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Wondering how to stop a Droplet from opening Camera Raw

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Oct 28, 2022 Oct 28, 2022

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Hey there!

 

I'm trying to set up Droplets to automate a bunch of gruntwork when editing photos. I've had it in the past set up so that I was able to open my RAW files in Camera Raw, make whatever edits I wanted, exit out of Camera Raw, and then finally click-and-drag my photos onto the Droplet and watch Photoshop process all my images.

 

But now, I'm finding that when I click and drag my photos onto the Droplet, they open in Camera Raw, bringing the process to a halt.

 

Anyone have any solutions for this? Thanks 🙂

 

I'm using a Macbook running macOS Monterey, and Photoshop v24.0.

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I don't use droplets, but opening a raw file via a script will bypass ACR. Perhaps somehow incorporate a script in the droplet. Frankly, when I was working, I just created a script to process my images. Put them all in a folder and had the script run on all files in that folder.

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