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There is no such option, but why do you need to rasterize every image that you Place? What are you doing with them that they can't just stay as (Image) layers?

-- Walt

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I make a lot of quick image edits for the web.  Each time I import an image, I have to right click > Rasterize Trim, in order to make Raster Editing like marquee tool, selections, inpainting, etc. Not every tool automatically converts the Image to Pixel while trying to use the tool. At least, the Warp Tool uses the Assistant to convert the Image to Pixel.

Am I missing something? Can we make Raster edits on an Image layer?

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