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krbo

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  1. precisely I will even suggest to concentrate on epub 2.0 leaving version 3 for some future goal as almost all e-readers are 2.0 (millions of Kindle/Kobo devices) Hiring authors of free epub software like Sigil editor or Calibre library/converter/editor will certainly speed up process of exporting HTML/CSS from simple text (epub 2 can't be complicated)
  2. exactly the same behavior as with HD 630
  3. hi, my second PC with old Radeon HD5760 - Win7 780 starts and dissapears after a "loading fonts" on a logo - crash not reported Win event says it's a .Net runtime error: Application: Photo.exe Framework Version: v4.0.30319 Description: The process was terminated due to an unhandled exception. Exception Info: System.Management.ManagementException at System.Management.ManagementException.ThrowWithExtendedInfo(System.Management.ManagementStatus) at System.Management.ManagementObject.Initialize(Boolean) at System.Management.ManagementBaseObject.get_ClassName() at System.Management.ManagementClass.GetInstances(System.Management.EnumerationOptions) at Serif.Affinity.Application.LoadSystemInfoFromWmi() at Serif.Affinity.Application+<>c__DisplayClass64_0.<OnServicesInitialised>b__1() at System.Threading.ExecutionContext.RunInternal(System.Threading.ExecutionContext, System.Threading.ContextCallback, System.Object, Boolean) at System.Threading.ExecutionContext.Run(System.Threading.ExecutionContext, System.Threading.ContextCallback, System.Object, Boolean) at System.Threading.ExecutionContext.Run(System.Threading.ExecutionContext, System.Threading.ContextCallback, System.Object) at System.Threading.ThreadHelper.ThreadStart() Dump file included 767 works OK a3c7724f-5215-4c39-ab7a-89da93462f4e.dmp
  4. no, it won't work with HD 630 yet , read my thread: but I'm waiting for a good news 😀
  5. latest beta 780 latest Intel drivers (27.20.100.8783 few days ago) nothing changed in HD 630 and OpenCL - still hardware deceleration in use
  6. OK, new beta - 1.9.0.767, let's see are there any difference: - still opens RAW slower with OpenCL (4 to 6sec compared to little more then 1sec) and first RAW after beta start opens like without tone curve, then sits for two seconds more and shows correct picture - this does not repeat until AP is closed and reopened - added two screen grabs of flower to show this - fast zooming with mouse wheel is fixed - rendering is faster then witout OpenCL - my test aphoto (3 adjustments and 2 filters) exports to jpg slower then without OpenCL (46sec to 37sec) - tried to make a focus stack (example attached) - horrible, looong loading and "thinking" times during stack phases, crazy color stripe flasher during final render - bottom fifth of a picture missing (that black bar), strange color bleeding (red is non existent in object)
  7. exactly the same if I use older drivers for HD 630, latest one from Intel solves that (but only that)
  8. yes, at least it's interesting. There are some things I can try, will report if any success And I see some beta HD 630 driver. It would be nice to see some other HD630 report. meanwhile I've just tested pathetic old Radeon 5670 at work, it's GPU is just 3.5x faster then CPU but real picture export with several filters were really 3x faster with HW acc
  9. Just to inform you that my setup of Win10 2004 build 19041.508 on internal Intel HD 630 (I5-7500 CPU) and OpenCL is a complete disaster. Unusable at all - GPU enabled slows a lot even RAW opening (from 1s to even 10s), simple mouse wheel zooming jumps, jerks, hickups, block and even hangs AP Video drivers are latest from Intel (have a Intel utility to watch updates) No panic here as this is a first test of HW acceleration of Win AP version, keep the good work!
  10. more info: it's almost invisible in Photo persona RGBA/32 (HDR) after developing RAW it's much more visible in opened jpg @ RGBA/8 - this example is at 21% zoom after open (value by AP to max fill workspace) to me it looks like 0,1 value applied
  11. there is something connected with zoom level but only with destructive filter - as zoom level is changed forth and back (with 0 value) sometimes pixels are visible sometimes not live non-desctructive - always a uniform grey, no pixels with 0 value
  12. hi, noticed this after latest beta but it's also present in a release version: if we use non-destructive High Pass filter with value of 0 there is a nice, even, clean, grey screen without any pixel visible but if we use destructive High Pass with 0 level there are pixels visible like it don't start from a real zero. not a big deal, maybe even feature - I don't know.
  13. I think this is a case of misunderstanding how raw file should look. Camera does not show raw file but developed jpg also as Faststone does not show raw file but embeded jpg from it. Only question is what's with tone curve and exposure bias setting in develop assistant.
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