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Camera Raw wants me to use process 2010 instead of 2012

Sep 14, 2012 8:11 AM

I edited my raw in lightroom 4, process 2012, when I place the picture in my photoshop document from bridge, camera raw shows a ! telling me "Update to current process (2010)", but 2010 is not the current process, 2012 is. What should I do to correct this ?

 

Maybe deleting camera raw file (where is it ?) and reinstall camera raw (where do I get it) ?

 

Thanks for your help

 

ps: I'm on Mac. CS 5.5 production premium.

 
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  • Victoria Bampton
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    Sep 14, 2012 8:32 AM   in reply to Robbie75VRI

    As long as CS5.5 is updated to ACR 6.7 and you don't need to change any of the slider values, then you can ignore that.  ACR 6.7 doesn't have sliders for PV2012, though, as it's an older version. 

     

    If you need to adjust the sliders in the ACR dialog for your smart object, you'll either need to use the older PV2010, or update to CS6.

     
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    Sep 14, 2012 8:57 AM   in reply to Robbie75VRI

    You've got it right - ACR 6.7 can do the same PV2012 rendering (there may be some very minor differences, but I don't think so yet) but it doesn't have a UI for editing them.

     
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