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  1. Hi nomi02118 The file is a panorama merged in Lightroom but we are treating it as an out-of-camera RAW file and applying lens profile corrections when we shouldn't. As a work around, in Develop go to the 'Lens' page and turn off chromatic aberration correction and the other lens profile corrections. Hope that helps Justin
  2. Hi Jeroen There are a few isolated pixels in your file that have red channel values of NaN (not a number). The live denoise filter is getting confused by these and producing black squares centred on the corrupt pixels. I'm guessing the image comes from a RAW file via the Develop persona. Do you remember what adjustments you applied in Develop? Thanks Justin
  3. Hi Mike Can you post a sample image, please? Thank you Justin
  4. Hi hanshab Thank you for reporting this. A fix has been implemented for 1.7.2. In the meantime is you disable hardware acceleration it will work as expected. Justin
  5. There will be an option to use the old filter. I will seek to make improvements to the new filter in the future.
  6. Hi Steve Thank you for posting your image. I agree you can get a better result on this image using the old filter, which is disappointing. We will reinstate it as an option in 1.7.2. Cheers Justin
  7. Hi Steve Can you post some sample images to illustrate the problem, please? If you include the original image I will do some tests. Thanks Justin
  8. Hi Nigel This is to be expected. The destructive filter estimates the noise level throughout the image and scales the intensity of the effect accordingly. The live filter cannot do this as the full image is not available to it due to the tiled nature of the rendering pipeline. Justin
  9. Hi Daniel I can reproduce this if I set the Rendering Intent in Colour Preferences to Absolute Colorimetric. Is that what you have set? If so, does it behave as it used to if you change to Relative Colorimetric? Justin
  10. Yes, I can reproduce this. I'm not sure what the problem is yet but it will be fixable.
  11. Hi Hanterdro I believe this has now been fixed. Thanks for your help. Justin
  12. Hi Hanterdro What you are seeing is not expected. The selective colour adjustment has been rewritten but adjustments created in previous versions should be preserved. They should be labelled as "Legacy Selective Colour Adjustment" in the layers panel. Do your adjustments have this label? Note that if you edit a legacy adjustment it will be updated to the new version and a toast will appear saying this has happened. This is all working as expected on my machine. Are there any other adjustments in your document that might be at fault? Regards Justin
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