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Jan 12, 2008 22:11 |  #1

If I have a bunch of RAW files that I quickly want to turn into Jpegs, how do I do it? I made an action of opening an image, save as jpeg, and closing, but when I run the action, all of the cr2 files open in camera raw first and I have to click "open image" for it to open in photoshop and start running the action. Any tips?


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Jan 12, 2008 22:26 |  #2

the first thing that comes to mind is to use Lightroom.
import the cr2 and then just export as a jpeg with settings of your choosing.


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Jan 12, 2008 22:54 |  #3

no lightroom. just bridge and photoshop. Is it really that easy?


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Jan 12, 2008 22:55 |  #4

Use the Image Processor within Photoshop. This can easily be done in Bridge as well, it's somewhere in the menus.




  
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Jan 13, 2008 03:44 |  #5

Just do it using image processor within photoshop. File -> Script -> image processor, or something like that.


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Jan 13, 2008 09:16 |  #6

You can also batch process in Canon Digital Photo Professional(DPP), the free proprietary RAW converter that came with your camera.


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