What happens when you try to update?
Well currently it says I don't need to update anything in Creative Cloud so I went here: Camera Raw installer for Adobe Photoshop CC and CS6 . I download it and click to unzip it, download it to my Desktop and it's nowhere to be found! I've looked in downloads and all my files and it isn't there! Feeling at a loss as it looks like a brand new update today and there's no troubleshoot help on it yet!
Do you definitely need to update to Raw 9.10 to export photos from Lightroom to Photoshop?
The update mainly adds support for new cameras and lens profiles.
Which version of Lightroom are you running?
Lightroom CC 2015, everything is currently up to date. I didn't think I needed it to convert RAWs from Lightroom to Photoshop which is why I clicked "Render in Lightroom" when the problem first happened but it is so much slower than normal and will add so much extra time onto my editing process. It first creates another file in Lightroom, then exports it to Photoshop, then when I save the files in Photoshop to go back to Lightroom it takes about a minute for each file to save whereas before it would take about 5 seconds to save each file back to Lightroom. Not sure what is going on, could it be something besides Camera Raw? Everything was running smoothly today until I updated everything in CC.
Oh and also normally I keep Photoshop on an external hard drive, it won't export from Lightroom to Photoshop this way since the Camera Raw update was required so now I've had to put it back on my computer which might account for why it's much slower?
Moving this discussion to the Photoshop Lightroom forum.
Does it work if you click “Open Anyway”
This appears to be a bug in the LR6.10/2015.10 update
Your work around could be using bridge and open directly into Adobe camera raw from bridge.
Well using 'Open Anyway' will export the images to PS but then once i select 'Tone in ACR' it says 'Camera Raw is not available'
I'm running MacOs Sierra 10.12.4 on an iMac Late 2009
and I have the same problem after the update.
I've updated everything via the CC and after that I got the "error" message, that CR wouldn't be the correct version.
I can ignore that and everything looks to work correctly, but that shouldn't be.
We all got the CC to have NO version problems.
Same Problem with Windows 10.
The CC-App tells me that ACR is update. But Lightroom requests Version 9.10 which is already installed.
Have you read the post number 7 above in the thread. The answer is there.
Can I butt in with a _slightly different_ problem?
Photoshop, Lightroom and Bridge are uptodate via my Adobe CC subscription
I see these versions:
Photoshop (2017.1.1/20170425.r.252 x64)
Adobe Bridge (184.108.40.206 x64)
Camera Raw (220.127.116.110)
Lightroom (20157.12, Camera Raw 9.12)
But if I open a jpg shot with my Tokina wide Angle lens (through Bridge, to Camera Raw) Camera Raw does not display a Tokina ATX Lens Profile to use for these images.
The exif data in Photoshop fileinfo is <aux:Lens>Tokina AT-X 116 PRO DX 11-16mm F2.8</aux:Lens
I tried this: "If you still haven't been able to successfully update the Camera Raw plug-in for CC, CC 2014, CC 2015, or CC 2017 Adobe applications, use the Camera Raw 9.12.1 installers below."
Did that, Bridge Metadata/Camera Data (Exif) displays - Tokina AT-X 116 PRO DX 11-16mm F2.8, same as before
But Camera raw does not display that lens as a selection nor is it under Nikon either
<C:\ProgramData\Adobe\CameraRaw\Lensprofiles\1.0\Tokina\Nikon> does list NIKON CORPORATION (Tokina AT-X 116 PRO DX II 11-16mm F2.8) - RAW
I can post a Screen capture if necessary.
The problem is you are opening a jpeg. If you try with a raw file is the profile available?