Camera Raw doesn't start in Bridge (Mac OS)

Camera Raw doesn't start if i open CR2 in Bridge (Mac OS).

and when i click on Camera Raw Prefernces or Open in Raw it always says

"Cam Raw editing is not enable"

and

double-click opens Camera Raw in Photoshop, and it works without any problems in PS.

Вut in Bridge' settings it's checked "Double-click edits Raw in Bridge".

and i need Camera Raw editing in Bridge as it was all time before

Please help

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Camera Raw doesn't start in Bridge (Mac OS)

Camera Raw doesn't start if i open CR2 in Bridge (Mac OS).

and when i click on Camera Raw Prefernces or Open in Raw it always says

"Cam Raw editing is not enable"

and

double-click opens Camera Raw in Photoshop, and it works without any problems in PS.

Вut in Bridge' settings it's checked "Double-click edits Raw in Bridge".

and i need Camera Raw editing in Bridge as it was all time before

Please help

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Re: Camera Raw doesn't start in Bridge (Mac OS)

Hi misterax,

Sorry that the Camera raw editing is not enabled via Bridge on your Mac.

Which version of Bridge and Camera raw are you using? Please take a look at this article Camera Raw editing is not enabled in Adobe Bridge ​and let us know if that helps in resolving the issue.

Thanks,

Akash

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Re: Camera Raw doesn't start in Bridge (Mac OS)

Thank you for response!

Mac OS 10.9.5, Bridge CS6, Camera Raw 9.1.1

activation subscription of Adobe Photoshop will resolve this problem?

i never have it, but Camera Raw worked in Bridge always

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Re: Camera Raw doesn't start in Bridge (Mac OS)

Which version of Bridge are you using?

~Akash

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Re: Camera Raw doesn't start in Bridge (Mac OS)

as i wrote

Mac OS 10.9.5, Bridge CS6 (5.0.0.399), Camera Raw 9.1.1

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Re: Camera Raw doesn't start in Bridge (Mac OS)

Bridge CS6 (5.0.0.399)

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Re: Camera Raw doesn't start in Bridge (Mac OS)

Same here; Camera Raw doesn't work for me either.

CameraRaw_11_3_1

Adobe Ridge CS6

5.0.2.4

Adobe Photoshop CS6

macOS High Sierra

Mac Pro (Mid 2010)

2 x 2.4 GHz Quad-Core Intel Xeon

22 GB 1066 MHz DDR3

ATI Radeon HD 5870 1024 MB

Canon Camera EOS M6

It would be great to get Adobe Bridge to work again.

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Re: Camera Raw doesn't start in Bridge (Mac OS)

Adobe Community Professional, Aug 06, 2019

charlesd37477177  wrote

CameraRaw_11_3_1

Adobe Ridge CS6

5.0.2.4

Adobe Photoshop CS6

ACR version 11.3 will not work in Photoshop CS6 or Bridge CS6.

The latest version that will work in CS6 is ACR 9.1.1.

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Re: Camera Raw doesn't start in Bridge (Mac OS)

Thanks for the answer, now where do I find it???

Is a link available, or is it a secret???

Thanks again for the info.

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Re: Camera Raw doesn't start in Bridge (Mac OS)

Hello,

First the link for ACR 9.1.1 was almost impossible to find.

After dancing around the Adobe website I stumbled onto the link for the update you mentioned.

It seems that ACR 9.1.1 doesn’t work either.

I get a message that if I am trying to open an image from a camera please go to . . .

I am trying to open an image from my computer. (Mac)

This happens in Adobe Bridge and in Adobe Photoshop.

I guess my Adobe products are coming to an end.

Any ideas???

Regards,

Chaz

Chaz de Bourbon

BGAStudios.com

POB 293, DWG, PA 18327-0293

Home of Graphic Imagination.

Media arts for the entrepreneur.

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Re: Camera Raw doesn't start in Bridge (Mac OS)

Adobe Community Professional, Aug 08, 2019

charlesd37477177  wrote

I get a message that if I am trying to open an image from a camera please go to . . .

It sounds like the camera is a newer model, released after Photoshop CS6 reached end-of-life with ACR 9.1.1.

You may still be able to use the DNG converter. This is free backwards compatibility, albeit with the extra step of converting the files to the DNG format.

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