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I have CS5 32/64 installed on Win 7/64

Everything is the latest greatest version.

This must have happened recently since I do recall this working with this setup. I've googled this problem and have come up with nothing.

Help !!!!!!!

Oct 02, 2010 09:25

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What edition of DPP? Maybe 3.9 when it's available will support PSCS5.

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3.8.0.1

I could sewar this was working. I haven't installed any new DPP or CS for months.

Oct 02, 2010 11:27

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Just checked mine and 3.8 works fine with exactly your configuration (my version is 3.8.1.0 tho???). The DPP help mentions coverting raw specifically but mine seems to do any format.

Wonder if you've been doing batch processing lately as the help mentions a parameter in there relating to selecting the program used to transfer. Perhaps you inadvertently made a change???

At any rate ... good luck solving your problem.

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It was blank (never do batch) and changed it to use CS5, but that didn't fix it.

Sorry. it is 3.8.1

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It works in mine too - DPP 3.8.1.0 and CS5. Is your CS5 installed in the default Program Files folders for Photoshop?

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Yes, standard install, both versions 32/64 bit.

I just uninstalled and reinstalled DPP and have the same problem.

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Open DPP and click on the Batch Process button. A dialog box will open. At the bottom is a Browse button for you to browse to your image editor of choice. Use it to select Photoshop CS5.

Oct 02, 2010 14:36 as a reply to bohdank's post 1 hour earlier.

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See post #5... did that

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bohdank wrote in post #11021100external link
See post #5... did that

You re-started DPP after doing that?

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yes

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Maybe time to reinstall DPP?

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see post #7 ;-)a

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Oops.

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Yeah, I don't have a clue -- I can't see any preferences/options for this at all.

Oct 02, 2010 20:38

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