Re: How do I stop Bridge from processing files?
- From: Rob <mesa@xxxxxxxx>
- Date: Fri, 08 Jun 2007 00:06:57 +1000
Dave <d@xxxxxxx> wrote:
On Thu, 07 Jun 2007 16:07:52 +1000, Rob <mesa@xxxxxxxx> wrote:
I use Bridge to sort my images (which I'm discovering is possibly not
the best way), and am wondering if there's a way to prevent it from
automatically processing (i.e applying exposure, brightness etc
corrections) each file in the folder I'm currently working on. It
takes an absolute age and I would rather just view the images as they
came out of the camera and then apply my own preocessing to the images
Any suggestions would be very welcome.
Does anyone yet have an answer to this yet or discovered how to stop that auto processing????
Canceling the preview?
I've never disabled mine and don't pay much attention to the newer ARC
v4.x, but I read ARC 3.x has option to disable the auto-adjusting. Sorry
that I don't remember the step-by-step (I bet GOOGLE would).
Ill have a look there. Looked through Adobe FAQ not a mention there thought I have missed it.
Yes I have turned it off in previous versions without problems but still can't find this in Bridge CS3 workflow. Actually Bridge is doing this processing.
If I open up a JPG or Tiff in ACR 4.1 all the sliders are on zero values. But if I open a RAW up in ACR 4.1 Ill have values in Blacks, Brightness,Contrast, Clarity, Vibrance even the sharpening tools will have values dependent on the image which Bridge must have "helped" out in some sort of preprocessing.
Now I have a problem in which a few RAW shots were intentionally bracketed as to get the best effect. When I look at them through bridge, because they have been adjusted automatically, there all the same.
With the original question that was posted there being no answer had to bring it up again. Thought someone may by now have a better handle on Bridge CS3.
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