ON1 Short Clip – New Film Strip View

The new film strip view in Photo RAW allows you to easily edit multiple photos at once. You can also fine tune each photo individually without having to jump back and forth between Effects, Develop, and Browse.

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17 comments on “ON1 Short Clip – New Film Strip View”

  1. On October 17, 2016 at 12:43 pm Eilif wrote:

    This is getting better and better. Really looking forward to getting my hands on the new version ;-)

  2. On October 17, 2016 at 1:25 pm davidfarquhar@gmail.com wrote:

    Every video shows this program looking more and more like a potential replacement to Lightroom – well done guys. Recently pre-ordered Photo Raw and have been playing with Effects and Portrait and the editing power in these is great – will be excellent to have it inside Photo Raw

  3. On October 17, 2016 at 1:40 pm David Price wrote:

    Hi Matt

    That could be a very useful feature, sort of the equivalent of synchronise in Lightroom. Based on your video, I most definitely will be using it.

    – Can you also use that feature to bulk process/export photos. I.e. synchronise the treatment and then export new files as JPEGs and/or TIFFs?

    – Also, I know that virtual copies will be coming later, in the next upgrades. But, I really like to try developing some of my photos in more than one way. So, I have been wondering if there is some way to make sure that I can do this, before the virtual copy upgrade arrives:
    – As the photos are not being imported into a data base, (in the way that Light room does), if I took a raw file that I had already developed, copied it, and renamed the new copy, would On1 Photo Raw see the new copy as a new photo;
    – And if so, will the new copy be detached from the side car file, allowing it to be developed in a completely different way;
    – Or will the new copy have a new copy the old sidecar file, and if I were to delete that second side car file, would I then have an unedited raw file which could be edited again?

    Best wishes, David Price.

  4. On October 18, 2016 at 1:30 pm khurt@islandinthenet.com wrote:

    Can we expect the Photo RAW training material to be available immediately after the software is released? In what form (online at your own pace video, live, etc.)?

  5. On October 18, 2016 at 7:18 pm Jim Larson wrote:

    Looking better by the day. When I purchased a few months ago the offer said that we’d be getting a beta version to use prior to actual launch. When will a link to the beta be available?

    Keep up the great work!

  6. On October 18, 2016 at 11:32 pm Eilif wrote:

    I see from the context menu that it is possible to reset different changes/settings made to a photo. What about syncing? Would be nice to be able to sync e.g. Effects Filters only…

  7. On October 19, 2016 at 2:02 am Petr Krenzelok wrote:

    Where the history of edits can be found? I hope we can have something like LR – list of operations somewhere? Can’t see it anywhere in the UI. Reset of all edits to start over is imo not enough ….

    Also – noone, mysteriously, touches Layers. Layers are bit of a stranger to me – maybe needed for LR/PS edits to keep the .psd compatibility? Are there still Smart Layers? Are edits starting from Layers non-destructive too?

  8. On October 23, 2016 at 6:11 am Bohdan wrote:

    Watching all the short videos on using RAW is nice, but I really need to get my hands on it and see for myself how this will react in my workflow. Hearing and seeing is one thing, but doing and seeing would be much better. : )

  9. On October 29, 2016 at 6:48 am Steven Gladstone wrote:

    Matt, I’m writing to everyone as I am in kind of in disappointed mode. I just learned from Nicole’s posting in the On1 Help Group that the first release of Photo RAW does not include Lens Distortion / Geometry correction. Is this true?

    If so, this is a major (at least for me) product hole and invalidates its ability to operate as a RAW developer. It is a glorified Photo 10.5 (which is not a bad thing), but I cannot take my photos from RAW to a finished product.

    In my history, I have started and run software companies and one of the first things you start with in spec’ing a new product is a what is “required to play” list. Develop those then add your special sauce. I think someone placed the sauce (which, again, does look good), ahead of completing the fundamentals.

    I hope that I’m wrong. Apologies if so.

    1. On October 29, 2016 at 10:00 am Ruggiero Manente replied:

      Maybe this answer from a previous response by Mr. Davenport answer your question even if it is not your complete satisfaction.
      “Hi Steve… no Lens Correction panel, but there is a Transform panel in the Develop module. Here, you can control the curve (i.e. distortion) as well as horizontal & vertical shifts. I can see using these to create a few presets for the cameras & lenses you shoot most often with.”

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