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Opening MPO and linking resulting stereo images for editing purposes

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Aug 26, 2017

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I am using Photoshop to open an MPO image from a stereo camera (Fuji W3).  If I choose to edit the results, it displays two images side by side, but I seem to have to modify them separately.  Is there a way to link the two so a change in levels, color, etc. made to one is duplicated exactly on the other as well? 

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Only way I can think of is to create all the corrections using adjustment layers, then copying those layers to the other file. Or creating a LUT and applying that to the other file.

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Opening MPO and linking resulting stereo images for editing purposes

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I am using Photoshop to open an MPO image from a stereo camera (Fuji W3).  If I choose to edit the results, it displays two images side by side, but I seem to have to modify them separately.  Is there a way to link the two so a change in levels, color, etc. made to one is duplicated exactly on the other as well? 

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Correct answer by Chuck Uebele | Adobe Community Professional

Only way I can think of is to create all the corrections using adjustment layers, then copying those layers to the other file. Or creating a LUT and applying that to the other file.

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Only way I can think of is to create all the corrections using adjustment layers, then copying those layers to the other file. Or creating a LUT and applying that to the other file.

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Simple answer... Use an Adjustment Layer, and make sure it is affecting all layers below. MPOs are layered jpegs. This answer works if you are seeing the two layers in a single file side by side. 

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