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Lens Correction set to "Default"

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  • Ray Miles

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  • Ray Miles

    Interesting! I was able upload in a separate post!

    Another question that may or may not have an answer.

    I shoot 16;9 ratio on my camera and when files are imported to On1 the thumbnails show in that ratio. However, as soon as I open an image to edit it, it reverts to the standard camera ratio and I have to crop. Any way this can be avoided? For the moment I crop one image then sync top the rest.

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  • Rick Sammartino Community moderator

    Photo Raw is supposed to be selecting the correct lens on it's own. Are you sure it's not doing that?

    About the second question, I assume that ratio is applied in the camera. I believe that's for the benefit of jpgs, not RAW. Photo Raw doesn't look at any of that anyway, it only loads the RAW itself .

     

    PS, I've reported the problem with adding photos to posts, but it doesn't happen every time so it's hard to pin down.

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  • Ray Miles

    It does offer the correct lens in the pulldown

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  • Rick Sammartino Community moderator

    I don't use lens correction myself, so just looking for details...

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  • Brian Lawson Community moderator

    You should have been prompted to use the Lens profile you selected from the pull-down menu after you made your choice. I always see a dialog asking me if I want to apply that profile for that lens from now on. You should have seen that too. It makes settings in a list you can access through Preferences > Files.

     

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