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Robert Gootz

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  1. I recently upgraded to a M1 Mac. While all my plugins were working before they are now recognized but they are not launching. I tried the "rosetta hack" and "full disk support" but I failed. Anybody with success here? Kind regards, Robert
  2. I recently upgraded to a M1 Mac. While all my plugin were working before they are now recognized but they are not launching. I tried the "rosetta hack" and "full disk support" but I failed. Anybody with success here? Kind regards, Robert
  3. That's exactly also my problem. Everything work fine on my Windows machine. But it does NOT work on my Mac M1. It was running on my old Mac. So it is clearly a M1 problem. I need help to get this running... Kind regards, Robert
  4. Well... thank you all for your replies. I have tested several app in the meantime. Right now, I am giving ACDsee Studio and Exile Foto a try - either an my Mac and also my Windows machine. I am struggling on my Mac which is due to I am on M1 - and plugins are simply not working anymore in Affinity Photo (which is poor, but another topic). What I see is that the search in Excire is incredible fast and a great DAM / photo organizer - but Excire doesn't recognize my Hasselblad raws neither on my Mac, nor an my Windows machine. ACDsee studio recognizes my Hasselblad raws on my Mac and can display a preview, recognizes these raws on Windows but cannot display a preview there. ACDsee can "look through" subfolders and bring a all previews (as Lightroom does is) but Excire can do this easily and damn' fast. So - if you have no "exotic" raws (like me with Hasselblad) then you should give Excire Foto a try... as they have also a nice license policy which allows cross-installations on three devices. Kind regards, Robert
  5. Well... thank you all for your replies. I have tested several app in the meantime. Right now, I am giving ACDsee Studio and Exile Foto a try - either an my Mac and also my Windows machine. I am struggling on my Mac which is due to I am on M1 - and plugins are simply not working anymore in Affinity Photo (which is poor, but another topic). What I see is that the search in Excire is incredible fast and a great DAM / photo organizer - but Excire doesn't recognize my Hasselblad raws neither on my Mac, nor an my Windows machine. ACDsee studio recognizes my Hasselblad raws on my Mac and can display a preview, recognizes these raws on Windows but cannot display a preview there. ACDsee can "look through" subfolders and bring a all previews (as Lightroom does is) but Excire can do this easily and damn' fast. So - if you have no "exotic" raws (like me with Hasselblad) then you should give Excire Foto a try... as they have also a nice license policy which allows cross-installations on three devices. Kind regards, Robert
  6. As stated in the topic... I still do seek a Lightroom replacement as I am sick of the Adobe Creative Cloud. Unfortunately I haven't found a real alternative to Lightroom so far. My search as included ACDsee, ON1, DXO. My hope is that Serif will start the development soon... think the community is asking for a Lightroom competitor for three years now. Will there be an alternative? Or do you have other suggestions? Kind regards, Robert.
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