ON1 Short Clip — Photo 10.5 vs. Photo RAW

Let’s take a look at a comparison of the processing speed between ON1 Photo 10.5 and the new ON1 Photo RAW – with its new fast module switching and nondestructive workflow.  You’ll notice how in ON1 Photo RAW it only took us about 43 seconds – in ON Photo 10.5 it takes twice as long. Everything is faster in ON1 Photo RAW – faster file opening, faster module switching, faster adjustments, and faster file saving.

18 comments on “ON1 Short Clip — Photo 10.5 vs. Photo RAW”

  1. On September 23, 2016 at 10:30 am Adam Rubinstein wrote:

    Matt, first it is great to see that you’re back – I’ve missed your insights and series, “your photo, our look.” Indeed, this speed demonstration is impressive and does the new On1 Photo Raw take advantage of multi-threading in a way 10.5 doesn’t? Also, to what extent does cache and VM come into play as well as i/o from drives? Thanks.

  2. On September 23, 2016 at 3:55 pm Lois Teerling wrote:

    Does this increased speed work if using On1 10.5 as plug-ins in Photoshop? Or, is the increase speed noticed only when using as a stand alone program?

    1. On September 26, 2016 at 3:37 pm Patrick Smith replied:

      You will definitely notice the increased speed when using Photo RAW as a plug-in also.

  3. On September 24, 2016 at 5:23 am elliotpaulstern@gmail.com wrote:

    Great stuff Matt. I have two questions about this program which has been and will be my go to.

    Where is it already? I am smiling but waiting :)

    Is is working okay with Sierra System on the Macs?

    Thanks,

    Elliot

    1. On September 26, 2016 at 3:36 pm Patrick Smith replied:

      Hey Elliot, It will be out right around mid-November. We are all very excited! It will also be fully compatible with Sierra.

  4. On September 24, 2016 at 9:45 am elliotpaulstern@gmail.com wrote:

    I do have another question. The only cloud I am showing in my On1 10.5 is google. I also have Amazon Cloud. Will that be recognized as well?

    1. On October 3, 2016 at 8:27 pm Patrick Smith replied:

      Hey Elliot, I missed this somehow. I apologize. You should be able to save the Amazon folder as a watch folder in Browse to have this integration. We are looking to officially add Amazon as an option in a future release, but you can still use it with ON1 today.

  5. On September 24, 2016 at 10:48 am Hans Habereder wrote:

    I am curious if the amount of memory Photo raw uses is improved significantly over that of ON1 Photo 10.5. I have regularly experienced memory growth from 40 MB raw file for a 36 Mpixel sensor camera to 1GB or more after Photo 10.5 is applied
    Thanks.

  6. On September 30, 2016 at 2:14 am Warren Eisenberg wrote:

    Will Apple Photo app extensions which worked beautifully in El Capitán again work in Sierra?

  7. On September 30, 2016 at 10:37 am John Clark wrote:

    Hi – will Photo RAW take advantage of GPU-based processing, e.g. using the fancy graphics cards in the Mac Pro (2013 model)? I know that LR and PS do, and Photo 10.5 does not – and, boy, does it show (even on a six-core Xeon with 64Gb ram it’s sluggish!)

    1. On September 30, 2016 at 10:43 am John Clark replied:

      Ah, I see that it claims to use the GPU, great. Which leads me to my final question: will the shipped Photo RAW support the new Fuji X-T2, as I am hoping to get one between now and the Photo RAW ship date….. your compatibility list doesn’t include it (or the X-Pro2) but I am sure I won’t be the only person looking for this capability! Thanks.

  8. On November 3, 2016 at 2:35 pm Steven Petouvis wrote:

    If you upgrade from On1 10.5 to Photo Raw, will all of the presets in 10.5 come over automatically to Photo Raw?

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