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Tue, Apr 11, 2017 10:57 PM

Lightroom: Edit in Photoshop warning message since update

Since update of Lightroom to CC2015.10  and Camera Raw to 9.10 (within Photoshop CC2017.1), I am getting a warning message when using Ctrl+E to Edit in Photoshop.


The message states that camera raw 9.10 may be required, even though CC desktop app confirms camera raw is up to date and Photoshop "about plug ins" confirms that ACR 9.10.0.739 is installed.

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3 years ago

Adobe Photography Products
Quality Engineer: Customer Advocacy

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Thanks Rikk

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3 years ago

I can repro this. Thanks for reporting in.

You can select Open Anyway to continue and everything should work as expected.

Adobe Photography Products
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Yes it does

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No It doesn't. Says ACR is not available

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3 years ago

Yes it seems to work OK if I click ignore.  Just an annoying warning  :-)


Dave

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3 years ago

Same problem here on my Mac. 

I even tried manually re-installing ACR 9.10 from here :

https://helpx.adobe.com/camera-raw/kb/camera-raw-plug-in-installer.html#9_10

... no change.

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same here. PIA!

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3 years ago

Everybody rebooted, right? I know, I know, the IT Mantra! Sometimes 2 reboots are required, or try running Onyx and clearing caches? (Just run the Automation tab in Onyx, clears up a lot)!

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Yes I did.
I am on Windows 10 not Mac so it looks like the issue is hitting both platforms

Dave

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3 years ago

Same here... with Mac Sierra.

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726 Points

3 years ago

same here with mac El Capitan

Champion

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3 years ago

Just click 'open anyway' and check the 'Don't show again' checkbox.

Johan W. Elzenga,

http://www.johanfoto.com

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Thanks

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3 years ago

Same problem here :) 

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3 years ago

Same problem after updated
MacOS Sierra 10.12.4 (iMac Late 2009)

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3 years ago

Yep, same here, Mac 10.12.4 (16E195)
iMac mid 2011

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3 years ago

This is not just an annoyance - it is a show stopper. When trying to use "Merge to HDR Pro" from Lightroom, it aborts in Photoshop with "Camera Raw Filter is not available" after "Open anyway" was chosen in Lightroom. The same happens when "Camera Raw Filter" is chosen from the filter menu in Photoshop. Photoshop shows Camera Raw is 9.10.0.739 so that's the latest but there's obviously a bug where this is not being recognised as the latest. How do I revert to the previous version of Lightroom and Camera Raw because the use of the Camera Raw filter is part of my normal workflow many times a day.

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Different Issue

Please reference the new conversation here: ACR: Merge To HDR Pro in 32 bit fails

Adobe Photography Products
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Tarun,

I am able to produce a file with no issues using Lightroom CC2015.10 and Photoshop CC2017.1.0 using ACR 10. 

Select three images that are HDR brackets.
Invoke Edit In>Merge to HDR Pro in Photoshop.

The merge performs normally.

The Camera Raw Filter is a separate issue. 

Adobe Photography Products
Quality Engineer: Customer Advocacy

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Try this: 
Select three images that are HDR brackets.
Invoke Edit In>Merge to HDR Pro in Photoshop.

The merge goes ahead and the Merge to HDR Pro dialog box appears.
Choose Remove Ghosts and Mode 32 bit; set Complete toning in Adobe Camera Raw.

When you select Tone in ACR button, it goes to Photoshop and bombs out with 'The command "Camera Raw Filter" is not currently available. 

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That I can duplicate, Tarun. Please stand by while I check with engineering.  This is an issue separate to this thread so I am going to split it. 

new thread: https://feedback.photoshop.com/photoshop_family/topics/acr-merge-to-hdr-pro-in-32-bit-fails

Adobe Photography Products
Quality Engineer: Customer Advocacy

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3 years ago

Same issue here on Mac OS Sierra 10.12.4 and the new LR, PS and CR.  

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3 years ago

Same problem for me !