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>And it works in my old CS version !
Just to clarify: are you saying that you were able to record Camera Raw actions in CS?
>exit camera raw and save the file as a jpeg.
Hmmm Why are you saving your files in a
Crappy format justification:
I sometimes have a day of family
type pictures that are in raw format
that I want to put up on the internet
quickly. I would like to be able to
apply the "Auto" feature, as in general
it seems to be pretty good for something
OK, it sorta works in CS, go here
It sets up all of the details and gets the
"As camera raw" but opens the .dng file
rather than the Camera raw window.
The point is, these important settings
seem to be saved, which does not happen
What's wrong with the Image Processor script?
Thank you !
I had no idea that existed, it looks
like exactly what I was looking for.
I am still curious about what I was
doing wrong, but this at first pass
seems to really be a better way.
Problem solved !
Rather than using the open menu item in
the file menu, I tried "open as" and selected
When these were recorded as actions, the result
was what I was looking for in the first place.
Thank you for your help, this has been a very
The Russell Brown clip was very interesting,
it may in the end be better than the original
Some people don't like his style (I find it quite entertaining) but he writes good scripts (and tutorials).