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    Hi

    is there a way to downgrade camera raw?

    i update cc camera raw to 9.1 , when i move the sliders (for example exposure) i got an excessive consumption , my cpu rires to 80% or 100%
    just move the exposure sliders faster and check your cpu , i use process hacker

    with the last 8.9 I haven't this issue

    can i downgrade to camera raw 8.9?

    how can i do it?

    thanks

  • #2
    Re: is there a way to downgrade camera raw?

    I'm not familiar with process hacker. Does your machine lag when this happens? If not, it's a non-issue.

    To answer your question no. When you update photoshop, it's updated. Adobe's only standalone utility of that sort converts to DNG, in which case you'll still need to go through camera raw. You could use lightroom if you like.

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    • #3
      Re: is there a way to downgrade camera raw?

      Originally posted by klev View Post
      I'm not familiar with process hacker. Does your machine lag when this happens? If not, it's a non-issue.

      To answer your question no. When you update photoshop, it's updated. Adobe's only standalone utility of that sort converts to DNG, in which case you'll still need to go through camera raw. You could use lightroom if you like.
      hi
      thanks
      but can i upgrade camera manually?
      i mean for example if i restore an image , i have camera raw 8.1
      can i upgrade to 8.8 manually?

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      • #4
        Re: is there a way to downgrade camera raw?

        Originally posted by mantra View Post
        hi
        thanks
        but can i upgrade camera manually?
        i mean for example if i restore an image , i have camera raw 8.1
        can i upgrade to 8.8 manually?
        Given that it's bundled as part of photoshop, I don't see how you would.

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        • #5
          Re: is there a way to downgrade camera raw?

          Originally posted by klev View Post
          Given that it's bundled as part of photoshop, I don't see how you would.
          copy/overwrite the plugin file ...inside the right folder

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          • #6
            Re: is there a way to downgrade camera raw?

            Originally posted by mantra View Post
            copy/overwrite the plugin file ...inside the right folder
            That may not work or may introduce other problems if its load scripts do any kind of validation. I should have specified that I don't know how you would do that in a manner that is actually supported and guaranteed to work. I should add that I initially just thought you were concerned about color handling. Camera raw stores profiles for older versions, which can be accessed from its dropdown profile menu.
            Last edited by klev; 06-18-2015, 03:15 AM.

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            • #7
              Re: is there a way to downgrade camera raw?

              You always have the weirdest questions, I've got to tell you Like things I couldn't think of in a million years. I'm not saying you're wrong, it's just so out there.
              Last edited by skoobey; 06-18-2015, 04:35 AM.

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              • #8
                Re: is there a way to downgrade camera raw?

                Originally posted by klev View Post
                That may not work or may introduce other problems if its load scripts do any kind of validation. I should have specified that I don't know how you would do that in a manner that is actually supported and guaranteed to work. I should add that I initially just thought you were concerned about color handling. Camera raw stores profiles for older versions, which can be accessed from its dropdown profile menu.
                thanks

                Originally posted by skoobey View Post
                You always have the weirdest questions, I've got to tell you Like things I couldn't think of in a million years. I'm not saying you're wrong, it's just so out there.
                hi
                why?
                here there are lots of page of users that complain about acr and want to install the older version

                https://forums.adobe.com/thread/1115020?sr=stream

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                • #9
                  Re: is there a way to downgrade camera raw?

                  I would just uninstall entire CC 2015.

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