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  1. Note that the NIK filters are no longer supported but if you edit in 8bit mode and view at larger than fit you should see it normally.
  2. It may be that SilkyPix doesn't generate Previews until changes have been made as even in my case with RAW File Converter EX 2 they load almost instantaneously. The X100T doesn't have an option for lossless compressed RAW so the images are 32MB+
  3. You may want to check the performance of your PC as X100T RAW's load on my PC in 15 seconds with the latest Beta.
  4. For the Curves it isn't a color picker, the picker allows you to drag on the image to modify the adjustment. The initial click will place a point on the curve in relation to the pixel selected, to lighten the image drag up and drag down to darken it.
  5. Still need work on Shadow Recovery, Highlight Recovery is fine.
  6. Use Canon's DPP until AP is ready ...
  7. Unusual, today the JPEGs work but the RAWs still don't on both the production and Beta. The RAWs have been uploaded now ... my apologies I should have checked again.
  8. Hi, No problem I have uploaded the JPEGS but if you need the RAW files let me know. (JPEGS are only 50MB total) Don.
  9. You're right insofar as AP is surprisingly good and it is certainly my goto app, just threw me with this set
  10. In hindsight Lightroom cannot do it but PS, Hugin and another can do it. I did run it through a RAW processor and tried to stitch the JPEGS but it made no difference. The lens was a 24-70 f/4 at 24mm so i guess it was doing a spherical merge. It was a difficult merge because of the trees as you can see in the CS6 merge. It's no big deal as Hugin does a better job than all.
  11. Hi, Although a busy and difficult Panorama neither the production or beta version can stitch it but other products will. Note that they are 5DsR images so if you want them you will need to provide a space for upload as they are 80.2MB and 88.8MB. (Note that the production version v. cannot create the panorama either) The other issue we face is that the Panorama isn't created in the default Color profile but the color profile of the source. In the case of RAW files this is irrelevant as it is only used by the camera to generate previews so it should default to the default RGB Color Profile as defined in the preferences.
  12. 18 seconds for me with a 5792x8688 Canon 5DsR file or the same for a Fuji (X-Trans) 4934x3296 Seems to be the same as the last Beta and there isn't a difference between the NVIDIA/Intel GPU's
  13. FYI color preferences in both ...
  14. Second is the same as previously reported in this thread with a display problem ... note that this happens no matter what display profile I use. You can see the difference between this Beta and the production ... note didn't happen in the last Beta: (note again the navigator displays correctly)