Capture One 20 vs SilkyPix 9.0 starting point of RAF file

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SlowStan_X
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Capture One 20 vs SilkyPix 9.0 starting point of RAF file
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Hello everybody

my name is Staszek and I'm brand new member of this forum. Photography is my hobby, not a profession. Few years ago I decided to switch from Lr 4 to CO 10. It wasn't easy to adjust myself but after a couple of months I was able to use CO almost freely. Currently I'm running CO 20 which I have lately updated from ver. 12. In general I'm quite happy with the results given me by CO (each version). As a user of Fuji cameras (and lenses as well) I've been always tempted by SilkyPix offers and promises to deliver and develop "best result" of all raw software. Lately I downloaded SP ver 9.0 and started to dig it up. UI is almost "close to hell" but one and very significant thing in comparing CO 20 vs SP 9.0 is how the RAF file is "seen" by each of these two softwares. I'm impressed on how similar to the original jpeg file is the view seen on SP9.0 screen compare to CO20. Have someone discovered or tried to resolve on this before? What makes these differences? Picture you can see is just a screen from my monitor, same conditions, light and of course same RAF file. There is no doubt that I can get with CO to the same (or very close) point and get same result as with SP9.0. But it takes time. Is there any chance to get in CO 20 same starting result?

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