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"Tracking" changes to RAW and TIFF files
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Absolute Chaos
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« on: August 10, 2008, 04:10:12 PM »

I noticed that Bridge does not show all the changes that I make to a file.

It looks like it cannot see changes to RAW files and always displays images as shot.

It also looks like that if I export a RAW file to Photoshop, work on it there, and save it as a TIFF, it can see all the changes. But when I import it into a RAW converter, like DPP or LR, Bridge cannot see the adjustments made, and I doubt they are even there.

Can Expressions Media see all those changes and always display a true current version of a file?

Thanks!

Robert
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« Reply #1 on: August 10, 2008, 11:36:37 PM »

re EM, you see DNGs' updated previews but not raw files adjusted by Adobe (you would see Capture NX adjusted previews though). This is where there's a disadvantage compared with the DAM+P applications like Lightroom and Aperture.

Bridge though see LR adjustments to raw files IF you save out the XMP. It should certainly see the Photoshop changes - how precisely did you open the files in Photoshop?

John
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