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08-29-2016, 12:36 PM   #16
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The latest versions of LR/PS do look at all 4 images when exporting from a raw file, but you can use the sharpness slider to control the degree of this AFAIK.
Where did this sharpness slider usage appear? Is it documented by Adobe? I have my doubts that they have hidden parameter usage.

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Where did this sharpness slider usage appear? Is it documented by Adobe? I have my doubts that they have hidden parameter usage.

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No documentation whatsoever on how PSR files are treated.

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No documentation whatsoever on how PSR files are treated.
Who deemed that the program works that way? I'd like to see the examples to prove it before it is spread any further. Low sharpening turns PSR compositing off?

Do you remember who put this out as I like to know what is what.

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This was from a while ago, so YMMV, but check out the examples here:

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This was from a while ago, so YMMV, but check out the examples here:

Pentax K-3 II Review - Processing Pixel Shifted RAWs | PentaxForums.com Reviews
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Thanks for responding so quickly.

I sent a note to my contact at Adobe with the URL so with a lot of luck we might find out. I remember that article but don't know why I didn't question at the time.

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Who deemed that the program works that way? I'd like to see the examples to prove it before it is spread any further. Low sharpening turns PSR compositing off?

Do you remember who put this out as I like to know what is what.

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Here is a posting from the Adobe site from May 17, 2016, which went unanswered. According to this footnote (sorry the clips kind of ran toghether) from the Adobe cameras supported ACR 9.1.1 will support PSR. I have the most recent versions of ACR, LR and PS. They will open PSR files but as I've stated before there are problems still remaining.
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This was from a while ago, so YMMV, but check out the examples here:

Pentax K-3 II Review - Processing Pixel Shifted RAWs | PentaxForums.com Reviews
This is the response from Adobe
Pixel Shift and old ACR 9.1.1 |Adobe Community

"You control pixel-shift by turning it on and off in the camera. There is no switch in Adobe products that I'm aware of.... "

I hope that settles the use of sharpening parameter in ACR. Probably accentuate the effect of PSR.
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Here is a posting from the Adobe site from May 17, 2016, which went unanswered. According to this footnote (sorry the clips kind of ran toghether) from the Adobe cameras supported ACR 9.1.1 will support PSR. I have the most recent versions of ACR, LR and PS. They will open PSR files but as I've stated before there are problems still remaining.
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Is a k3 ll PSR file of yours available that I could get my hands on? I had no problem with the k3 ll PSR into either ACR or PDCU. There was a color problem in ACR but that has been fixed.

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This is the response from Adobe
Pixel Shift and old ACR 9.1.1 |Adobe Community

"You control pixel-shift by turning it on and off in the camera. There is no switch in Adobe products that I'm aware of.... "

I hope that settles the use of sharpening parameter in ACR. Probably accentuate the effect of PSR.
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Smoke,
Is a k3 ll PSR file of yours available that I could get my hands on? I had no problem with the k3 ll PSR into either ACR or PDCU. There was a color problem in ACR but that has been fixed.

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I tried one more time to load the DNG PSR file direct to PS. the first clip is a screen shot of the image open in ACR. As you can see it looks fine. I clicked on "open Image" to move it to PS and the second image is clip of what I got. I also tried saving the image as a DNG, and then reopening that DNG in PS - same thing. Of course ACR gives you the option of saving the file as a TIFF or JPEG and then opening it in PS/LR, but that's what I'm doing now through Pentax Utility.

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Scratch what I said earlier about the PSR image looking ok in ACR. If you bring the image up to 100% the same distortion occurs

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I tried one more time to load the DNG PSR file direct to PS. the first clip is a screen shot of the image open in ACR. As you can see it looks fine. I clicked on "open Image" to move it to PS and the second image is clip of what I got. I also tried saving the image as a DNG, and then reopening that DNG in PS - same thing. Of course ACR gives you the option of saving the file as a TIFF or JPEG and then opening it in PS/LR, but that's what I'm doing now through Pentax Utility.

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Scratch what I said earlier about the PSR image looking ok in ACR. If you bring the image up to 100% the same distortion occurs
Are you using version 9.6.1 of ACR? What I see is the color problem that happened in ACR before 9.6.1. Blue is blown up and makes a real bad image.
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Are you using version 9.6.1 of ACR? What I see is the color problem that happened in ACR before 9.6.1. Blue is blown up and makes a real bad image.
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Yup. All updates current.
Can I get my hands on the DNG somehow? You have Dropbox or the like? If not, I'll set something up. Let me know by PM please.
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Can I get my hands on the DNG somehow? You have Dropbox or the like? If not, I'll set something up. Let me know by PM please.
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Thanks,
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There should be some full size PSR downloads in both the K-3 II and K-1 reviews if you want to take a look there in the mean time.
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There should be some full size PSR downloads in both the K-3 II and K-1 reviews if you want to take a look there in the mean time.
This problem was resolved in that software ACR was doing what it can but doesn't handle motion and any attempt to make it handle motion is of no use. We have to stick with PDCU until something else comes along.
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