Processing multiple files in Camera Raw


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Processing multiple files in Camera Raw

So continuing on with the concept of automating Camera Raw, the first technique of processing multiple files is to create and edit the settings of one file and then copy and paste those settings to other images that you have selected inside Bridge. The other method is to actually work with more than one image in Camera Raw to begin with. So I'm going to go ahead and select our range of images here. We'll just hold down the Shift key to select multiple. If I want to select images that are not adjacent to each other, I can hold down the Command key on the Mac, or Ctrl key on Windows. So I'm just going to select this subset of images here, these four.

And I'll double-click in any one of them to open up Camera Raw. Now, because I had more than one image selected, you'll see that I get this vertical filmstrip along the left showing you how many images I have in my selection. The thumbnail that has the dark blue line around is the one that's currently being edited of ...

Processing multiple files in Camera Raw
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Processing multiple files in Camera Raw provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Michael Ninness as part of the Photoshop CS5 Essential Training

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Design Photography
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