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DxO PhotoLab (Mac) / Re: sRAW/mRAW
« Last post by macroimage on April 22, 2018, 09:31:16 pm »
The best option is probably to use Canon Digital Photo Professional (DPP) version 4, or version 3 if your computer is too old.  You can download the latest versions and the lens modules for free from Canon.  DPP does a good job and has the same colour characteristics and the camera.  Edit them to your taste, use the distortion correction, digital lens optimizer etc if it is a supported lens.  Then export a 16bit tiff for futher editing in Photolab if more is needed.  Then remember to use full RAW files in the future.
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DxO ONE / Re: Dxo One app on iPhone 7+ doesn't recognise the camera
« Last post by ronnysharma on April 22, 2018, 07:50:07 pm »
Updated my iPhone 7 to iOS 11.3 this morning now as I am opening DxO ONE app it only loads a blank screen on startup and gradually few second later crashes itself. Any help?
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DxO PhotoLab (Mac) / Re: sRAW/mRAW
« Last post by Bencsi on April 22, 2018, 07:28:39 pm »
Hi tedweitz,

 The mRAW and sRAW are compressed format ( regardless the extension in all cases are .CR2 ), that is why PL doesn't take care of them.
You can convert them to TIFF or JPG in a 3rd party app ( a lot of free app also able to do it ). Keep the resolution as big as possible. The Canon free DPP4 can do it also.
The handicap of all conversion is the reduced resolution. Here are my EOS-7D facts:

RAW original Image Size   5184x3456 ( after JPG conversion same size )
JPG original Image Size   5184x3456 ( made by camera L resolution )
mRAW original Image Size   3888x2592 ( after JPG conversion same size )
sRAW original Image Size   2592x1728 ( after JPG conversion same size )

After conversion to JPG, PL is able to open, but with limited tools availability.

Endre
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DxO PhotoLab (Mac) / Re: sRAW/mRAW
« Last post by MikeFromMesa on April 22, 2018, 03:33:43 pm »
Maybie use DNG Convert and open this DNG  with DPL.
For a while I shot mRAW with my Canon until I found that I could not process them with Optics Pro (this was some years ago). I think I tried using the Adobe dng converter and processed those images but I am not sure if that worked or not.

I liked OP so much that I stopped using the mRAW setting rather than give up OP.
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DxO PhotoLab (Windows) / Re: extended capabilities
« Last post by markui on April 21, 2018, 08:45:04 pm »
Too bad they are not welcome. For the majority of my images, the corrections in
PL are all that is needed but when I need to stack multiple images, I have to use other programs, until such time as PL can learn to do those things too. It would be nice to give the resulting images the full PL treatment. For focus stacking, I suppose each source image could be treated first and then sacked. Even stacking to remove mobile parts of the image could be done first but it would be so much easier to only do it once on the final image.
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DxO PhotoLab (Mac) / Re: DAM and organization with PL?
« Last post by Nick_ on April 21, 2018, 12:35:18 pm »
I've been using Photo Supreme with DxO for a couple years. The integration is good enough to be useful. After editing an image or images in DxO, you can tell Photo Supreme to refresh thumbnails and it will apply basic operations from DxO (rotating, cropping) when rendering the thumbnails. It also associates the .dop file with the source file and will move/delete both as needed.
Well… this is not good enough for me. It is not enough to make me switch.
Too bad DPL can't work as a plug in for Bridge or other DAMs.
Niick
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DxO PhotoLab (Windows) / Re: extended capabilities
« Last post by Bencsi on April 21, 2018, 08:21:44 am »
Actually, PL is a RAW converter primarily. RAW files ( or JPG and DNG ) are the native camera output formats. Other image manipulation apps ( PS, Affinity, OnOne, etc.) are able to convert RAW files, but not as main task. That is the reason, why PL is limited to recognize and edit not camera generated files. The scanned and other images are also not coming from camera are not welcome to PL.
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DxO PhotoLab (Windows) / Re: extended capabilities
« Last post by markui on April 21, 2018, 06:15:32 am »
After getting Affinity, I find its stacking features really great. What is the best way to bring the resulting images back into DxO PhotoLab tpo continue the refining? If I export in TIFF,  I don't have the full PL controls available, i.e no Prime. I tried PNG, PSD, EXR , even HDR but none of these are showing as images in PL.  They all have several export options. Is there a specific one that PL can see and manipulate like a raw file?
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DxO PhotoLab (Mac) / Re: DAM and organization with PL?
« Last post by Andreas Yankopolus on April 20, 2018, 03:30:07 pm »
I've been using Photo Supreme with DxO for a couple years. The integration is good enough to be useful. After editing an image or images in DxO, you can tell Photo Supreme to refresh thumbnails and it will apply basic operations from DxO (rotating, cropping) when rendering the thumbnails. It also associates the .dop file with the source file and will move/delete both as needed.

The Photo Supreme developer is active on his support forum and very responsive to help requests.
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DxO PhotoLab (Mac) / Re: sRAW/mRAW
« Last post by Pieloe on April 20, 2018, 11:25:50 am »
Maybie use DNG Convert and open this DNG  with DPL.
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