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Re: Hope DPP3.X can support New 1DX2, DPP4 is not good :-(

I have PS LR, but it is waste time for proceed large number of photos

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Re: Hope DPP3.X can support New 1DX2, DPP4 is not good :-(

DPP4 is unstable cause it's slow
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Re: Hope DPP3.X can support New 1DX2, DPP4 is not good :-(


@WoSoLoo wrote:

I have PS LR, but it is waste time for proceed large number of photos


To each his own, I guess.  LR6 is much faster than DPP3 and DPP4 for most tasks.  Both the lastest versions of LR6 and DPP4 run best with at least 16GB of RAM, especially DPP4.  You should be running with a 64-bit CPU, too, with plenty of free disk space to use as virtual memory.

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Re: Hope DPP3.X can support New 1DX2, DPP4 is not good :-(

"To each his own, I guess.  LR6 is much faster than DPP3 and DPP4 for most tasks."

 

Absolutely!  But no matter how much some die hard's brag on DPP whatever number, it is no Photoshop.  Not in the same solar system.  I know of no professional shop that uses DPP in lieu of PS and/or LR.  None.

 

Thousands of images is where LR shines.  Get me a break, please.  And we haven't mentioned Bridge yet for PS.

 

"To each his own, I guess."  Is the only plausible response to this debate.

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