Free - DXO - Film Pack 3

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miketuthill
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Re: DXO Tutorial
In reply to Radu Tenenbaum, 7 months ago

Radu Tenenbaum wrote:

Toermalijn wrote:

Radu Tenenbaum wrote:

There's no compatibility issue with the latest RAW engine as it isn't a set of presets. Rather, it's a separate editor that you launch from the Photo/Edit In Menu. This creates a TIFF which is modified and saved by the DXO app which then brings you back to LR for additional processing.

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You used the standalone version then?

I used the plugin. It's really a technicality as it runs just as a stand alone, but it does provide a way of launching from within the develop module. It shows up in plugin manager and you can also launch it from the plugin extras menu.

Here's the DXO tutorial: http://www.dxo.com/intl/photography/tutorials/dxo-filmpack-plugin

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In Lightroom 5 I added it as an External Editor (no automatic install as Lightroom was greyed out)  and can pass a TIFF over to it however it doesn't come back to Lightroom with the edits.  Of note, the buttons that are generally on the bottom right that are labelled "Cancel" and "Save" don't appear when it's opened from Lightroom but do appear when opened from Photoshop CC.

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