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Camera Raw plugin in Adobe Bridge doesn't work

New Here ,
May 05, 2019

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Dear Adobe community,

     after the first download Adobe Bridge (AB) from the creative cloud I wanted to try Camera Raw (CR) plugin. When I push the button with CR icon the small window with the stop sign and the message (You must have the license  to use CR) appears. I guess I am doing smth wrong and only haven't enough experience.

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Adobe Bridge is Free to anyone. All other Adobe Apps have to be paid for.

If you want to try Adobe Camera RAW then you will need to first download and install Photoshop as a trial. Which lasts only 7 days.

Then you can try out ACR for those same 7 days.

You may need to enter a valid CC number before starting the trial.

You can also install Lightroom, which has ACR built into it, for again a 7 day trial.

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Camera Raw plugin in Adobe Bridge doesn't work

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Dear Adobe community,

     after the first download Adobe Bridge (AB) from the creative cloud I wanted to try Camera Raw (CR) plugin. When I push the button with CR icon the small window with the stop sign and the message (You must have the license  to use CR) appears. I guess I am doing smth wrong and only haven't enough experience.

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Correct answer by Just Shoot Me | Adobe Community Professional

Adobe Bridge is Free to anyone. All other Adobe Apps have to be paid for.

If you want to try Adobe Camera RAW then you will need to first download and install Photoshop as a trial. Which lasts only 7 days.

Then you can try out ACR for those same 7 days.

You may need to enter a valid CC number before starting the trial.

You can also install Lightroom, which has ACR built into it, for again a 7 day trial.

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Adobe Bridge is Free to anyone. All other Adobe Apps have to be paid for.

If you want to try Adobe Camera RAW then you will need to first download and install Photoshop as a trial. Which lasts only 7 days.

Then you can try out ACR for those same 7 days.

You may need to enter a valid CC number before starting the trial.

You can also install Lightroom, which has ACR built into it, for again a 7 day trial.

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Great thanks for the help.

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Oh and ACR only works with Bridge IF you have Photoshop installed and a valid license, subscription, trial period for it.

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