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On1 NoNoise Plugin Strips Lense Info When Creating DNG

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  • Brian Lawson Community moderator

    When you send the file to the NoNoise AI plug-in from Lightroom the lens correction has already been done by Lightroom. I don't know if Lightroom or the plug-in passes the lens information to the NoNoise AI or not. You'll have to ask tech support about that. In any case, since the lens correction has already been performed there isn't any need to do it again so you shouldn't need it in the DNG that NoNoise creates.

    I don't currently have the stand-alone NoNoise AI installed on my system so you'll have to check this yourself. What happens if you start in the NoNoise AI program to open a RAW file then save as a DNG from there? Is the lens info saved to the DNG in that case?

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  • Michael Cubberley

    I will test that. I think No Noise is stripping out the lens info when sending it back to LR because I can’t even reapply my lense info to an on1 dng because the sone fe lenses aren’t even available in LRClassic.

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  • Brian Lawson Community moderator

    NoNoise may not have received it from Lightroom via the plug-in. I don't have Lr to do any testing with so you'll have to ask tech support for a more definitive answer, sorry.

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  • Michael Cubberley

    I think I will have to open a ticket. Seems like when On1 NoNoise Saves the DNG it changes the EXIF enough that LR is "Unable to locate a matching profile automatically" and the Sony FE lenses don't appear in the new list of options for the DNG. 

    I opened On1 and opened the ARW applied edits and then clicked done and saved a DNG. I tried opening a LR-generated DNG, applied edits, and then click done and saved a DNG. Imported both and can no longer apply the correct lens profile for correction. 

    I think I will try to export the EXIF information and see if there is a field missing in the one from NoNoise vs the Exif from the source RAW file.

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  • Michael Cubberley

    Just for giggles here are the exif for all 3 files being compared (Original ARW, LR Created DNG, and unable to lense correct On1 created DNG). Perhaps someone out there is going to notice something right away. 

    https://1drv.ms/u/s!AkSWWdI-cpUWk-A5N_VQi4rNzSUCWw?e=m6PDCm 

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  • Michael Cubberley

    support ticket submitted and responded to. It's been added to the bug list for a future release.

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  • Brian Lawson Community moderator

    Thanks for letting us know Michael.

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