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  1. Hi tomgeri, have you tried the latest beta release (1.9.2.997)? I tried opening your file with this beta & it identified your lens as the Canon EF-M 22mm f/2 STM. Is that correct? I tried it with a number of my CR3 files from the M50 & all the lenses were identified correctly.
  2. Hi Gabe, it appears that this has been resolved in the 1.9.2.997 Beta that has just been released. Thanks to the developers for this. I had a reply from Mark Ingram in my other post "Not Detecting Lens Profiles". This was my reply to him - "Thanks Mark, that has resolved the issue with incorrect lens metadata from CR3 files. The issue with using Divide mode with the live lighting filter not working as shown in James Ritson's tutorial on this mode is still present however." I am still wondering if Mac users have got James's tutorial to work in this. Thanks again for your reply.
  3. Thanks Mark, that has resolved the issue with incorrect lens metadata from CR3 files. The issue with using Divide mode with the live lighting filter not working as shown in James Ritson's tutorial on this mode is still present however.
  4. Thanks MEB. I look forward to the next Beta.
  5. Hi, you need to click the Apply button on the top left then you should get all the photo persona tools & the export options.
  6. Looks like this could be a problem with all CR3 files. Let's hope it gets fixed in the next update!
  7. Hi, I have started a new topic with the title CR3 Metadata Bug in 1.9.1 in the hopes that this will bring it to the attention of the developers. I assume this is the problem you reported in german earlier today. Let's hope it's resolved in the next update.
  8. There is a bug in AP1.9.1 which prevents the identification of lens data from the metadata in CR3 & JPEG files from Canon M50 camera. The problem soes not happen with CR2 files from a 70D & did not happen in AP1.9.0. I have attached screenshots. I believe at least one other person has reported the same problem in my original post (Incorrect Lens Profile Detection in 1.9.1). Has this been logged with the developers please?
  9. I have been experimenting a bit more with this using RW2 files from my Lumix TZ200, CR2 files from my old 70D & DNG files from aan old 450D. These all worked OK after selecting the Detected tab but Affinity appears to be using the last used profile until you do this. Opening CR2 file after RW2 - Lens in metadata & Lens Profile don't match Clicking on lens dropdown shows correct file Then the two fields match. However, this does not work for CR3 files from the M50 as the lens field in the exif data shows n/a even after selecting the correct lens in the correction field.
  10. I reported this in the beta forum but it is still the case in the update to the production version. Affinity Photo 1.9.1 is not detecting lens profile correctly with or without hardware acceleration. The version 1.9.0 worked fine & shows correct lens. Also in 1.9.1 the metadata shows the lens as n/a whereas it was correct in version 1.9.0. I have attached screenshots showing the problem. These are CR3 files from a Canon M50.
  11. This issue has been addressed in the latest beta versions. You could try downloading the latest at and trying that.
  12. Just to add a further comment - in the beta version the metadata shows the lens as n/a whereas it is correct in the production version.
  13. I don't see this effect Richard, however beta version 971 is not detecting lens profile correctly with or without hardware acceleration. The current production version works fine & shows correct lens.
  14. Still not sorted in latest beta release. Are the developers aware of this issue?
  15. Same effect here on Windows 10 machine. Also tried in latest beta build 952 but just the same. There is obviously a problem in the Windows version. I believe James R is using a Mac. It would be interesting to know if other Mac users can get this to work.
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