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Quick usage looks fantastic. Right off the bat, one thing I would like to see is an indicator in filmstrip as to which images have lens blur applied.
I agree, adding the indicator in filmstrip would be great.
I don't understand the request for indication in the filmstrip??
It would be super useful so you can see which ones the blur has been applied to.
I agree too! On the first glimpse - after a couple of developed images - I am positively surprised. And yes, an indicator would be quite helpful.
Would be nice if you could apply to more than one image at a time. It shows it works for auto sync, but when you select the other images it isn't applied. It is listed in the hostory of the image. Also, it is sooooo slow. Not sure how others are getting it to work quicky. Refining takes a long time and it gets hung up.
Le temps d'exécution va beaucoup dépendre des performnces de votre ordinateur, personnellement sur iMac 24' M1 avec 16 Go de RAM, la vitesse est satisfaisante avec des raw de 20 méga-pixels. macOS Sonoma 14.0.
I am using my 4 year old Microsoft Surface Studio 2 (not laptop) 16 Gig and it is lightning fast. You may have an excuse to upgrade your hardware? Just a thought.
I am happy I just dumped my "pro" 85mm F1.2 lens because this feature makes it overkill.
I have to agree; I was pleasantly surprised as to how well this looked. When I first saw the option, I was a little skeptical. An indicator on the film strip would help identify where it has been used.
I LOVE this feature. It works great for the most part, here are my 2 suggestions.
Very happy about this new feature!
2. there is a tool to add or remove the blur, in refine then select focus or blur just paint in on with the brush.
I agree, you really need to be able to mask it off a certain area if it catches a spot you dont want. Or to add it to a apot you do want it more !
Wow! Thanks for this great feature. Keep up the good work! Looking forward to future enhancements.
Overall I like it. However, where there was a break in the slats of wood in a chair the background was not blurred. I did like the option to go and add blur to those areas. g
Please add the "o" key to toggle on/off the depth mask.
yes! I found I had to constantly toggle on and off the depth map visualization as I refined them. This is a good suggestion
What I am finding is that if I make any adjustments to the depth, the screen goes black then refreshes. Is anyone else experiencing that? (Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2070 (8 GB GDDR6 dedicated))
Same here though I don't have a discrete graphics card. I'd like to know the min. OPS a card should have so the screen doesn't go black.
The same thing was happening to me, although sometimes it wouldn't come back from going black. Since I've installed the new version of Lightroom Classic (13.0.1) my screen also goes black if I use the Dehaze slider. Based on other online comments I've disabled the GPU (in my case AMD Radeon Pro 5500M) for everything except Display and it seems to solve the problem. Though LRC is quite slow now. I'm running it on a late 2019 MacBook Pro with 32GB of RAM on macOS Sonoma 14.0.
My PC is older than that but runs WIndows 10 with 32GB of RAM. I'd like Adobe to address this issue. I think this feature is amazing but if I have this persistent problem, I'll start avoiding using it.
Con la 1070 non succede.
I have the same problem, screen goes black and I have to press power button to get it turn back on. It is like it hibernates because I get the same screen when it comes back on, one finger recognized LR is still open as before. I am on a new Asus Vivobook with GeForce RTX4050 with 6GB VRAM and full graphics enabled in preferences. On some images it is impossible to use the blur.
At the first glance looks pretty nice.
But can someone from Adobe clarify how this works internally?
I mean does it have AI models builtin, or will require internet connection to work?
I'm worried because I sometimes use LrC from remote locations without internet coverage.