Subject: Re: Next Generation DNG to work with Lightroom
The reason for my thought comes from the description of LR develop module in the second Adobe Video. It says that LR will "extend ACR" to other file formats. So instead of working solely with RAW format, LR will use the ACR core adjustment module to make changes to JPEG and TIFF "without altering the native file" This says to me there will need to be a place where the adjustments are stored -- like a sidecar.
For obvious reasons, I don't want a sidecar. Rather I want the adjustments to be contained within the file -- like DNG does now for RAW. In my way of thinking, if LR extends ACR to JPEG, then there needs to be a simliar extension of DNG to follow the logic.
Does this make sense?
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