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rosewood_ltd Silver Member Nikonian since 10th Sep 2008Fri 12-Oct-12 01:59 AM
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"Interesting problem with HDR Efex 2 generated TIFF images in Aperture"
Fri 12-Oct-12 02:04 AM by rosewood_ltd

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I've been just getting started with my new D800 and have been doing some HDR work. I'm finding that Aperture is randomly and intermittently losing the ability to display my final TIFF images after post processing with the HDR Efex Pro 2 plugin. Once the image goes to pot, I have to close Aperture and reopen it to be able to see the image again. I'm having no issues viewing the imported, unprocessed RAW images. Anyone have any similar experiences or thoughts?

I'm using Aperture 3.4.1, 6 Core Mac Pro with 2GB Radeon and 12 GB RAM

Thanks!

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rosewood_ltd Silver Member Nikonian since 10th Sep 2008Fri 12-Oct-12 03:22 AM
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Update, now seeing the same issue with NEF files as well

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pentwater Silver Member Nikonian since 15th Dec 2003Fri 12-Oct-12 12:54 PM
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Jupiter, US
          

I have not seen your problem. However, I did have a problem with the Nik CFX4 plugin within Aperture processing D800 images. Nik support's online chat helped me understand the problem though not solve it. You might try checking in with them.

Good luck!

Bill

  

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JonK Moderator Awarded for his high level skills and in-depth knowledge in various areas, such as Wildlife, Landscape and Stage Photography Nikonian since 03rd Jul 2004Fri 12-Oct-12 11:49 PM
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#3. "RE: Interesting problem with HDR Efex 2 generated TIFF images in Aperture"
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It's not limited to Aperture. I'm running OSX 10.8.2 on a two-year-old MacBppk Pro and the screen saver displays an ever-changing montage of images from my iPhoto library. One out of 20 or so images displays as lines. My iPhoto images are low res JPGs from Lightroom. I use iPhoto as a conduit to my iPhone, iPad, and web site), so I know that there is no issue with the JPGs themselves as they display just fine everywhere else.

I'm guessing (but have not researched) it's a video issue that APple will fix in an upgrade .

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Richcower Registered since 22nd Jan 2013Tue 19-Feb-13 03:23 PM
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Tue 19-Feb-13 03:24 PM by Richcower

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I've had various problems with NIK's HDR tool in CS5 & CS6. They seem to have went away when I went into Preferences/Performance in Adobe and turned off the GPU.

  

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pickerbw Registered since 03rd Apr 2013Wed 03-Apr-13 04:58 AM
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Carrollton, US
          

I'm glad you had this issue, too. I found my daughter kneeling on my MBA tonight, and i encountered this same issue for the first time afterwards. I was afraid she ruined my computer...

I downloaded the Nik plugins the other day, but I seemed to be able to replicate/resolve the issue by switching back and forth between full screen and windowed mode in aperture. I wasn't scientific and deliberate enough to figure out the root cause or solution, but my guess was it is an aperture and/or video driver issue.

  

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