Sky Replacement should work with most of the Photoshop supported image files, but there are some other limits, e.g. the opened file must be in the RGB mode, 8 or 16 bits. Please let us know if you have any further questions. Thank you.
I shoot in RAW format and would like to do Sky Replacement as part of the normal photo edits I do, before exporting into JPG. But Photoshop only seems to allow me to do sky replacement when I'm ediiting JPG photos? When I edit RAW photos, it opens them in "Camera Raw", and the Sky Replacement function doesn't seem to be available in Camera Raw.
Am I missing something? Or do I literally have to edit my Raws, export them as JPG photos, then re-import them into Photoshop again as JPGs, just to be able to do the sky replacement?