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Paweł N

Jpg file output format always in 32bit

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Hi,

I do not know if is it some bug or I my lack of knowledge but since I've once changed in develop assisitant option for "RAW output format to RGB 32bit HDR" all my files are always opened in 32bit even thought that I reset this option back again to output in 16 bits.

I cannot find in any other place option to change this and due to the fact that my computer is not so fast developing in 32 bits almost ruins my machine's resources.

I hope that this can be fixed somehow.

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Mac or Windows?

Also, when you say "all files" do you mean all RAW format files or files in any format?


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7 hours ago, Paweł N said:

all jpg files which are generated from RAW files after clicking 'develop' in develop persona.

After click to "Develop" RAW file is only developed, no saved as *.afphoto, or exported as *.jpg.

Before Save/Export is possible set/change Colour Format (menu Document). 


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It is not possible for a jpg file to be 32 bit. It is limited to 8 bits per channel.

But you can reset app to defaults by holding control key when starting the app. Maybe it helps.

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