Yes, I am using RAW-RAW (as opposed to M-RAW or S-RAW).
As near as I can figure, LibRAW added 6D Mark II with v 0.19. While there was a ‘snapshot’ going back to 2017, I see the ‘release’ (v0.19.2) was not until Dec 2018.
PowerShot G1 X Mark III, G9 X Mark II, EOS 6D Mark II, EOS 77D, EOS 200D, EOS 800D, EOS M6, EOS M100
(v.0.18 also added EOS 5D Mark IV, EOS 80D, EOS 1300D, EOS M10, EOS M5, EOS-1D X Mark II, among others)
D850, D5600, D7500, Coolpix B700
(v0.18 added D5, D500, D3400)
A7R III, A9, DSC-RX0, DSC-RX10IV
(v 0.18 added A7S II, among others)
Presumably, all of the above mentioned cameras are not currently supported by Studio and DeNoise AI, except as a plugin from within another program that does. By the time you are inside something like Photoshop, you are already at a raster stage, so the recommended application of DeNoise to RAW files becomes moot.
I mentioned to Topaz when I was realizing that Studio was using v0.17, that it would be cool if the software was designed in such a way that the end user could update LibRaw on their own (at their own risk, obviously). That would help folks get by until official updates came out.
Anyway, it would be nice to see support added for newer cameras. It’s been frustrating trying to process my images since getting the 6D Mark II. I’d like to develop a workflow that didn’t involve converting everything do DNG. BTW, Windows 10 will directly support all of the above mentioned cameras by the end of the month with the next big update.