Question for Those Who Use DxO Photolab As RAW Post Processor

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Joseph T Lewis III Veteran Member • Posts: 3,591
Question for Those Who Use DxO Photolab As RAW Post Processor

I have a perfectly good M4/3 kit, but continue to be intrigued by Fuji (especially the rumored X-H2 40 mp camera).

For years I've used DxO PhotoLab and its predecessors to post process my Olympus and Panasonic RAW files. I'm certainly not an expert, but I can muddle along well enough to get my pics the way I like them. Basically, I choose the setting / parameter I want to change (pre-set, WB, lighting, shadows, hue, saturation, contrast, sharpening, geometry corrections, etc etc etc.) and play with them one by one, until I finally arrive at the look I want. I then run the images through Deep Prime, and export them as JPG files.

If I finally break down and buy a Fuji, I'd like to continue to use PhotoLab to process my RAW files. Assuming DxO provides support for whatever I buy, would my approach of "select a parameter and adjust it until I am happy" still work?  Would I still be using DxO the way I'm used to and more or less proficient with, or does the X-Trans filter require me to use PhotoLab in a totally different way?

Sorry if this is a dumb question, but I Googled around and was unable to find the answer to what seems a pretty straightforward question.

Thanks in advance to anyone who is kind enough to share their insight with me.

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