I just updated my Photoshop CS 6 camera RAW to 8.0.3 from 7.0.3.
I can no longer have the ability to custom crop by pixel anymore. WTF
Am I missing something?
I have a job coming up where I need to edit/crop over 9000 event images for a client.
300 x 240 @300dpi
600 x 400@ 300dpi
1800 x1100 @ 300dpi
It used to be so easy, Whay did Adobe remove this simple feature.
Now it's going to take 2x as long for this.
To deal with this will I have to reinall CS6, I already have the standalone ACR 7.0.3.
The cameras are older and older ACR support is fine.
You can easily crop to the ratio you need, then batch Save Image to the pixel dimensions you need. I am not sure how this takes twice as long.
Separating the ratio from the pixel dimensions allows batch saves that have the benefit of using the same ratio with two sets of pixel dimensions.
> I just updated my Photoshop CS 6 Camera Raw to 8.0.3 ...
So you updated to a version that doesn't exist.
> ... from 7.0.3.
... from a version that doesn't exist either.
> To deal with this will I have to reinstall CS6 ...
All it takes to switch from one Camera Raw version to another is to swap a single file (the Camera Raw.8bi file). But hen, who would want to revert to an older version? The latest version has more features, not less. See the workflow options.