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    My favorite feature with Bridge is "Batch Rename." Haven't tried Light Room yet. Is there a similar option?

    Quote Originally Posted by Scott Crawley View Post
    With PR, AE, LR and now PS supporting R3D I would be suprised if Bridge didn't follow suit... Unless Adobe is finally moving away from Bridge entirely. I use LR and find Bridge to be almost completely redundant.

    Do you not use Lightroom, Tom?
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    Adobe should make photoshop CS6 open R3D files through Camera Raw 7 as 16 bits per channel
    If you agree can I suggest you go to the Adobe CS6 Photoshop Forum:
    http://forums.adobe.com/community/labs/photoshopcs6/
    and ask them to make this possible too.
    I've just done this, so maybe if lots of us ask it will happen much sooner
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    Quote Originally Posted by Will Keir View Post
    My favorite feature with Bridge is "Batch Rename." Haven't tried Light Room yet. Is there a similar option?
    There is none that I know of. Batch Rename is the only thing I've used Bridge for sine Lightroom came out.
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    I'm not PS expert, but my friend told me that it opens R3D as 8-bit but then you can swtich it to 16-bit.

    Quote Originally Posted by smort View Post
    Adobe should make photoshop CS6 open R3D files through Camera Raw 7 as 16 bits per channel
    If you agree can I suggest you go to the Adobe CS6 Photoshop Forum:
    http://forums.adobe.com/community/labs/photoshopcs6/
    and ask them to make this possible too.
    I've just done this, so maybe if lots of us ask it will happen much sooner
    All the best
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    Quote Originally Posted by Laco Zamba View Post
    I'm not PS expert, but my friend told me that it opens R3D as 8-bit but then you can swtich it to 16-bit.
    There is little point in switching an 8 bit image to 16 bits. The "16 bit data" the original R3D file had has been thrown away by opening it as an 8 bit image
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    I must try :-)

    Quote Originally Posted by smort View Post
    There is little point in switching an 8 bit image to 16 bits. The "16 bit data" the original R3D file had has been thrown away by opening it as an 8 bit image
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    If Premier would could just have better colour tools... like a 3 way colour corrector just ike FCP... and a natice codec so you don't have to render every single time you put on an effect on , or grade on.... I'd drop everything and use it tomorrow...

    It has come so so far... but just needs to get over that speed bump. Its got so much promise...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jarred Land View Post
    I love Adobe....

    Ask them to fix the Premier so you don't have to render ever time you do an effect or grade adjustment.... just so the picture can play smooth.

    And a decent colour corrector would be good...

    I'd use it tomorrow if just these two things were fixed....

    It's almost there... almost...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mark Toia View Post
    If Premier would could just have better colour tools... like a 3 way colour corrector just ike FCP... and a natice codec so you don't have to render every single time you put on an effect on , or grade on.... I'd drop everything and use it tomorrow...

    It has come so so far... but just needs to get over that speed bump. Its got so much promise...
    Premiere CS6 with Iridas's technology could be pretty awesome. Let's wait and see.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mark Toia View Post
    Ask them to fix the Premier so you don't have to render ever time you do an effect or grade adjustment.... just so the picture can play smooth.

    And a decent colour corrector would be good...

    I'd use it tomorrow if just these two things were fixed....

    It's almost there... almost...
    Mark... Grab yourself a cuda card... don't need to render at all! And most basic effects are gpu accelerated!

    On my old gtx285 flies like a champ. All we are saying, is give premiere a chance ;)
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