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Bright spots from Lens Correction?

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  • Brian Lawson Community moderator

    Yes, I see that too. Because they do not export I figure it's just random UI noise and I don't worry about it too much. Usually, when I zoom in to 100% they go away.

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  • Francis Waterhouse

    OK thanks, hopefully On1 can get this fixed in an update. :)

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  • Brian Lawson Community moderator

    If you'd like to see it get fixed you'll need to report it to tech support. Read this article on how to submit a bug report and what to include with your report then you can use the Submit a request link below or the Provide Feedback… command under the program's Help menu.

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  • Francis Waterhouse

    Perfect, yep I'll get this submitted shortly

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  • Michał Gawędzki

    Hello,

    Found the same issue today... Looks like issue still visible... and some of them are visible after export. Version 2023.5

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  • Brian Lawson Community moderator

    I see the same thing in the Editor but they do not show up in exported images. And, it doesn't happen every time nor in the same place when it does happen so I've written it off as one of those random things that can happen with lots of rounding that take place.

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  • Michał Gawędzki

    For me those spots are visible after export, but in much less number. The structure of those spots also change when zoom in or our photo in editor. This would be generally something I can live with if those artifacts would not appear on exports. 

    I check with different camera and lenses. Such problems are visible on both cameras and 3 lenses I checked but with different consistency. It depends on lens to my observation, which makes sense as this is created by lens correction. Looks like the profiles are doing something wrong. As I remember, On1 uses Lensfun opensource library for lens correction, something can cause this issue in this library.

    I have submitted bug to ON1...

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