Opening CR or DNG directly on Photoshop (not ACRaw)

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pedromarques

Opening CR or DNG directly on Photoshop (not ACRaw)

Postby pedromarques » Wed Apr 24, 2013 10:51 am

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var d=app.document;
d.deselectAll();
var f =d.getSelection("DNG,dng,CR2,cr2");
for (var a in f) {
// opens directly on photoshop (avoyding cameraraw)
photoshop.open(new File(f[a].path));
}



Paul MR

Opening CR or DNG directly on Photoshop (not ACRaw)

Postby Paul MR » Wed Apr 24, 2013 1:26 pm

You will not be able to load each file in turn into ACR.
If you want to use ACR for all the files you can load all of them into ACR like this...

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var d=app.document;
d.deselectAll();
var sels = d.getSelection("dng,cr2");
for(var a in sels){
    app.document.select(sels[a]);
}
app.document.chooseMenuItem('OpenInCameraRaw');

pedromarques

Opening CR or DNG directly on Photoshop (not ACRaw)

Postby pedromarques » Wed Apr 24, 2013 2:02 pm

Although I agree with you, I posted this because precisely is the opposite.
Until now, I thought that opening CR2 or dng directly on photoshop it would allways have ACRaw in the middle.

Whith the method I post on code before
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photoshop.open(new File(f[a].path));

those files will go directly to photoshop and 'each other in turn' as you said, just because ACRaw is avoided.

But I aggre with you. ACRaw must open an image or a group all at once.

Mike Hale

Opening CR or DNG directly on Photoshop (not ACRaw)

Postby Mike Hale » Wed Apr 24, 2013 2:12 pm

You can use Action Manager to bypass ACR to open a camera raw or dng file. But doing so will also bypass all the ACR settings. Do you need to open the file with it's settings?

pedromarques

Opening CR or DNG directly on Photoshop (not ACRaw)

Postby pedromarques » Wed Apr 24, 2013 3:35 pm

This for me to use only in some CR2, DNG images that I don't need the settings.


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