ON1 Live – October 3rd Event Recording

Thanks to everyone who joined us! These events get better each time and we get such great questions and feedback from the ON1 community. If you didn’t catch the live viewing, you’re in luck! The recording is ready.

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13 comments on “ON1 Live – October 3rd Event Recording”

  1. On October 3, 2017 at 3:01 pm Timothy Johnson wrote:

    There was a comment made that the pre-release of 2018 was available under products for plus pro members. I could not find it.

    1. On October 3, 2017 at 3:51 pm Ryan Mitchell replied:

      Hey Timothy,

      The pre-release of 2018 will be available for download this Friday. Once it’s out in the wild you’ll be able to download it from our site. We appreciate your patience!

  2. On October 3, 2017 at 9:03 pm marc labro wrote:

    hallo,
    new release seems amazing !
    I have two questions about importing images :
    – has been SD/CF card import implemented in new version ?
    – how do you see, for studio photography, tether mode with ON1 ? have you a external application to advise (controlmynikon,…) ?

    i am still using Lightroom for these two actions

    best regards
    marc

  3. On October 3, 2017 at 10:47 pm Don Maclean wrote:

    Nice to see the progress … coming along nicely now and it looks like we will be able to use it rather than switching between products as we have been doing.

  4. On October 4, 2017 at 12:34 am David Price wrote:

    Hi
    It all looks pretty good. A couple of comments on the Live Video broadcast.
    (1) During the sections where the video screens were seen, the view was blurred, so it was difficult to make out the controls that Dan was highlighting.
    The other parts of the video were clear. The pre-recorded videos were very clear. Perhaps ON1 could consider this and make some changes before the next broadcast/s?
    (2) Dan said that tethering would be coming, but not yet. He did suggest a work around that might interest Marc Labro, essentially Dan uses his own camera brand’s tether software, then views and imports the photos on his laptop, via Browse.
    Looking forward to Friday.

  5. On October 4, 2017 at 4:39 am James Whyte wrote:

    Watched the live video and excited at the new features in PhotoRaw 2018, also interesting to hear how the new features are customer led. Since using the software from around 2010, it has been great to see the improvements year on year.
    Thanks to Dan and those behind the scenes who obviously work tirelessly to ensure that PhotoRaw is keeping pace with what the end users desire.

  6. On October 4, 2017 at 6:51 am Petr Krenzelok wrote:

    Versions should not serve as a point to return to – for that, proper development history should be available and I hope it will come in the future too :-) Also not sure I like the stacking by copying/moving photos into a subfolder, although with the ability to view the subfolder content it migh jut work (thinking of the ability to export along with the upper folder photos) ….

  7. On October 4, 2017 at 9:44 am Rick Weber wrote:

    I have one quick question concerning ON1 mobile. Are you still excluding a large portion of your base by not porting to Android? Many of the very best phone cameras are on Android, Samsung in particular.

  8. On October 5, 2017 at 6:30 am Petr Krenzelok wrote:

    btw – will the Quick Mask be back at some point? My gf refused to switch to PR initially, as it missed a clone stamp. Now most of the tools are back (chisel, blur), PR 2018 is greatly improved, but Quick Mask was really handy and we would like to see it coming back in the future …

  9. On October 5, 2017 at 10:21 am elliotpaulstern@gmail.com wrote:

    Thanks for the explanation of the new features. There is sure a lot there. I was looking at the HDR being done by Hudson but was a bit confused. He combined the 3 images all with different exposures but when they were finished combining when I compare how other programs doing HDR work it looked like the image was very dark as if the overall combination did not do a great job on the blacks/shadows or the bright areas. It seemed like a lot of extra work needed to be done compared to other HDR software.

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