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Fuji RAF loading times

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Hi

Like Affinity in JPEG but loading times in raw are sooooooo slow. Just changed from Canon to Fuji. Canon raw was slow but Fuji raf takes  44 sec to load!!!!!.

Compared to Silky Raw Converter 2 loads the same raw file in 4 secs?

Is this likely to improved in Affinity or should I used Silky for Raw and the Affinity for Jpeg?

Thanks

Michael

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46 minutes ago, mapline said:

Hi

Like Affinity in JPEG but loading times in raw are sooooooo slow. Just changed from Canon to Fuji. Canon raw was slow but Fuji raf takes  44 sec to load!!!!!.

Compared to Silky Raw Converter 2 loads the same raw file in 4 secs?

Is this likely to improved in Affinity or should I used Silky for Raw and the Affinity for Jpeg?

Thanks

Michael

 

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.


Win 10 x64 System with Intuos Pen & Touch 
Sys : Intel® Core™ i7-4700MQ CPU @ 2.40GHz (8 CPUs), 16GB RAM

GPU 1: Intel HD4600, 1GB, OpenGL v4.3, OpenCL v1.2

GPU 2: NVIDIA GT 745M, 4GB, OpenGL v4.5, OpenCL v1.2

 

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Thanks AiDon will do. However this compares the loading times of the file in both programmes, First with Affinity then loaded Silky and loaded file. If anything Silky was at a disadvantage as Affinity was still in memory.

One thought I am using a X-T20 so the file size is 22.8mb (Fuji compressed) is that much larger compared to X100T?


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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+


Win 10 x64 System with Intuos Pen & Touch 
Sys : Intel® Core™ i7-4700MQ CPU @ 2.40GHz (8 CPUs), 16GB RAM

GPU 1: Intel HD4600, 1GB, OpenGL v4.3, OpenCL v1.2

GPU 2: NVIDIA GT 745M, 4GB, OpenGL v4.5, OpenCL v1.2

 

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Yes thats true and my system is a slow i5.

Still would like to see loading times improved as has been done with Jpeg.


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I also have the problem. The opening of an NEF file (about 24MB) also takes about 45 seconds. I have already noticed more often on this problem in this forum. There are comments from others how fast they can open the RAW files. I work with Capture one 10 pro and also with Adobe Lghtroom and there the files are opened in seconds. No beta version of Photo Affinity has solved this problem so far. I do not understand this strategy when it comes to the software requirements. Is it an unsolved problem for Windoes 10? This software would be very interesting for Windows 10 users.

OS: Windows 10 Pro
 
 

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16 hours ago, Hofnaar said:

There are many threads about this in the last months, but still no answer from the AP Team :(

 

We've mentioned many times that we are constantly working on improving RAW loading times.

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4 minutes ago, Mark Ingram said:

 

We've mentioned many times that we are constantly working on improving RAW loading times.

 

Thanks Mark. 

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Hello,


The situation with long opening times of NEF files (Windows 10) does not get any better. No BETA version of Photo Affinity solved the problem.

 

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