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RAW 2019 Masking

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  • Colin Grant

    Mac or Windows?

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  • Rick Sammartino Community moderator

    kalevi, there is no tutorial yet because 2019 hasn't been released yet. You have to remember you're using a Beta version. If you have real work to do you should be using 2018.

    The perfect brush isn't there because it will be replaced with the AI masking brush around December.

    If you're finding problems with 2019 Beta you could report them to On1 with a full description of what happened and what you did to get there. You'll also need to send your On1 logs and system specs.

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  • Christopher Seens

    I tried experimenting with the masking brushes too and found that the quick masking brush also missing. Another is the box tool that was incorporated in the quick mask tool bar. Also the line tool has walked.

    These may be going to be part of the AI tool too but we don't know that Rick. These are not bugs per se. These are just missing functionality that were in previous versions which may or may not be coming back in ON1 2019. 

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  • kalevi kivimaa

    Thanks

    As going back to RAW 2018 seams not possible as it stopped working after installing the 2019. So I have to wait for the final release. I have Win 10

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  • Colin Grant

    That certainly is not the case with Mac, where 2018 and 2019 appear to be co-existing just fine. Have hardly used 2018 since the 2019 beta but when I have it has worked ok. Have you contacted Support?

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  • kalevi kivimaa

    I have Win 10 and yes I have sent the material to support

    Thanks

     

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  • Kevin Pinkerton

    There are some common system registry settings as well as most likely system directory settings that ON1 PR shares with older versions. And that is the reason that I am not installing the beta on my working machine. I have an older notebook which I could use, but it is ungodly slow on that machine and it even has a Matrox video chip. So, until it gets out there as an official release, I will just keep using 2018. I am an alpha tester for 2019, but again, the notebook I was using was so painfully slow, I gave up on it. Oh well!

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  • Christopher Seens

    I have ON1 2017, 2018, and the 2019 Beta all working on my Windows 10 machine.

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  • Rick Sammartino Community moderator

    I have 2018 and 2019beta working side by side. We don't know if kalevi installed over 2018 or not. kalevi, you can still download 2018 and re-install it if you want to.

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