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Can't Undo Super Res in LightRoom Classic???

Explorer ,
Jun 08, 2021 Jun 08, 2021

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I downloaded the latest version of LightRoom classic containing the new "Enhance" feature, AKA Super Res, and have a question. I was able to apply the 2X enhancement from within the library module. However, my original now says "Enhanced" in the file name, but the enhancement does NOT show up in the history field, and I cannot undo it with CNTRL+V.  I cannot find a way of undoing this action and get back to my original DNG image.

 

Has anyone else experienced this problem?

 

Thanks,

 

Jim

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Adobe Community Professional , Jun 08, 2021 Jun 08, 2021
Undo and History steps appear only for actions you apply within the same file. But the Enhance command always creates a new DNG copy of the file…it starts over, so the new file has no undo or history. Your original image should still be in the catalog. If you left Create Stack selected in the Enhance dialog box, your original and DNG copies are probably appearing as a single stack in the Filmstrip/Grid. If you expand the stack (Photo > Stacking > Expand Stack or press the S key), you will see ...

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I have tried it a couple of times now. The super enhance option creates a new separate file. I have the option checked to stack the images. The new enhanced DNG file is at the top of the stack, and has "enhanced" appended to the name. The original NEF file is "underneath" with its original name. Seems to me that it's working the way it should work. I'm using Lightroom Classic 10.3 on Windows 10.

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Undo and History steps appear only for actions you apply within the same file. But the Enhance command always creates a new DNG copy of the file…it starts over, so the new file has no undo or history.

 

Your original image should still be in the catalog. If you left Create Stack selected in the Enhance dialog box, your original and DNG copies are probably appearing as a single stack in the Filmstrip/Grid. If you expand the stack (Photo > Stacking > Expand Stack or press the S key), you will see both the original and DNG copy.

 

The way you undo the results of the Enhance command (Enhance Details and Super Resolution) is to delete the DNG copy that it made. That doesn’t affect the original file, since that’s still there separately.

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Thank you so much. That was it. I just discovered that the Enhanced version was displaced on the grid from its original, because "Custom" was set on the order of the files on the film strip. I found out, just as you said, that LRC had created a duplicate version and enhanced it. Again, thanks for helping me.

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Jim

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I have tried it a couple of times now. The super enhance option creates a new separate file. I have the option checked to stack the images. The new enhanced DNG file is at the top of the stack, and has "enhanced" appended to the name. The original NEF file is "underneath" with its original name. Seems to me that it's working the way it should work. I'm using Lightroom Classic 10.3 on Windows 10.

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Thanks very much for your time and help.

 

Jim

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If you right-click on the thumb image in the strip there will be an option for Stacking ant the drop-down has an option to stack and unstack.

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Regards, Denis: iMac mid-2015, 5K 27”, GPU 2GB, Ram 24GB, HDD 3TB, macOS 11.6, LrC 10.4, Lr 4.4, Ps 22.5.1,; Camera OM-D E-M1.

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