I am trying to export an image from Lightroom into Photoshop CC, however I keep getting a message:
"This version of Lightroom may require the Photoshop Camera RAW plug-in version 9.10 for full compatibility"
And to update the plug-in via Help in Photoshop. However, when I open Photoshop and go to Help --> About Plug Ins --> Camera RAW it shows the version as 188.8.131.529. If I choose Updates from the Help menu, Creative Cloud opens and shows Camera RAW CC as Up to Date. So, how do I stop Lightroom from giving me this message every time I want to edit an image in Photoshop.
I don't know if it is related, but I am trying to export a 35 image stack astral image set into Photoshop via Lightrooms Edit In - Merge to Panorama in Photoshop. The images never align, so I end up with this really odd sized canvas with my images either in one corner or spread out randomly across the canvas. It may not be related at all, but I am hoping to figure out the RAW plug in issue first to at least rule that out.
That message is an acknowledged bug and you can ignore it. "Don't Show Again" > "Open Anyway", and you won't see it again.
Merging to pano in Photoshop requires about 40% solid overlap. Tiny star specks will probably not be enough - there's just not enough for the algorithm to work on. It may just be interpreted - and ignored - as noise. Just try to make sure that there are distinct overlapping features.
Thank you, will check the "Don't Show Again" box and move on with life
I had a feeling the panorama was not working due to it being stars, I had merged an astral photo stack successfully previously, but with that image stack there were trees / mountains in the foreground which I suspect now is why it merged correctly.