Raw image to Jpg

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Maria Porter Maria Porter Post 1 of 10
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How can I convert Raw images into jpg form ? I have Adobe PS CS2. I need to do it soon....
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Ruud van der Lubben Ruud van der Lubben Post 2 of 10
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That is actually very simple, you open the RAW file (if all is correct CS2 will recognize the file) you make the needed edits and then when saving you choose for JPG.
There you can also choose for the quality in which you want to save.
Oliver Suhr Oliver Suhr Post 3 of 10
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Ruud said it....
If it does not work, you have to update the "Camera Raw"
http://www.adobe.com/downloads/updates/ ... pp_updates
Just download and copy the file into the folder where a file with same name already exists....
Maria Porter Maria Porter Post 4 of 10
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When I open the image in Adobe, it automatically goes to Bridge. I don't know how to handle the image in there, and I don't know how to open it in Adobe...is it because THe "camera raw" is not being updated as Oliver mentioned?
Ruud van der Lubben Ruud van der Lubben Post 5 of 10
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When the picture is opened in Bridge you should be able to make a conversion from there to either tiff or jpeg.
You can find the conversion tool under "Photoshop tools"

You can also in Bridge search for the folder where you have the RAW files stored and then open all files and make the conversion from there.
Maria Porter Maria Porter Post 6 of 10
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I did it, I did it!!! Thank you sooooo much for you help, Ruud, Olive, Andy, really appreciate it!!
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Ruud van der Lubben Ruud van der Lubben Post 7 of 10
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GOOD !! 8-)))
gdjump gdjump Post 8 of 10
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there is a simpler way i'd also like to share with you. you can use an image converter to convert raw image to jpg vb.net. check here: http://www.rasteredge.com/how-to/vb-net ... onverting/
EdgarTorres EdgarTorres Post 9 of 10
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Quote: cpking 28.11.15, 19:45To the cited postits so easy just open the photos with photoshop then save them in jpeg format.
Yes indeed it's like that, you keystoke "Ctrl + S" and choose the file format before you click save.
But if you hope to save a pile of images into jpg. then PS action won't help. You can turn to a tutorial:
http://www.watermark-software.com/batch-watermark.html, which will be fast enough to do it.
marryanderson322 marryanderson322 Post 10 of 10
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I am not sure but propably you can do it on fixthephoto.com There are lots of different functions but im not sure about raw-->jpg
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