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Want to share jpg images modified by camera raw.

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May 29, 2018

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I have used Camera Raw 9.1.1 to modify some jpg images.  I want to share the modified images with family members.  Most default viewers of jpg images will only show the original jpg image before the changes.  How can I collapse the changes so that the images can be viewed more widely by common jpg viewers?

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Hello, in Camera Raw, select the save image option in the lower left hand side. This will create a copy with all develop setting applied (Baked in) Open, process, and save images in Adobe Camera Raw

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Want to share jpg images modified by camera raw.

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I have used Camera Raw 9.1.1 to modify some jpg images.  I want to share the modified images with family members.  Most default viewers of jpg images will only show the original jpg image before the changes.  How can I collapse the changes so that the images can be viewed more widely by common jpg viewers?

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Correct answer by PECourtejoie | Adobe Community Professional

Hello, in Camera Raw, select the save image option in the lower left hand side. This will create a copy with all develop setting applied (Baked in) Open, process, and save images in Adobe Camera Raw

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May 30, 2018

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Hello, in Camera Raw, select the save image option in the lower left hand side. This will create a copy with all develop setting applied (Baked in) Open, process, and save images in Adobe Camera Raw

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May 30, 2018

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Can I go back and do a batch at one time?  Can I overwrite the original file?  For example, I have 6 modified jpg files (they started out as jpg and were modified by camera raw) in a folder.  I go back and open all 6 in camera raw, then save each one as you noted (takes 2 clicks) which is tedious (times 6).  Then I have to go back into the folder and delete all the originals and batch rename to new files to get rid of "copy".  Again, tedious.

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May 30, 2018

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Hello, I would then use Bridge, select the files, then go to tools>Photoshop>Image Processor, you can even select an action if you have a watermarking one, for instance, or a sharpening one, you can resize them (put the max size in each H and W, so that it takes care of portrait and landscape.

Image processor will create a jpegs folder, I would keep the originals, as you could want to re-develop them with a future version of ACR, and send the copies.

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I keep a copy of all my original images in one file, and all the processed images in another in Dropbox.  So at the point when I need to to collapse the changes, I would prefer to overnight those files.  This avoids renaming the created folder and batch renaming all the files in that folder.  Is this possible?

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Try the workflow, you will see that you can select the location of the rendered files.

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Jun 04, 2018

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If I have a mix of jpg files, some edited in raw and some not, can I assume that the processor will handle all without breaking out the edited ones?

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Jun 05, 2018

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Hello, once again, the best way is to try yourself : it creates by default a jpeg folder (but you can tell it to use a folder of your choice, at the location of your choice) and will render a file for each photo document it encounters.

Process a batch of Photoshop files

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