Started by cocasana, March 07, 2012, 09:03:41 am
Quote from: cocasana on March 07, 2012, 09:55:31 amI mean Lr's development module tools vs next ACR!
Quote from: stamper on March 08, 2012, 04:42:32 amIf you aren't sure then how can you say the results are identical?
Quote from: stamper on March 08, 2012, 07:04:43 amI use PS 5 extended and it doesn't have history.
Quote from: digitaldog on March 08, 2012, 09:23:49 amThe raw processing is identical. In fact, when you ask LR to 'Edit in Photoshop' it is ACR that renders the data! But the two have to be on parity version wise. But there are lots of non processing functionality that LR provides ACR doesn't. History has been mentioned. Virtual copies is another that comes to mind.
Quote from: BobD on March 09, 2012, 12:27:13 amWhen can we expect the ACR 7.0 plug-in for PS5. Right now we are pretty limited "Editing in Photoshop". It seems our only option to "Edit in PS" is "Render using Lightroom" to see our LR changes. NO"Smart Objects" and NO ability to "Open as Layers..." with our LR4 changes
Quote from: BobD on March 09, 2012, 12:27:13 amIt seems our only option to "Edit in PS" is "Render using Lightroom" to see our LR changes.
Quote from: Schewe on March 09, 2012, 01:10:21 amyes, and no...if you have downloaded and installed ACR 6.7 RC1 from Labs.Adobe.com then you can process PV 2012 in Photoshop CS5/5.5. Until you get ACR 6.7 (or ultimately ACR 7 in PS CS6), no, processing images through Photoshop will be a disconnect...get the RC and test it and then get back to us. It's at Labs.Adobe.com. Also understand this is now a new problem...same thing happened with LR3 and CS5.
Quote from: johnbeardy on March 08, 2012, 02:48:55 pmAnother difference is the Before / After view, great for fine level adjustments. Presets too, if they interest you.John
Quote from: Dinarius on March 17, 2012, 07:47:16 amLR, for reasons known only to Adobe, lacks a Color Sampler Tool, something I use all the time.Secondly, the Spot Removal Tool behaves differently (& less intuitively, in my opinion) in LR compared to ACR. Why the target circle disappears when you click on it with the mouse cursor is beyond me. Finally, 0-255 RGB is, in my view, a case of if it ain't broke.... I hate % readouts.
Quote from: Dinarius on March 17, 2012, 07:47:16 amFinally, 0-255 RGB is, in my view, a case of if it ain't broke.... I hate % readouts.
Quote from: Schewe on March 17, 2012, 05:36:47 pmIf you want to see 0-255, turn on soft proofing and select the color space you want; sRGB, Adobe RGB or ProPhoto RGB. Then you'll get 0-255 readouts.
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