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Discussion in 'Digital Photography' started by cube, May 26, 2007.
This looks pretty cool:
Seems to be a serious approach.
Just installed their trial and I am very impressed. But I wouldn't use it to organize photo lobraries. For that purpose I still find IPhoto and Lightroom to be the most practical. Aperture being too slow on anything les than an 8 core Mac Pro.
DxO does a great job at fixing photos but is very, very slow. Also, you can't switch between manual and automatic mode without restarting the program. Still, great for fixing most RAW pictures.
OK. You are talking about DxO Optics Pro. I was talking about FilmPack.
Haha, yes we Macbook Pro Aperture users think it runs well; but we must be wrong!!