Both latest versions from DXO 5 & 6 produce on MacOS Ventura rendering to jpg, tiff…wrong colors if deep prime ist enabled.
Tested on Max M1 and MacBook Pro 16 M1 Pro.
It seems that color rendering on Monterey is ok. On Ventura both 5/6 are unusable.
DXO 6 no denoise
DXO 6 DeepPrime
DXO 6 DeepPrimeHD
DXO 5 no denoise
DXO 5 DeepPrime
Link to gallery:
Did a fresh Monterey install today and tested color rendering from DXO 5/6 with and without denoising.
Seems colors are correct.
…probably the same issue as mentioned here:
I started noticing that some of my RAW images processed via DxO PhotoLab 6 Elite has a purple overlay and/or purple chromatic aberration on darker subjects (like ravens/crows). It also shows up on underexposed images where I increased exposure/shadow. After trying to figure this out, if I use High Quality or PRIME, the image comes out right. If I use DeepPRIME, the image has a green overlay/tint to the image. If I use DeepPRIME XD, the image comes out purple.
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Anyway: Welcome to the forum,
This is a bad bug. Both Deep Prime and Deep Prime XD are unusable on Ventura. Fortunately I am only on a trial version, but hope there will be a fix before the trial period ends!
Same problem here on MacOS Ventura/MBPro M1 - DeepPrime changes color tint towards to yellow/greenish and Deep Prime XD renders it magentish.
High Quality (OK)
Deep Prime XD
The temporary fix is to switch to CPU in Preferences. This was discussed on another thread on the same topic. It’s a lot slower but it does render the colours correctly. I believe DxO are aware of the bug and will correct it in the next update.