In the edit panel, adjusting any of the sliders on the right has no impact on changing the image. I've tried re-installing, enabling/disabling hardware acceleration, enabling/disabling local cache of image and previews. This is on Windows 10. Any ideas?
Sounds like perhaps you have selected one of the local adjustment tools. Changing the sliders of these tools will not do anything to the image if you have not yet applied the adjustment (brushed something, applied the filter).
Hi -- No, this is with all tools. Exposure, saturation, contrast... Even white balance. The image displays but there is no change in the image.
All the sliders you mention are in the local adjustments too...
I guess you just have to trust me that these are the global adjustments not local adjustments :). I'll see if I can record a video.
This problem only appears when editing RAW (.CR3) files taken from a Canon EOS R5
I'll await your video. I don't own a Canon R5 myself, but I found an R5 raw file on the internet to download and I have no problems editing it in Lightroom.
OK, these are indeed the global sliders. 😉 As I am using a Mac and don't see this problem, this could be a PC bug only, but I doubt that very much. I have not read any report like this and as hundreds if not thousands of people must be using Lightroom on Windows with Canon R5 raw files, there would be lots other people who have the same problem if this were a bug. I can't explain it but I suggest it's something that has to do with your computer. I suggest you report this at the feedback site. That's where the Adobe engineers hang out, not here (this is a user to user forum).
We're happy to announce the release of Lightroom 4.1 which includes the fix for this issue.
Check out the list of all fixed issues here: https://helpx.adobe.com/lightroom-cc/kb/fixed-issues.html
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