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Adalbert



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PostPosted: Sun Dec 24, 2017 10:48 am    Post subject: Zerene LR-plugin Reply with quote

Hello everyone,
Till now I have converted the RAW-files into the TIFF by the Canon Digital Photo Professional 4.
But now I would like to use the Zerene LR-plugin and convert the RAW by the CameraRAW integrated in LR.
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In DPP4 I usually set all sharpening-settings to the 0 and noise reduction luminace to 10.
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What should be changed in LR in order to get the best results in Zerene??
Which changes of the RAW-files are recommended?


Detail -> Reset Sharpening -> Amount = ?
Detail -> Reset Sharpening -> Radius = ?
Detail -> Reset Sharpening -> Detail = ?
Detail -> Reset Sharpening -> Masking = ?
?
Detail -> Reset Noise Reduction -> Luminance = ?
Detail -> Reset Noise Reduction -> Detail = ?
Detail -> Reset Noise Reduction -> Contrast = ?
Detail -> Reset Noise Reduction -> Color = ?
Detail -> Reset Noise Reduction -> Detail = ?
Detail -> Reset Noise Reduction -> Smoothness = ?
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Does it make any sense to use : "Remove Chromatic Aberration" ?

BTW, the settings of the export to the Zerene: TIFF 16 bit, not compressed, sRGB

BR, ADi
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