Adobe has seen fit to update ACR & the DNG converter to include the new Fuji X-T1 and I assume something is in the works for Lightroom. I have seen little if any speculation or discussion on a Lightroom update. Seems kind of early for LR6, but then again LR5 came along rather quickly too.
In any event, what would be considered a good workaround for batch processing XT-1 raws until LR supports them? While the Jpegs are OK & for most things and actually usable as is. I prefer to work from a raw file. Right now I am saving all my RAW's to a folder on the desktop & extracting the ones I want to work on for print with PS and ACR then export a Tif file. It is a pain in the ass and totally defeats the idea of the LR streamlined work flow.
I do not want to clog up my catalog with a bunch of jpegs I'll never use. I simply use them now to view the shots. Storage is not too big an issue, so Tif's do not bother met too much. I am not sold on the DNG thing quite yet.
Any ideas? Or just stop whining, shut the F--- up & wait for LR updates?