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Currently if you select the 'high' option for export sharpening, the resulting image is less sharp than the 'standard' option. The outputted file for the 'high' option is identical to the 'low' option.
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Can you please tell us which version of LRC and which operating system you are using?
I can confirm this on Lrc 14.4.1 for Windows.
When using output sharpening for print (Glossy and Matte) the HIgh setting produces the same sharpening as the Low setting.
Sharpening for screen works properly.
@RikkFlohr , moderators, please change this thread to Bug.
I'm using 11.4.1 on Windows 10. For me low and high are the same quality for all glossy, matte and screen types.
I am testing this now on Mac (Intel)
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On closer inspection, sharpening for screen does not work properly.
High and and Low are identical.