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  1. hello everyone, my wishlist is short: be able to pass the image in Lab mode as in PS with the possibility to hide layers a and b.
  2. Hi Walt, I have already played with converters of this kind and the result is quite bad. Might as well do it yourself with good tools like lumariver for example. XRite Camera Calibration generates ICC profiles for C1 that are a bit specific.
  3. Hi everyone, First of all, thank you very much for your work with DxO Nik Collection! 👍 I haven't seen anything about it so far. I'd like to be able to pass the image in Lab mode so that I can work on the L layer and mask layers a and b as we can do in PS. I've seen that we can switch to Lab mode in the curve tool (for example) but we can also work automatically on the two layers a and b which is not the goal. This would allow we to create luma curves without touching the colors. If that's already possible, I must have missed something...😔 😷
  4. Hello, Ian, on my windows AF 1.8 version, there is no choice for the input profile - neither ICC nor DCP - only a choice for the output profile. I agree, an input profile choice would be a good thing!
  5. Hi. I had not looked for lack of time yet, but I confirm that since the update of the suite Nik by DxO 2.3, the call of Viveza 2 since Affinity Photo beta 486 works perfectly with a zoom factor of 20% and 100% at home. I specify that I use a color workspace 4 times larger than the sRGB.
  6. Hi, at home, no Affinity software is listed ... (C1 12.1.1, Win 10 updated)
  7. In addition, DFine and Sharpener Pro have the same problem, not only Viveza.
  8. I tested with afphoto and tiff files. Jpeg is 8bits, I did not have time to test other bit depths. I have to do it ... I now remember having tested a few years ago Paintshop Photo X6 which presented different renderings of the same image in 8 and 16 bits!
  9. Hi, Unfortunately! There is no change. In the Nik suite, only Color Efex 4 and Analog Efex 2 work well. I presume you only work in sRGB ...
  10. Hi, Of course, not all plugins work. But, in the suite Nik by DxO with W10, Analog Efex 2 and Color Efex 4 work well with a good color management. HDR Efex responds to a different calling sequence (with PS, it's available in the automation menu!) and does not work effectively but without freezing AF Photo. The other Nik plugins work with the color problem. In addition, DxO Viewpoint and Filmpack plugins cause a shutdown without error message and Portrait Pro freezes AF Photo without shutdown. I have not tested other plugins.
  11. Hi Chris B, Mark's reply is explicitly about color management when going into plugins. This issue is still pending (except Analog Efex 2 and Color Efex 4). But here it's about plugin not working anymore or not. It's not the same thing. This also includes the DxO Viewpoint and FilmPack plugins that cause a crash without error message.
  12. Sorry, but a zoom factor of 33% or more does not solve the problem. On this screencopy, the zoom at 50% remains the same as what I showed above and the zoom to 100% gives what you see there! I do not think it's good ... I also trust that Affinity will find the solution.
  13. It's depending on the destination. For the web yes, otherwise certainly not.
  14. @Asser82, a printscreen copy is always without profile. You have to assign one profil at openning.
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