjustments to apply adjustments copied using Copy All Adjustments,
      • ▹ using Load Adjustments to apply adjustments saved using Save All Adjustments, or
      • ▹ applying adjustments using Record All Adjustments.
    • - Track logs created using the D6 could not be read.
  • • Adjusted the monitor scaling used when Auto was selected for Options > View > Size of Text and Icon.
  • • Fixed the following issues:
    • - A blue screen would in rare cases be displayed when pictures were opened.
    • Paste Adjustments would not be applied when selected in the context menu displayed by right-clicking thumbnails.
    • - The export dialog would sometimes appear at the bottom left corner of the display.
    • - The cursor would return to the left end of Japanese-language file names entered in the Save All Adjustments “Save As” dialog when input was complete.
Installation
  1. Create a folder on the hard disk and name it as desired.
  2. Download S-NXSTDO-010001WF-ALLIN-ALL___.exe to the folder created in Step 1.
  3. Run S-NXSTDO-010001WF-ALLIN-ALL___.exe to launch the installer.
  4. Follow the on-screen instructions to complete installation.
Notices
  • • This software is distributed as a file named “S-NXSTDO-010001MF-ALLIN-ALL___.dmg”. Download and run the file to perform the update.
  • • When performing the update, you will be prompted for the administrator password.
  • • Before launching the installer, exit any other applications that may be running, including anti-virus software.
  • • Read the information below before proceeding.
Product Description
Name NX Studio Version 1.0.1
File name S-NXSTDO-010001MF-ALLIN-ALL___.dmg
Copyright Nikon Corporation
Archive type Self-extracting
Reproduction Not permitted
System requirements
Operating system
  • macOS Big Sur version 11
  • macOS Catalina version 10.15
  • macOS Mojave version 10.14
CPU
  • Photos: Intel Core i series or better (multi-core processor recommended) or Apple Silicon
  • Full HD video editing and playback: Intel Core i5 or better
  • 4K video editing and playback: Intel Core i7 3.5 GHz or better
Note: Video footage may sometimes not play back smoothly even on systems that meet the recommended requirements.
Note: In the case of computers with Apple Silicon CPUs, the software runs under Rosetta 2.
RAM
  • 4 GB or more (8 GB or more recommended); 16 GB or more required for the edit of 4K video footage shot with Nikon digital cameras.
Hard disk space A minimum of 1 GB of free disk space available on the start-up disk at installation and when the software is running (3 GB or more recommended)
Monitor
  • Resolution: 1280 × 720 pixels or more (1920 × 1080 pixels or more recommended)
  • Colors: 24-bit color (millions of colors) or more
File transfer
  • Interface: Built-in USB port required. File transfer may not function as expected if the camera is connected via a USB hub.
  • Supported digital cameras: Nikon cameras that support MTP/PTP or PTP and Mass Storage.
  • • Nikon Transfer 2 cannot be used with the cameras listed below. Use a card reader to copy pictures to the computer.
    • - COOLPIX 990, COOLPIX 950, COOLPIX 910, COOLPIX 900, COOLPIX 880, COOLPIX 800, COOLPIX 700, COOLPIX 600, COOLPIX 300, or COOLPIX 100
  • • The following cameras cannot be connected to a computer for image transfer using Nikon Transfer 2. Use a card reader.
    • - D1, D1X, D1H
Supported digital cameras
  • • The Z 7II, Z 7, Z 6II, Z 6, Z 5, Z 50, and Z fc
  • • All Nikon digital SLR cameras from the D1 (released in 1999) to the D780 (released in January 2020) and the D6
  • • All Nikon 1 cameras from the V1 and J1 (released in 2011) to the J5 (released in April 2015)
  • • All COOLPIX cameras from the COOLPIX E100 (released in 1997) to models released in August 2019 and the COOLPIX P950
  • • The KeyMission 360, KeyMission 170, and KeyMission 80
Note: Some of the above products may not have been announced or released in all countries or regions.
Supported file formats
  • • JPEG images (Exif 2.2–2.3 compliant)
  • • NEF/NRW (RAW) and TIFF images, MPO-format 3D images, movies, audio, Image Dust Off data, track log data, and altitude and depth log data created with Nikon digital cameras
  • • NEF/NRW (RAW), TIFF (RGB), and JPEG (RGB) images and MP4, MOV, and AVI movies created with Nikon software
  • Note: For more information on supported formats, see online help.
Notes
  • • An Internet connection is required for access to online help, map display, web services, updates, and video-related features.
  • • This SOFTWARE contains YouTube API services originally provided by Google LLC. Use of these services constitutes acceptance of YouTube’s Terms of Service and Google’s privacy policy. Account permissions, including those for this software, can be changed at any time via:
    https://security.google.com/settings/security/permissions
  • • The link with Camera Control Pro 2 via Show Image Immediately After Shooting cannot be used with Camera Control 2 version 2.33.1 or earlier.
  • • Declining access in the event that macOS displays a permission dialog may cause unexpected results. To restore normal operation, go to System Preferences > Security & Privacy > Privacy and enable the NX Studio check boxes in Photos and Automation.

For information on using this software, select NX Studio Help in the NX Studio Help menu.

Changes from Version 1.0.0 to 1.0.1
  • • Added support for the Z fc.
  • • Added support for Russian.
  • • NX Studio can now link with the Wireless Transmitter Utility to display pictures immediately after shooting. You will need to:
    • - choose NX Studio for Open images with this application after transfer in the “select destination folder and application” dialog for Wireless Transmitter Utility version 1.9.5 or later and
    • - have placed a check next to Show Image Immediately After Shooting in the NX Studio File menu.

    Support for a link with Camera Control Pro 2 is expected with the next public release of Camera Control Pro 2.

  • • Cropping a previously-cropped picture will no longer reset the previous crop.
  • • Anchor points can now be deleted from tone curves using the delete key.
  • • “Favorites” can now list up to 300 items.
  • • Albums can now hold up to 100 items.
  • • Rotations are no longer included when adjustments are copied or saved using Copy All Adjustments, Save All Adjustments, or Record All Adjustments.
  • • Disabling the Crop Tool now also disables:
    • - the crop selection pull-down menu,
    • - the “rotate crop” button,
    • - the crop dimension text-entry boxes, and
    • - the Show Cropping Grid check box.
  • • Addressed an issue that prevented export of large numbers of pictures using Export.
  • • Fixed the following issues:
    • - Color control points added after a picture was cropped would sometimes not be in the expected position.
    • - Tone curves with a slope of -45° would not be applied to pictures.
    • - Changes to rotated pictures using the retouch brush would not appear where expected.
    • - Saving pictures after adjusting labels and/or performing other adjustments would sometimes cause labels to disappear.
    • - Saving pictures would reset adjustments made by the user after:
      • ▹ using Paste Adjustments to apply adjustments copied using Copy All Adjustments,
      • ▹ using Load Adjustments to apply adjustments saved using Save All Adjustments, or
      • ▹ applying adjustments using Record All Adjustments.
    • - Track logs created using the D6 could not be read.
  • • The size of the icon displayed in the Dock has changed.
  • • Fixed the following issues:
    • - Pictures would sometimes go dark while image adjustment sliders were adjusted.
Installation
  1. Download S-NXSTDO-010001MF-ALLIN-ALL___.dmg.
  2. Double-click the downloaded file to mount an S-NXSTDO-010001MF-ALLIN-ALL___ disk image containing a “Welcome” file.
  3. Double-click the “Welcome” file to launch the installer.
  4. Follow the on-screen instructions to complete installation.
User's Manual
  • We recommend you read the manual to understand the software basic operations before starting. For your convenience, this manual is also linked from the Help menu in the software.
  •  NX Studio Help  
  •  Nikon Transfer 2 Help  
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