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How does one apply settings last image to next image if both images are open in RAW converter

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Apr 20, 2019

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Hi,

camera raw 9.1.1  Pshops6

I have opened a set of images I wish to get looking the same, so I have them all down the left side, but see no way of applying the slider settings of the one just tweaked to the next one. Only if I open the one I just adjusted into photoshop can I then reopen the rest of them and use 'previous conversion' option, but that means I am committed to opening that last one and all those above it yet I am not ready yet to commit changes, they are a WIP and I am needing to see them all at the same time, I am going up and down the stack until happy with my settings and they all look the same as I arrow key or mouse click my way up and down them.

I have to write down all the settings just applied before moving onto the next one. Surely there is a better way than that ?

Merlin

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Correct answer by JimHess | Adobe Community Professional

In order to do that, you need to ensure that all the images are selected. You can use the Ctrl/A method to do that. If you do that first, then as you adjust the image that has primary highlight the other images will receive the same adjustment. Or, you can do all the work on a single image and then highlight all the images and choose the option to synchronize the images.

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How does one apply settings last image to next image if both images are open in RAW converter

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Hi,

camera raw 9.1.1  Pshops6

I have opened a set of images I wish to get looking the same, so I have them all down the left side, but see no way of applying the slider settings of the one just tweaked to the next one. Only if I open the one I just adjusted into photoshop can I then reopen the rest of them and use 'previous conversion' option, but that means I am committed to opening that last one and all those above it yet I am not ready yet to commit changes, they are a WIP and I am needing to see them all at the same time, I am going up and down the stack until happy with my settings and they all look the same as I arrow key or mouse click my way up and down them.

I have to write down all the settings just applied before moving onto the next one. Surely there is a better way than that ?

Merlin

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Correct answer by JimHess | Adobe Community Professional

In order to do that, you need to ensure that all the images are selected. You can use the Ctrl/A method to do that. If you do that first, then as you adjust the image that has primary highlight the other images will receive the same adjustment. Or, you can do all the work on a single image and then highlight all the images and choose the option to synchronize the images.

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Open all the images in Camera Raw. Select the image with the settings that you like. Then from the drop down menu, select sync settings.

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Apr 23, 2019

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In order to do that, you need to ensure that all the images are selected. You can use the Ctrl/A method to do that. If you do that first, then as you adjust the image that has primary highlight the other images will receive the same adjustment. Or, you can do all the work on a single image and then highlight all the images and choose the option to synchronize the images.

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Apr 25, 2019

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Thanks, got  that and it works,

GREAT

Merlin.

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