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  1. I'll check Nvidia drivers straight away! Thanks for your reply!
  2. Hello! Often when I try to merge several photos (more than 3) the pc crashes, and this terrible blue screen appears. I don't know what caused this problem, I haven't used APh for a while, maybe it depends on new system settings due to updates? Thank you very much to those who will help me
  3. I just have to switch to the latest version then! I'll download straight away and give it a try! Thank you very much! (by the way, I really appreciate the work you and all the developers are doing...keep it up!)
  4. Hi Dan C ! Thanks for the reply! I uploaded to the dropbox link three raw images and a jpg obtained following a HDR with automatic process. I'm using APh ver. 1.8.5, and as you can verify I use a nikon D750, and the final JPG image is at 96 DPI
  5. Hello, is it normal that I have a small resolution from high quality files?...I try to explain myself with practical examples... If I open 3 RAW files (for example with different exposure of the same subject) first in Develop Persona, after in Photo Persona and copy/paste them in the same document, to blend them and create a manual HDR, the final file has a resolution of 300 dpi, while if I create a file from New HDR Merge with the same RAW files, the final result it has a resolution of 96 dpi The same also if I stack the RAW files to align them or whatever: manually the final file has 300dpi, if I stack them automatically with the stacking procedure, the final image has 96dpi. I have a question: why does APh change the 96 dpi resolution of my final image when the initial images have a resolution of 300 dpi? Will this scaling affect print quality in any way? Thank you
  6. Hello, in the new version, the focus stacking does not work properly, indeed it does not work at all! I load the photos as usual, the software performs its calculations, and then returns what you can see in the screenshot: I don't have the final photo, and even one of the source photos is not working. The problem always exists, initially I tried with 8 photos and the software didn't work, I was thinking about a hardware issue so I tried with only 3 photos, but the result doesn't change! Please resolve as soon as possible! Thank you!
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