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HDR from a Picture - does not work

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Hello, with me the "HDR from a picture" does not work, despite multiple exactly as in the instructional video (tutorial) made procedure. Development Assistant is set to 32bit HDR, but the RAW image (RW2 of FZ1000) does not allow it to be active in Studio HDR. But it is displayed as a field. Profile was also set to ROMM-RGB.
What can be the mistake here?  My System is WIN 10.
Thanks for your help.
Dieter

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Germany, Affinity Photo WIN 1.7 , LR6, WIN10

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After changing the Develop Assistant to 32 Bit HDR, opening your RAW file and Developing you are left in the Photo Persona. In the video the 32 Bit preview panel is shown, however if you don't have an EDR monitor this isn't needed. Now switch to the Tone Mapping Persona, is this where you can't see your image? I've done a quick test with a RAW file from a Lumix FZ 1000 and didn't have any issues. Can you provide a screenshot of what you see instead?

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Hi Lee, thanks for the feedback. Since I am not yet, attached 2 screenshot to see.
I do not know what I'm doing wrong.
Yours Dieter
Test_HDR.thumb.jpg.0212b846654717d87f15ebec14c4e8a8.jpgTest_HDR_2.thumb.jpg.84c180a90aead0dc2ceaff18dc0c1911.jpg


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Hi, is there an explanation why this does not work? Ask for info to what should I do?
Dieter


Germany, Affinity Photo WIN 1.7 , LR6, WIN10

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Following as I have the same issue of the HDR option not being available.  I am double checking about my screen's HDR capability but for Win 8.1 users there doesn't seem to be an answer to this.  I did see the possible solution for win 10.  Can Affinity please clarify why this option would not show and how to turn this option on if you have an HDR screen for different operating systems?

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Hello, is there already an insight why this is so. Would be nice to find an answer or the state of things.
Thank you
Dieter


Germany, Affinity Photo WIN 1.7 , LR6, WIN10

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Hi @affwin,

As explained in the video and as @Lee D also mentioned ..

The 32 Bit preview panel is only useful if you have a High Dynamic Range (HDR) or Extended Dynamic Range ( EDR) compatible display !!
If that isn't the case,  "Enable HDR" is disabled (grayed out).

So once you're back in Photo Persona click the Tonemapping Persona option
(3:36 in the video timeline) to map back all the outbound values back into standard dynamic range.

Hubert
 


Affinity Photo  1.8.0.585   -  Beta 1.8.0.555

Windows 10 Home  1909 (build 18363.657) - 64 bit processor - AMD A4-5000 APU with Radeon HD Graphics  1.50GHz - RAM 8,00 GB
Calibrated Monitor (Datacolor Spyder5 Pro)

 

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Hi Hubert, thanks for the information. My english ist not so good - only goo... translator.

Greetings Dieter


Germany, Affinity Photo WIN 1.7 , LR6, WIN10

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