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Jan 26, 2012 07:21 |  #1

Some interesting changes are coming in ACR when they release CS6
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Jan 26, 2012 07:29 |  #2

ARC does look interesting but I cant believe that the two features they choose to highlight for PS are background color and visible representation of the brush, really? Those are the big features coming out. Wow.. lame..


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Jan 26, 2012 10:14 |  #3

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ARC does look interesting but I cant believe that the two features they choose to highlight for PS are background color and visible representation of the brush, really? Those are the big features coming out. Wow.. lame..

Well, it is only as they say, Just a Sneak Peek. They aren't about to leak everything. I am sure there is more. Nevertheless, I think the biggest improvements are going to be the broader versatility and range in all the control / adjustment functions, which will make a big difference with ACR.


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Jan 26, 2012 11:28 |  #4

I agree, ARC looks much better and I'll probably upgrade just because of the improvements to ARC, but when they were leaking PSCS5 stuff they were talking about content aware fill. Heck, I can change the background color now.


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Jan 26, 2012 12:17 |  #5

Biggest change is process 2012, ala lightroom 4. New sliders make much mores sense, highlight recovery in the new process 2012 engine works very well and is night/day better than process 2010. That's what the big changes for ACR are...for a sneak peak of it, lightroom 4 is out, same engine, same sliders. :) Demoisaicing engine still isn't the greatest though, not up to raw therapee or DPP standards imho. Oh and for us Canon people, Camera Landscape actually looks like Camera Landscape now, instead of having the sky be weird colored. Yay.


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Jan 26, 2012 13:44 as a reply to  @ woos's post |  #6

There will undoubtedly be more sneak peeks as it gets closer to release. It would be crazy for them to show everything all at once. Is it going to be an earth shattering release, I don't believe so but then each person will decide that on their own. Adobe really doesn't have any incentive to give us really ground breaking advances given their new upgrade policy. I for one will upgrade based on what I have seen irrespective of their policy.


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Jan 26, 2012 15:25 |  #7

ACR = Adobe Camera RAW. ARC is what Noah put those animals on.

There are technical updates to profiles, tweaks to tools, etc. Just a general evolution.


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Jan 26, 2012 16:14 |  #8

ARK is what Noah put animals on. ARC is a type of welder. :)


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Jan 26, 2012 17:45 |  #9

My way's funnier :p


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Feb 12, 2012 08:26 as a reply to  @ tim's post |  #10

I'm really diggin' the blur correction. Looks promising.


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Feb 12, 2012 08:56 |  #11

Looks like they're merging LR features into ACR.


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Feb 12, 2012 09:06 |  #12

It occurs to me that my presets for ACR might be nonsense to the new version.


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Feb 12, 2012 09:42 |  #13

S.Horton wrote in post #13872978 (external link)
Looks like they're merging LR features into ACR.

Lightroom has always incorporated the same features that are in ACR.. They both run the same Raw processing engine...


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Feb 12, 2012 10:40 |  #14

^^ Yes, I know that now (my duh) -- but the bridge feature is represented differently (better) in LR, right?

I've been in CS since 2, so I missed the entire LR train.


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