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>Am I missing something here?
Some basic info, like WHAT VERSION OF PHOTOSHOP ARE YOU USING? While one might presume you are using Photoshop CS3, if you don't state it, how will anybody know?
As far as I know, this isn't a Camera Raw issue but a Photoshop issue. Does the merge work if you process out tiff files? That would be the first test to see if it's a Camera Raw issue. If not, you'll need to do some basic Photoshop troubleshooting and you might go to the correct Photoshop forum for your platform (which you also don't mention).
Sorry, it's CS3 Extended. Vista Ultimate x64. If it makes any difference the files are from a Canon Digital Rebel XT. THAT VERSION ENOUGH FOR YOU?
With Tiff it gives me that warning message again but it does work. I have tried it with JPEG and it worked as well.
What's your workflow settings in Camera Raw? Are the file sizes set to normal resolution? 16 bit? Depending on the number of images you are trying to merge, you may be running out of memory in Photoshop after processing the files. What's the ram in your machine? You may need more...or perhaps, since you are running Vista 64, get CS4 and be able to use more ram...
I don't know about workflow settings I don't see anything about a resolution or number of bits, I just drop the image into Photoshop, Camera Raw opens, I adjust the color brightness whatever to my liking and click Open Image. However I'm not sure what happens in Camera Raw would affect this since it doesn't open CR. I just thought this would be a good forum to post in since they're Raw files. I'm only trying to merge 3 at a time. I have 4 GB of RAM. I know 32 bit Photoshop won't handle that much, just thought it was relevant.
The Camera Raw workflow options are in the CR dlog in the center underneath the image. It should list a color space, bit depth and resolution. To alter it you click on the link and a dlog box will open.
Sorry for the delay. I've been using whatever the default is, so it says
Adobe RGB (1998), 8 bit, 3456 by 2304 (8.0MP), 240 ppi
> Adobe RGB (1998), 8 bit, 3456 by 2304 (8.0MP), 240 ppi
When you see that line under your image preview in the Camera Raw dialog box, click on that underlined link. It will bring up your Camera Raw output options.
Incidentally, Jeff literally wrote the book on camera raw (CLICK HERE) . You need to read it.