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Stacking in Bridge
This is my first thread in the forums (Been reading and putting a couple posts here and there for a while)
so apologies if I am posting in the wrong area or so.
On the my question. I have been using CS5 and now CS6 and have just started to shoot in JPEG+RAW (crazy idea for some - me too) and I love the way that Bridge has always handled it when stacking the two files together. One folder, previews are the JPEGs etc... But I am tired of stacking manually, and am very jealous of the lightroom feature of being able to stack by time taken.
So my question is does anyone know of any way that Bridge automates the stacking process? Either by time taken or file name or other meta-data which is the same between the two files?
I have been googling for a while but not been able to turn anything up so I decided that I should just ask you friendly people
Any help would be much appreciated!
All the best,
"I tried to keep both arts alive, but the camera won. I found that while the camera does not express the soul, perhaps a photograph can!" - Ansel Adams
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