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Adobe Camera Raw Midi Controller

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Aug 12, 2022 Aug 12, 2022

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Hello there

 

We use Bridge and ACR in our little two men company for our professional grading and editing workflow. 

We really really love how everything works together and how smooth the workflow is – also, since we use a cloud together/with our clients. The file management with xmp data is quick and precise and also the reason, why we prefere ACR over Lightroom. 

 

Since we are grading images from morning until evening, we were wondering, how to optimize even more. That’s when i started to look for a midi controller to use in our setup. Unfortunately, there seems to be no easy way to have a setup. I found Loupedeck+ but this device only works, when opening an image in PS and go into the ACR filter which would definitely not optimize our workflow. 

 

I think, adobe should do something about this – in the video editing business, this is standard (blackmagic for example). I bet, this would be huge!

Does anybody have experience with Bridge/ACR/Midicontroller? 

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Sep 08, 2022 Sep 08, 2022

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Hi there,

 

Thanks for reaching out with the details. Let me clarify this for you.

 

Camera Raw is a plugin/processing engine part of Photoshop, Bridge, Lightroom Classic, etc., making installation of a MIDI to ACR translater plugin within Camera Raw complicated by design.

 

You can use Lightroom Classic to have some functionality. Lightroom Classic can write adjustment changes into XMP like ACR & Lightroom Classic has support for plugins, meaning it can utilize MIDI input.

 

In Lightroom Classic, you can go to Edit > Catalog Settings > Metadata > Enable 'Automatically write changes to XMP'.

 

Let me know if it helps to some extent,

Thanks!
Sameer K

 

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