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How do I convert RAW to JPEG in Bridge

Community Beginner ,
Sep 18, 2010 Sep 18, 2010

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I need to convert about 40 RAW files to JPEG.  I'm sure there's a way to do it but can't seem to find an option.  Can anyone help please?

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Mentor , Sep 18, 2010 Sep 18, 2010

I would select and load them all into Camera Raw (Ctrl/Cmd-R), do any global adjustments required, then use the Save... button in the bottom left-hand corner.

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Mentor ,
Sep 18, 2010 Sep 18, 2010

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I would select and load them all into Camera Raw (Ctrl/Cmd-R), do any global adjustments required, then use the Save... button in the bottom left-hand corner.

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Sep 18, 2010 Sep 18, 2010

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If you have no processing to do go to Tools/photoshop /image processor. There you have option to save to various options and quality levels.

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New Here ,
Aug 31, 2018 Aug 31, 2018

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that's good idea -but i can't find it in the new version bridge CC6.1.0116X64...

Where did he go.....:( ?

sharon

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Community Expert ,
Aug 31, 2018 Aug 31, 2018

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The current version of Bridge is 8.1, be sure to update if you haven't. There are four ways to export JPEG from Bridge:

Image Processor - you need the matching version of Photoshop installed

Image Processor Pro - third-party fork of Dr. Brown's original

Camera RAW

My JPEG Multiexport script - http://lumigraphics.zenfolio.com/img/g112637512-o367026446.dat…

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New Here ,
Aug 31, 2018 Aug 31, 2018

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correct

thank you very much ))

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New Here ,
Oct 14, 2019 Oct 14, 2019

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That has been the standard in the past. Bridge seems to have removed the Image Processing feature in its latest update. :((

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Community Expert ,
Dec 30, 2019 Dec 30, 2019

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Bridge has not removed this capability, ironically, it's Photoshop's fault. When PS is installed, it's responsible to place the necessary scripts into Bridge to make this work. 

 

Uninstall the latest version of PS in your system, (you may wish to restart your computer at this point but I've yet to verify if this makes a difference), and then reinstall PS.

 

Let us know if that makes a difference

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Dec 30, 2019 Dec 30, 2019

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I do a two-step process in Photoshop Elements. Select all images and open, which opens them in the Camera RAW dialogue. Then select all the thumbnails on the left, and click "Open Images." Then from there I do the "Process Multiple Files" into jpegs. 

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