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DxO OpticsPro (Windows) / Re: IPTC Metadata
« Last post by Bencsi on June 25, 2017, 11:02:13 pm »
The IPTC data handling is not my primary request for DoP, however its role is basic for professional photographersw. If DoP intend to stay in the high class of RAW converter application's, such development is unavoidable.
The investment to the image files' IPTC handling, editing, batch addition and recording to original files is certainly not as complicated as e.g. Automask in LC. I think it is substantial.

Endre
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DxO OpticsPro (Windows) / Re: IPTC Metadata
« Last post by LarryW on June 25, 2017, 08:01:04 pm »
Unless I'm missing something, the only IPTC type information you can do in DxO is star rating. You can't assign IPTC keywords, headline, comments, etc from within DxO. At least not as far as I can find.

I use PhotoSupreme 3 as my DAM and so assign keywords and other metadata from within PhotoSupreme. I then use DxO to process some of my RAW files. While I've can't assign metadata in DxO the processed jpg contains most of the metadata from the original RAW file XMP sidecar created by PSu3.  PSu3 can create custom IPTC fields and those field are not exported.

I also use LR CC but not as  a DAM but I've noticed that the metadata in the processed jpg and  assigned in PSu3 do show up in LR's metadata information.
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DxO OpticsPro (Windows) / Re: IPTC Metadata
« Last post by Nick_ on June 25, 2017, 02:23:44 pm »
I totally support this request… well, since I already made it in 2014 ;-): My feature request #1: EXIF data.
Please support it.
I use Adobe Bridge as a DAM which fully supports EXIF an IPTC data. It would be extremely easy to implement that feature in DOP and it would be extremely useful for us. It's just text data.
Nick
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DxO OpticsPro (Windows) / Re: IPTC Metadata
« Last post by obetz on June 23, 2017, 07:53:17 pm »
Quote from: Ralf Brinkmann
I have my Nikon RAW files (*.NEF) and when I work with them in Lightroom or Photoshop I can at once add headlines, keywords and so on. As far as I know they can not be stored in the RAW files directly, but in XMP sidecar files (or in the Lightroom database?). So when I export the developed files as JPG I can do it as often as I want and in any size, the created JPD files will all have the same metadata informations.

This should be the case also with DxO. I add metadata directly to Canon CR2 raw files using Geosetter or "plain Exiftool", and DxO exports it as expected. Didn't try XMP sidecars, though.

Quote from: Ralf Brinkmann
What do you mean with "tag files before I handle them to DxO"? How do you do that?

by "tagging" I meant adding metadata: Description, Keywords etc.

Oliver
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This behavior is  already implemented.
The NR may differ according to the tone zones.
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DxO OpticsPro (Windows) / Re: Survey view
« Last post by Nick_ on June 23, 2017, 11:04:44 am »
Count me in for this as well, how do we make suggestions to the developers?
In the Feature suggestions forum.
Nick
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DxO OpticsPro (Mac) / Re: Vignetting query.
« Last post by Nick_ on June 23, 2017, 11:02:43 am »
Presumably my vignette amount of -11 in Lightroom would translate as an intensity value of 11, (i.e. not the negative number of 11) in DoP?
I have not enough experience to tell.
Nick
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Totally agree with having this in the DxO suite of apps. I guess there are many folk like me who are switching from Adobe because of their pricing policy and finding, again like me, a far superior suite of photo editing apps and the ability to make local adjustments is a no-brainer as far as I am concerned. Please can we have it soon?
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This has to be the most unforgivable omission in what is otherwise a brilliant bit of software engineering. Everything else has it, DXO OP is the only software that does not.

I stuck with Lightroom for many years because of that feature, but as I have now dumped all things Adobe I bought all the main competitors software, Capture One, OnOne RAW and DXO, the entire DXO suite now in fact.

I can do local correction in the others but I have chosen DXO as my main tool as it does so much right, but why can they not add local correction? A profesiosnal tool (that DXO is of course) should not be missing this one BIG feature, please re-consider!
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DxO OpticsPro (Mac) / Re: Vignetting query.
« Last post by Allsop on June 22, 2017, 06:46:06 pm »
Presumably my vignette amount of -11 in Lightroom would translate as an intensity value of 11, (i.e. not the negative number of 11) in DoP?
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