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Difference between Bridge and ACR?

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Nov 29, 2016

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Sorry if this is a really dumb question, but I cannot find anywhere on the web the difference between ACR and Bridge.  Is it the same thing?  I'm switching over to ACR/Bridge from LR and would really like to know the difference between the two.

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in a few words = Bridge is essentially an image (raw and non raw) browser that is using ACR to do raw conversion ... as a DAM it certainly can't compete with LR, but if you are not into DAM then it is a decent tool... advantage vs other browsers (like XnView or FastRawViewer or whatever) is that it is integrated with ACR so can display raw conversion previews exactly like ACR itself will do (because it is using ACR to build them)

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Difference between Bridge and ACR?

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Sorry if this is a really dumb question, but I cannot find anywhere on the web the difference between ACR and Bridge.  Is it the same thing?  I'm switching over to ACR/Bridge from LR and would really like to know the difference between the two.

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in a few words = Bridge is essentially an image (raw and non raw) browser that is using ACR to do raw conversion ... as a DAM it certainly can't compete with LR, but if you are not into DAM then it is a decent tool... advantage vs other browsers (like XnView or FastRawViewer or whatever) is that it is integrated with ACR so can display raw conversion previews exactly like ACR itself will do (because it is using ACR to build them)

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in a few words = Bridge is essentially an image (raw and non raw) browser that is using ACR to do raw conversion ... as a DAM it certainly can't compete with LR, but if you are not into DAM then it is a decent tool... advantage vs other browsers (like XnView or FastRawViewer or whatever) is that it is integrated with ACR so can display raw conversion previews exactly like ACR itself will do (because it is using ACR to build them)

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Thank you...that explains it!  It was just a little confusing never really using that part of PS.

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