Jefftan: How is DXO lens correction compare to Lightroom?DXO always stress that its lens correction base on testing many lens is unique
but isn't Adobe also got lens correction?What's the difference?
If you do not like the default color rendering for the NEX-5N, you may choose a different color rendering in the “Color rendering” subpalette. For example, “Neutral color, neutral tonality v2”, or basically the rendering of any other camera.
Sorry for the French-English mix, I meant of course "There are many differences regarding the corrections themselves (DxO Optics Pro works on the lens softness) the protocol (the depth of focus is taken into account) and the automatic detecting of the modules (very efficient) for instance..."
peevee1: Do they support X-trans already?
The Fuji X-trans cameras are not supported by DxO Optics Pro.
The DxO Labs team
Prognathous: Anyone know if the new version has any OpenCL fixes? 8.2 produces worse output if OpenCL is enabled (though it does so quicker).
OpenCL is supposed to render the same quality. If it is not the case, please contact our support to solve the problem.
Thanks for your comment.
There are many differences regarding the corrections themselves (DxO Optics Pro works on the lens softness), the protocol (the depth of focus is taken into account), au niveau de la reconnaissance automatique (plus efficace for instance...
Canco: In DxO Viewpoint there's no automatic lens correction. If you want that, you need DxO Optics, and there I believe the lenscorrections are better then those in Lightroom. With DxO Viewpoint you can straighten horizons, buildings, etc.My normal workflow is first, in batch, make all the lenscorrections in DxO and then export the DNG's to Lightroom for further processing.DxO Viewpoint does the same as the Lightroom handcorrections but easier.Hope this helps.
Actually DxO Optics Pro supports DNG from supported cameras as it does with normal RAW files.
Nikonworks: I upgraded to DXO v8.2 but my Expert Film Pack was not upgraded from 3 to 4.Does anyone know why?
Dxo's web site had no info on this issue.
We would like to make it clear: FilmPack 4 is a paying upgrade to FilmPack 3, but Optics Pro 8.2 does NOT lose compatibility with FilmPack 3 in any way. If you choose not to start the FilmPack 4 demo, or not to buy FilmPack 4 when your demo is over, you will still be able to use your FilmPack 3 functions just like before.
TWIZEEL: I like that tool and use it a lot for my interior (and other sometime) shooting. For example my best set for Real Estate internet pictures - D5100 and 10.5mm NIKKOR. I flow through DxO, then combine them in Photomatix Essentials. Quick and easy. Always good result. Only I cant understand why Distortion doesn't work with jpg in auto mode, RAW or NEF only. I will be appreciated for any advise.
some samples here http://gladysheff.com/real-estate-interior/
dennismullen: Another update without a fix for the Sony A99 Raw green shadows problem!
We are currently working on the problem of green shadows so it should be solved soon.
Scorpius1: I Bought the latest elite version,I like it a lot but it needs DNG support and also profoto RGB colorspace,Autohide of tools would also be nice,apart from that it's a very good raw converter..
It is not planned in the short term at least.
Yes indeed, you can ask the support for this matter (for this question or any problem you encounter with the software. They are very quick to reply:
DxO Optics Pro's functionality for distortions correction works with the JPEG files produced by the camera, but not with the ones created by another software (which erase the metadata needed to identify the lens used).
Actually DxO Optics Pro support the DNG files of your (supported) camera but not those from a converter.
We are currently working on that problem so it should be fixed for next month.
Uwe Steinmueller: Interesting concept but one number will hardly tell it all (corners, f-stops)
Here is a shocking graph from the DxOMark document:
Would like to know why the excellent Sigma 35mm f/1.4 perform that low on the 7D?
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The graph has just been corrected a few minutes ago.
P-Mpix is based on a weighted average across the field and for each focal lens, we use the performance of the best f/stop.
For further details, please go to www.dxomark.com
The DxOMark team
jon404: Just bought a copy, should be very useful.Noticed one oddity -- If I drag 'n drop an image from a folder in Windows Explorer, it works OK. I select the folder, it opens; then I pick the image, etc.
But when I use the File > Open command in Viewpoint 1.1, it lets me select a folder... but it won't open the folder to let me pick the image. Maybe because Viewpoint's 'Open image' dialog is looking for an image file... JPG, TIF, etc... and doesn't recognize the folder icon I am clicking on... the folder that I have to open first to then choose the image.
Mildly irritating, but not a dealbreaker.
Could you please have a look on the support page: http://support.dxo.com/home?We should be able to give an answer to this problem.