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Forums Lobby MASTER YOUR TOOLS Post-Processing & Workflow (Public) topic #66637
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AZBlue   US  Registered since 09th Jun 2012 Wed 26-Dec-12 09:38 PM
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>I think you've got the situation pretty well understood. Due
>to proprietary raw decoding schemes, if you wish to pass
>images to different editors, it requires rendering a 'baked'
>RGB image with all the compromises that entails.
>
>Two possible paths are to organize your NEF's more effectively
>into folders and keep DXO, or try and solve the Lightroom
>default rendering to get the majority of images closer to what
>you desire. Are you using Camera-based profiles and
>ISO-specific defaults?
>

This is not true if you use the DNG format. Save to DNG in DXO, it will save your original raw file with all of your settings, plus it's 20% smaller than your original raw file using completely lossless compression. DNG is an open "digital negative" format that gives you raw goodness along with portability among various applications.

  

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Reply message RE: Question re: DXO OpticsPro7 and LR4 Workflow pdekman Gold Member Winner in The Nikonians 10th Anniversary Photo Contest Awarded as a regular contributor who offers in-depth knowledge to members who are interested in building efficient work flows.
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