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Feature suggestions (all products) / Re: DxO lens tests
« Last post by picman on February 09, 2018, 09:20:29 pm »
Thanks, I sent a request to DxOmark too.

Cheers, Bob.
DxO OpticsPro (Windows) / Re: Very slow to load images, frequent freezes
« Last post by Bencsi on February 09, 2018, 09:05:21 pm »
Hi Mack,

 As far as read other treads in the forum, the freeze of PL v1.x is based on an automatic  Windows update. Check your last 7 days' updates and try to uninstall. Unfortunately, I forgot the KB serial #, hopefully you can find here. Svetlana replied  from DxO about this solution.

DxO PhotoLab (Mac) / Re: Videos/Webinars
« Last post by ColinG on February 09, 2018, 07:28:00 pm »
Being new to PL I can only agree that more should be done to make this a family. I look in from time to time but there is never much going on and I just drift away again. This is fine software, it deserves better but somehow it feels like I have bought it and that is the end of it. Sort of - we've had your money thanks!
DxO OpticsPro (Windows) / Re: Very slow to load images, frequent freezes
« Last post by Mack on February 09, 2018, 06:36:49 pm »
Same here.  Windows 10-64x and current.

Photolab 1.1.1 Build 2746 refuses to close when I hit the red X in upper right and program freezes up.

I have to resort to task bar at bottom to force it to close.  I also noticed it will remain in Task Manager in multiple instances too if closed via the lower task bar.

Bad bug!
DxO ONE / Re: Shooting Square, Image Preview in Manual ?
« Last post by plecourieux on February 09, 2018, 06:05:42 pm »
Thanks for your feedbacks!
You're right! Preview exposition is not impacted in manual mode. In fact, preview is mailny aimed to adjust framing and scene composition, so for all modes, we'll use for preview the actual aperture, and other parameters are set to have a correctly exposed image (+/- EV bias). You can have an indication on actual exposition of captured image at the bottom center of the screen in advanced display mode.
Regarding your first point, our camera does not provide square format so you will have to use editing solutions to crop your image once shooted.
DxO ONE / Re: Video Timeout
« Last post by plecourieux on February 09, 2018, 03:27:51 pm »
It seems to be linked to the cold temperature. What remains unclear for me is whether your recording has stopped or the camera itself. Were you still able to take pictures or were you unable to switch on the camera?
DxO PhotoLab (Windows) / Re: PhotoLab 1 enhancements proposal
« Last post by roeslewf on February 09, 2018, 06:52:46 am »
DxO ONE / Re: Video Timeout
« Last post by martowl on February 09, 2018, 04:10:56 am »
I cannot readily check the battery, the camera is in the Outdoor Shell, on my shoulder at 12,000 feet in the wind and cold while I am on skis. The card is a SanDisk Extreme 64GB SDXC U3, which should be plenty fast enough and was nearly empty with over 4h of video recording possible. Under better conditions, the card seems to do fine. I will be out again this weekend and try again. 
DxO PhotoLab (Windows) / Re: PhotoLab 1 enhancements proposal
« Last post by Simone on February 08, 2018, 10:53:00 pm »
I've got two more:
  • Side by side comparing of different photos with linked zoom and pan?
    Whould be very helpful to decide which photo to keep and what to trash when culling. Useful to select the photo with perfect focusing or the best composition. It could display the selected photos, 2 or more at a time, dividing the screen area and only in the "Organize" mode.
  • When copying or pasting correction settings from one image to another it could be useful to select in some way which settings to copy. It can be done by creating a preset for the occasion but a shortcut would be better.
DxO PhotoLab (Windows) / Re: PhotoLab 1 enhancements proposal
« Last post by Simone on February 08, 2018, 10:13:43 pm »
It's good to see that there is a lot of development going on. Thank you very musch for your fast and exhaustive reply, Svetlana.

Actually, you can - just type a value in the Aspect Ratio field. And as for changing landscape/portrait and vice versa you can do it manually when dragging the corner handlers diagonally.

Maybe I missed this piece of information from tutorials and manual. Well, the crop function is almost complete but how about my second proposal to have a flag to limit cropping inside the actual foto area? It would be useful after horizon or perspective adjustments.
Now we have an automatic crop when applying for ex. perspective correction but if you would like to crop further you have to pay attention to not include black areas outside the photo in the corners.

By the way, the webinar you pointed is no more available.  :(
The one about "Getting started" is there...
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