How do I get to see the 'Filmstrip' in Camera RAW 13.2?

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I want to use Superresolution in Adobe Camera RAW 13.2.  Adobe help says to "right click on the Filmstrip" in RAW 13.2  to open the new Super-resolution menu. (I use Command-Shift-A to get to RAW)

My problem is that I never ever see a filmstrip in RAW, only the single image I  work on in Photoshop. How do I get to a filmstrip so that I can click on it??

 

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Adobe Community Professional , Mar 30, 2021 Mar 30, 2021

Bottom left corner of the Camera Raw window:

 

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The shortcut for Super resolution is Command-Shift-D.

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Mar 30, 2021 Mar 30, 2021

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Bottom left corner of the Camera Raw window:

 

image_2021-03-30_102918.png

 

The shortcut for Super resolution is Command-Shift-D.

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THanks for the replies. Unfortunately, none helped. There is nothing to
click in the bottom left corner of the RAW window and Command-Shift-D just
makes the sound of a rejected command. Right click on the main image just
gives me a zoom smaller symbol... WWW

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Adobe Community Professional ,
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The filmstrip isn't necessary. Just right click on the main image.

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Oct 01, 2021 Oct 01, 2021

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I need the filmstrip if I want to make adjustments to a group of images or to merge a group.

 

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Adobe Community Professional ,
Mar 30, 2021 Mar 30, 2021

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Well then, maybe it's different on the Mac. I can right-click on the main image in Windows 10 and I have the option.

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Community Beginner ,
Apr 15, 2021 Apr 15, 2021

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Same problem here. No filmstrip (after resetting preferences and reinstalling Photoshop) and the shortcut isn't working.

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Adobe Community Professional ,
Apr 15, 2021 Apr 15, 2021

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It sounds like you're working with the Camera Raw filter and not the app

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May 11, 2021 May 11, 2021

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so what should i do to work with the app

 

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Adobe Community Professional ,
May 11, 2021 May 11, 2021

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Camera Raw is a plugin for Photoshop, and can also be launched from Bridge. It is a raw converter, designed to work with raw files. When you click Open after editing, a new file, rendered from the raw file, will open in Photoshop. This rendered file can be saved as psd, tiff, jpg, etc.

You can optionally set Camera Raw to automatically open jpgs and tif.

In Photoshop, go to the Edit menu (Photoshop menu on a Mac) > Preferences > Camera Raw > File handling.

 

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The Camera Raw filter is a filter with the same editing options as the Camera Raw plugin.

It is designed to work with rendered files – psd, tiff, jpg etc.

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Adobe Community Professional ,
May 11, 2021 May 11, 2021

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@Winfried5DE7 wrote:

I want to use Superresolution in Adobe Camera RAW 13.2.  Adobe help says to "right click on the Filmstrip" in RAW 13.2  to open the new Super-resolution menu. (I use Command-Shift-A to get to RAW)


 

You are running into multiple problems:

 

If you are pressing Command-Shift-A as you said, you are opening a Photoshop layer in the Camera Raw Filter. Super Resolution is not available that way — you must open an image file, not a layer, directly into Camera Raw, before converting it to a Photoshop document. This means you must either open the image using the Open command in Photoshop, or the Open in Camera Raw command in Adobe Bridge. This limitation is covered in the Adobe Help page you saw; it’s the first item in the Notes box on that page.

 

The next thing to solve is that “right-click on the filmstrip” is not the only way to get to Super Resolution. Super Resolution is part of the Enhance command, and the Enhance command is available in more ways than the incomplete Adobe help file describes. You can do any of the following:

  • Choose Enhance from the menu that appears when you click the More Image Settings (…) button in the toolbar on the right side of Camera Raw (see the figure below).
  • Right-click the large image preview (not the filmstrip), and choose Enhance from the context menu that appears.
  • Press the keyboard shortcut for Enhance (Shift-Command-D), as shown in the menu below.
  • If the filmstrip is available, hover over the image so that the More Image Settings (…) button appears, click that to open the menu, and choose Enhance.
  • If the filmstrip is available, right-click it to open the contextual menu, and choose Enhance. (This is the only method mentioned in the Adobe help file.)

 

Open Enhance from menu.jpg

 

Although you can make the filmstrip appear when there is only one image, it isn’t necessary because you can use the first three methods listed above even when the filmstrip is hidden.

 

You will not see a filmstrip if you used Filter > Camera Raw Filter, because the filmstrip represents loading up multiple photo files (not Photoshop layers) into Camera Raw. But you cannot do that with Camera Raw Filter, because that loads only one selected layer in a Photoshop document.

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May 12, 2022 May 12, 2022

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Bonkers for the end user now. Adobe needs to get regular people to review some of these workflows in Photoshop for ease of use 

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May 12, 2022 May 12, 2022

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Making simple lines and arrows with the line tool is another terrible interface. Such a common thing to do but takes 20 minites to make a simple arrow look the way you want.

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Adobe Community Professional ,
May 12, 2022 May 12, 2022

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Adobe needs to get regular people to review some of these workflows in Photoshop for ease of use 

Actually, they do (and have for decades), but not all 'regular' people agree with each other. 

You can also make suggestions directly to the teams, something you're not doing here.

https://community.adobe.com/t5/lightroom-classic-ideas/how-do-i-write-a-feature-request/idi-p/123863...


Author “Color Management for Photographers" & "Photoshop CC Color Management/pluralsight"

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Yes, ok thank you

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