Import of DNG files from Lightroom results in crazy overexposure
during my trail phase I tried to import a small extract from my lightroom catalog which contains JPG's and DNG files made by a OnePlus cell phone. Most of the files were developed in lightroom. After the import has finished On1 starts to interpret the tweaks made in lightroom. (As long as this activity is not applied the pictures look fairly ok, at least in browser mode. After a while I looked at the progress, and found all DNG files totally overexposed. I tweaked the first DNG using AI-Auto and the picture turned back to normal. I synchronized all DNG files with the first and ola pictures look okay. However the settings from lightroom are more or less gone I would say.
Any Idea of what I made worng, or is it in bug in the beta 2020?
I haven't done a Lightroom migration, so I can't say how accurate it is. There is a guide that you should read, if you haven't already, that might answer some questions...
If you still feel that it isn't working right and you haven't recieved any suggestions here, you can contact support about it.
Seems I could find the rootcause for the DNG issue. At that point in time the DNG's were produced by my cell phone which is not really supported in my lightroom version. So I made some manual adjustments with lightroom and stored them in a preset for this "camera". It seems that this custom made preset was misinterpreted. Meanwhile I tried with other DNG files not beeing handled with that preset and the result is okay.1
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