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  1. Since I upgraded to 1.7 release version, application always closes when I click on Sync before in Develop Persona. It didn't happen in 1.6, not even in 1.7 beta.
  2. Zabalint

    Skylum Photolemur 3 now non op

    Actually I had never heard of Photolemur, but after I looked at this thread, I googled what it is, and tried the trial. I found it so good that I have bought a licence, and now I'm using it for my photos I don't have time to manually edit. However in my workflow it's before Affinity Photo (or nowhere, if I edit a photo manually), as Photolemur oversaturates, I run a desaturation batch in Affinity, or crop, denoise, sharpen if necessary.
  3. Sorry, I did it wrong, I think I have left that directory earlier in Resources. Now I have copied my compact-panasonic.xml to the right path, and it works fine. Thank you!
  4. It's a directory in Resources directory, and I have it in In the release notes: Added lens correction import directory for overriding/augmenting lens database
  5. In the latest beta, Lens Profiles library was added again, as it is in 1.6, however it doesn't override lens data, it seem to based only on lens-correction-data.dat. I added the following tag to compact-panasonic.xml: <camera> <maker>Panasonic</maker> <model>DMC-TZ70</model> <mount>panasonicTZ71</mount> <cropfactor>5.58</cropfactor> </camera> And it still don't do automatic lens correction on my raw files taken with my Panasonic TZ70. It works well in 1.6.
  6. 1. Restore xml based Lensfun camera profile settings, as it was in 1.6, instead of the binary file. Now it's not so many people's problem, but many users will face this problem when 1.7 is released, and auto lens-correction won't work for their cameras/lenses. Without this, I won't upgrade to 1.7. 2. Possibility to save raw settings into file. 3. Some performance improvement could be fine, however it's not as important as 1 and 2.
  7. Zabalint

    Lens profiles in 1.7 beta

    As I can see, it has been recently added to lensfun days ago, so sooner or later it will be in Affinity too: https://github.com/lensfun/lensfun/commit/32718d53bef0f3efbd1d9df5c736a3b723bac88c#diff-50e22dbf0edf411c0bec00e9df83a7ae
  8. Zabalint

    Lens profiles files

    Ah, as I can see, it has been recently added to lensfun days ago, so sooner or later it will be in Affinity too: https://github.com/lensfun/lensfun/commit/32718d53bef0f3efbd1d9df5c736a3b723bac88c#diff-50e22dbf0edf411c0bec00e9df83a7ae
  9. Zabalint

    Lens profiles files

    I have a Panasonic TZ70, and its lens profile is in Lensfun's database with the name TZ71 (TZ70, TZ71 and ZS50 are actually the same cameras in different regions), but as you hided it in a binary file, now I cannot use this lens profile for automatic lens correction. Is there any possible solution in 1.7 beta to make lens correction work for my camera? If it won't change in the production version, then 1.7 will be totally useless for me. I bought this license mostly for raw processing, and hoped that it will be regularly updated, I don't like that I won't be able to use the next version...
  10. I have a Panasonic TZ70, and in Affinity Photo 1.6.5 automatic lens correction didn't work, but I found out, that in Lensfun xml files there is the same model with a different name, it's TZ71, so I could modify the xml file, and make lens correction work for my camera. However in 1.7 beta there is no such folder, I can't find lens profile directory. How can I modify/add lens profiles, or is there any other way to make automatic lens correction work for my camera? Or are these resources hardcoded in this new version? Will it change in the production version?
  11. In Lightroom Classic CC, there is, but you cannot do it in Lightroom CC.
  12. Editing actually happens locally, but you can't edit an image before you import it.
  13. You can download or synchronize the uploaded raw files and their adjustments any time, and if you stop subscription, you don't lose your local files.. However if you want to edit a raw image with Lightroom CC, you have to import it, and importing includes upload to the cloud, and based on your settings, there will be a synchronized copy on your local storage, or it will be cached locally. I'm talkig about Lightroom CC, not about Lightroom CC Classic, they are different applications.
  14. With Lightroom Classic CC and Lightroom 6 you can, but Classic is more expensive, while Lightroom 6 is legacy, that line won't be developed anymore. However with Lightroom CC you have to upload the raws first to the cloud, then edit them, and then, if you want, you can download or export them. Ok, actually on editing, they can be in a shared workspace, but that's not the same, as storing then in your own directory structure. I'm not against cloud storage, but I prefer to store my images locally first, and then upload them to cloud.
  15. Yes, you can, but the subscription that includes Photoshop (and Lightroom Classic) doesn't include a 1 TB cloud, or the one that includes it costs even more. Another possibility is to buy Photoshop Elements, however that's also much more expensive than Affinity Photo, and it has limited functionalities.