LJohnK2: Olympus marketing staff must have gone top work for DXO Labs....GREAT WAY TO KILL NEW CUSTOMERS.
I bought ver6.6 DXO Optics Pro in mid July 2011 or less than 6 months ago and it has been buggy from the get go to say the least....you now want to hit me up for more $ for fixing the bugs....unbelievable.
Fortunately, I have Capture NX2 and SILKYPIX in my software suite, and the later has been more than fair with upgrade policies.
For customers that got at least a year of product use an upgrade cost is expected.... but the few nice tricks DXO has aren't worth putting up with this kind of underhanded marketing scheming.
Well, I've tried everything and the *only* solution for me is removing all but one of the 3 (might this be the difference? I don't know) monitors connected to my machine. Search the 'net. You're going to find several people downgrading from 6.5 to 6.2 to solve those issues.
Janster: Last November there was an announcement for a DXO HDR program which was subsequently postponed... In the meantime Optics and the Film Pack have had a few releases. Any news on HDR besides the Single Shot HDR feature, Axel?
I really don't get why can't you give us a clear statement about this announced-postponed-and_now_forgotten feature, Alex. I've been postponing acquiring a software to deal with my bracketed exposures, hopping to have this gap on my digital darkroom also filled by DxO (which I love, don't get me wrong).
Or the fact that you can't even open the software on a multi-monitor setup? You just receive the infamous "DXO was unable to start, usually htis is becuase DirectX9 is not properly installed..." message. The only way I can use it on my Win7 64bit is by removing all monitors but one from my set up. :-(