Opening into camera raw from lightroom to take advantage of super resolutin

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Mar 17, 2021 Mar 17, 2021

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I use lightroom classic as primary organization and filing for my imagaes. When I open an image fromm LR to PS it does not open in camera raw.  To use CR I have to then use CR filter.  Super resolution does not appear when opening raw file this way. It only appears if opening directly in CR.  Is there a way to open images that originate in LR directly to CR rather than using filter?

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Mar 17, 2021 Mar 17, 2021

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I'm confused by what you are stating but let's start here:

Super Resolution only works on raws*, and it doesn't work in ACR as a Filter. 

Lightroom doesn't yet have Super Resoution. 

You can create a DNG in the current released version of ACR, save it as a DNG and import that into the current version of Lightroom Classic. 

ACR as a filter is used after opening a rendered image in Photoshop itself. 

*There are ways to open non raws in ACR, not ACR as a Filter. And apply Super ResolutionNot sure you want that or not. 

 


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Thank you.  I knew there were workarounds like that.  I had hoped there was a more direct way.

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If LR doesn't have the feature yet, open the file through Bridge or PS, and it will open in ACR. once you use the enhance feature, ACR will create a new file of it, which you can then import into LR.

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Thanks for your reply.  I was hoping there was a more direct way.  I'll do it this way until it is available directly in LR.  Thanks again

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ACR and LR follow each other with most functionality, so I'm sure it will be added to LR soon.

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