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Using Aperture 3 with Photoshop droplets??

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Old 06-18-2010, 02:33 AM
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Exclamation Using Aperture 3 with Photoshop droplets??

Hi guys,
I'm using Aperture 3 at the moment and am trying to set up a Photoshop droplet for batch processing, and I'm noticing that when I just drag and drop images from Aperture onto the droplet, Aperture is acting as though I've just dropped the file onto the desktop and converting it to an 8-bit JPEG before Photoshop does its processing. This is frustrating me and I don't know how to change this preference within Aperture. Does anyone know about using Photoshop droplets with Aperture? And/or is there a way to change Aperture's preferences for drag-and-dropping images to the desktop? If I could change that preference to 16-bit PSD's, that could be an ad-hoc workaround. Thanks.
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