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Apr 21, 2015 20:37 as a reply to  @ post 17526888 |  #166

Sorry, I misunderstood you (I don't use profile corrections). I thought you meant that the lens wasn't showing correctly in EXIF.


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Apr 21, 2015 20:47 |  #167

yes and no worries :-)
LR just showed a warning that it could not find a lens profile applied and it's best to do so before a merge (which makes sense, I guess) and I was surprised not to find one, but the explanations I found online make sense, it's not just one lens, it's many different lenses at once :-)


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Apr 21, 2015 21:22 |  #168

For those of you having hang problems make sure to close out of CC. Perhaps even restart your computer and then try again. Worked for me.


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Apr 21, 2015 22:45 |  #169

I've upgraded and everything seems to be fine. Editing seems faster, but converting to DNG from import is really lagging. Maybe I'll stop converting to DNG now...


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Apr 22, 2015 00:04 |  #170

JoseCanseco wrote in post #17527295 (external link)
I've upgraded and everything seems to be fine. Editing seems faster, but converting to DNG from import is really lagging. Maybe I'll stop converting to DNG now...

From here (external link):

"Convert to DNG on import is now a separate background task that runs after import. It copies the raw files as fast as possible so you can start work, then converts in the background."


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Apr 22, 2015 02:41 |  #171

FarmerTed1971 wrote in post #17527213 (external link)
For those of you having hang problems make sure to close out of CC. Perhaps even restart your computer and then try again. Worked for me.

That works until the next time, but no way is that a solution IMO.

This seems to be the norm with LR these days. The first version gets released and has bugs that people see straight away, then we have to wait for a few revisions before we get what was promised on day one.


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Apr 22, 2015 04:02 |  #172

Is there a free trial for LR6? Seems like the only way to trial the new LR is to get LR CC, but don't I have to hand over my credit card info? In the past, there was a trial for LR5 and if I like it, I can just buy a CD-Key after 30 days to input it into the program.




  
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Apr 22, 2015 05:20 |  #173

I had high expectations about this new version of lightroom but in the end, are minor improvements over LR5. A bug I have right now is the GPU acceleration is disabled because there's some issue with my radeon card (and many people with radeon cards like me have the same issue too :rolleyes:vmad) also like other poster said, takes longer to pass the splash screen. Not a polish release for sure.


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Apr 22, 2015 05:21 |  #174

Looks like some interesting new features. Merging RAW files to make RAW HDR and pano files, Face detection, the ability to move local adjustment pins and the ability to use a local adjustment brush to delete part of a radial or graduated filter all look cool. Not to mention the improved performance that should come from GPU support.


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Apr 22, 2015 06:03 |  #175

Dan Marchant wrote in post #17527565 (external link)
Looks like some interesting new features. Merging RAW files to make RAW HDR and pano files, Face detection, the ability to move local adjustment pins and the ability to use a local adjustment brush to delete part of a radial or graduated filter all look cool. Not to mention the improved performance that should come from GPU support.

The only issue ive had with the new brush options in the grad filter is it doesn't seem to paint back in the same level of effect.
I used the grad filter to darken the sky, and brushed it out of a building. I went over the edge by mistake and made an obvious light patch in the sky. Trying to paint that back in gave a very dark area and was not what i was after. Maybe it was just user error though.


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Apr 22, 2015 07:14 |  #176

dave_bass5 wrote in post #17527588 (external link)
The only issue ive had with the new brush options in the grad filter is it doesn't seem to paint back in the same level of effect.
I used the grad filter to darken the sky, and brushed it out of a building. I went over the edge by mistake and made an obvious light patch in the sky. Trying to paint that back in gave a very dark area and was not what i was after. Maybe it was just user error though.

This is I think expected. It's what I would expect anyway. When you combine Grad and Brush the grad use the settings with opacity fading, but the brush works like a brush with those settings.


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Apr 22, 2015 07:27 |  #177

dave_bass5 wrote in post #17526972 (external link)
Ive tried the same edits on both and 5.7.1 seems much faster.

Well that just killed my interest.

JoseCanseco wrote in post #17527295 (external link)
Editing seems faster

Hmm maybe I'm interested again.


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Apr 22, 2015 07:42 |  #178

Has anyone had this problem. I did the lightroom upgrade this morning and no matter what I do, I can not get lightroom cc to run. It looks like it wants to start but does absolutely nothing. I signed in and out of creative cloud, rebooted, and even removed and reinstalled the program with no results. -?


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Apr 22, 2015 07:51 as a reply to  @ travisvwright's post |  #179

I've done some typical edits on some test files and so far it seems faster to me. 5.7 used to bog down (for me) using the adjustment brush when zooming in and moving around to paint various areas. I'm not getting that lag now. Normal sliders and controls seem same or faster. Moving around the catalog and generating previews seems much faster.

I think the performance gains may be highly dependent on each individual system. I'm using a pretty quick Win 8.1 i7-4790K box that I built. I have a dedicated 240gb Samsung SSD for the catalog and previous (and PS scratch disk). OS is on a similar dedicated SSD. 16gb ram and a super clocked nVidia GTX 760 2gb video card.

When I have some more time, I'll do the same edits on a file with the GPU acceleration turned on and off in LR CC and see if there is a noticeable difference.


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Apr 22, 2015 08:55 |  #180

A1original wrote in post #17527671 (external link)
Has anyone had this problem. I did the lightroom upgrade this morning and no matter what I do, I can not get lightroom cc to run. It looks like it wants to start but does absolutely nothing. I signed in and out of creative cloud, rebooted, and even removed and reinstalled the program with no results. -?

Try this. Right-click the LR shortcut and run as administrator.




  
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