I have the setting turned off. "Disable base correction on RAW files"
And yet, some of the time, when I switch from one edited or unedited photo to another, I get some kind of pre-corrected preview before either the RAW image loads or the image with my corrections is loaded. This makes comparing my images very confusing sometimes and really messes with your overall "impression" of your images and the look that you are going for. The pre-corrected preview tends to be oversaturated and over contrasty. It's very annoying.
If i am switching between two images for instance, the first time i click on them, I get this horrible pre-corrected preview. But after that, On1 RAW seems to be putting a preview of my corrected image into the cache (or is it the scratch), and then switching between the two images is ok. But if I skip ahead to work on some other images for 10 min and come back to these same two that were in the cache only 10 minutes ago, the same issue arises, and the first time I look at them, that horrible pre-corrected preview is the first one that I see. It's like the cache has a limit of only 4-5 photos. If my cache is set to a mx of 10Gb, then why the hell does it only seem to be capable of storing about 1Gb of images? Also, this number seems pretty low for professional use. Why is there a limit when we have TB sized SSDs available?
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