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Open raw file in photoshop JavaScript CameraRAWOpenOptions() setting exposure does not work

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Nov 06, 2022 Nov 06, 2022

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I have a JavaScript that opens the RAW file and adjusts the intake options like tint, temperature, and exposure. The settings for adjustment to tint, and temperature properties work fine but not the exposure does not. here is my code:

    var strPath = "G:\\images\\Current\\_MG_"+ index +".CR2";
    var OpenOptions = new CameraRAWOpenOptions()
   
    OpenOptions.temperature = temperature
    OpenOptions.tint = tint
    OpenOptions.exposure = exposure
 
    app.displayDialogs = displayDialogs
    app.open( new File( strPath ),  OpenOptions)

Any suggestions? 
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Nov 06, 2022 Nov 06, 2022

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It might help to post the full script. For example, what is the exposure variable value?

 

EDIT: I just tried with a valid hard-coded value and I can reproduce the issue.

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Nov 07, 2022 Nov 07, 2022

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I tried - it doesn't work either. In this case, the ActionManager code works properly.

var c2t = charIDToTypeID,
    s2t = stringIDToTypeID;

var d = new ActionDescriptor();
var params = new ActionDescriptor();

d.putPath(s2t("null"), new File("G:\\images\\Current\\_MG_" + index + ".CR2"));
params.putInteger(c2t("Temp"), temperature);
params.putInteger(c2t("Tint"), tint);
params.putDouble(c2t("Ex12"), exposure);
d.putObject(s2t("as"), s2t("Adobe Camera Raw"), params);
executeAction(s2t("open"), d, DialogModes.NO);

 

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Nov 08, 2022 Nov 08, 2022

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@defaultxu9xtaayqx03 – So how did you go with the code posted from @jazz-y ?

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Dec 21, 2022 Dec 21, 2022

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Same here. 

 

I am writing a script to show a side-by-side before/after the edit, and I cannot load the RAW image with all parameters reset.

 

The code works when I change the CameraRAWOpenOptions.settings to "CameraRAWSettingsType.CAMERA", but the problem is that I need to keep the crop and transform image after the edit, so the framing of both the before and after matches.

 

Here is my try:

#target photoshop

 

openUneditedRAW(activeDocument);
 
function openUneditedRAW(selectedDocument) {
    selectedFile = new File(selectedDocument.fullName);
    var openRAWOptions = new CameraRAWOpenOptions();

    // Settings
    openRAWOptions.settings = CameraRAWSettingsType.CUSTOM;
    openRAWOptions.whiteBalance = WhiteBalanceType.ASSHOT;
    openRAWOptions.exposure = 0;
    openRAWOptions.shadows = 0;
    openRAWOptions.brightness = 0;   
    // All the available settings reseted.

    var uneditedDocument = open(selectedFile, openRAWOptions, true);
}
 
I would use the approach proposed by jazz-y, but I am new to scripting, and the Action Manager doesn't look particularly friendly.
 
Any help?
 
Kind regards,

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