David Redfearn

Lives in United States Las Vegas, NV, United States
Works as a Retired (Health Care Analytics and Consulting)
Joined on Oct 4, 2003

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  • Unfortunately, 2018.5 made a change to push refresh rate at high as it will go (60FPS) and it pushes the GPU to 100% and the fans start spinning (even when you are only browsing images). There are...

  • Ah, now that makes sense.  I have an application (Perfectly Clear) that lets you save edited images as a TIFF (16 or 8 bit) or jpg.  They don't offer any compression options for the TIFFs.  I was ...
  • Preview lets you save an image (e.g., RAW camera image file) as a TIFF file.  You can save as No Compression, LZW Compression, JPEG Compression, and Packbits Compression.  My expectation was that ...
  • I installed the update and I see no improvement in the heat/fan issue.  I think most of the heat is coming from the GPU - so CPU load is less important.  I got some software to monitor GPU load ...
  • Interesting, but then DxO uses the graphics capability very heavily too, I think, and doesn't behave in this way.  And, since this happens when you are not editing images, then why would graphics ...
  • I run activity monitor and watch it closely.  I can process 1000 images in DxO which drives my cpu load up to 95% and I can barely hear the fans running (iMac27 Retina, i5 CPU).  On1 generates fan ...
  • I am running On1 2018.5 on a relatively powerful iMac 27 Retina (i5/32GB of RAM and a Fusion HD).  The only time I experience heavy cpu use is when cataloging very large folders of RAW images (on ...
  • I have the M5 which is similar.  You really don't have many buttons to use - only the Control Ring, the "C" button, the Center Button, the Left Arrow Button and the Right Arrow button.  These ...
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