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05-15-2019, 08:48 PM - 1 Like   #1
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ON1 adds dual monitor support

ON1 Photo RAW 2019.5 has just been released, and includes the long-awaited dual monitor support. It also allows dual windows on one monitor.

Now, if only they would have a full screen viewing option ....

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QuoteOriginally posted by Paul the Sunman Quote
ON1 Photo RAW 2019.5 has just been released, and includes the long-awaited dual monitor support. It also allows dual windows on one monitor.

Now, if only they would have a full screen viewing option ....
... and adds a working history!
05-16-2019, 12:12 AM   #3
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... and adds a working history!
That's there too in the new release.

What’s New in 2019.5 (13.5.7007)

ON1 Photo RAW 2019.5 is a free update packed with new features and enhancements. Here are some of the biggest improvements and fixes:

New Features
  • Dual Mode — Now you can have a second copy of your photos in another window. This is perfect if you have two displays and want a grid of thumbnails on one display and a magnified detail view on another. It’s also great for presenting your photos to a client with a projector or large TV. You can show them photos, zoom and compare without seeing the rest of the application window.
  • History — Full history has been added when you work on a photo. You can see every step of your editing, roll-back and compare adjustments and easily revert to the beginning of your session.
  • Setting Applied Info — Now you can view which modules, tools and filters you have used on a photo, even in Browse. Simply double-click to jump to a setting and adjust it.
  • Selective Sync — When you sync your settings (or paste or save a preset) you have enhanced granularity in which settings to apply. You can drill down and only apply a white balance adjustment for example. You can even sync cropping, retouching and brush strokes between photos.
  • Hierarchical Keywords — The master keyword list now supports nested keywords inside of other keywords. This allows you to organize your keywords as you see fit. You can even import a list of nested keywords from other apps Adobe Lightroom. Keywords in general have been improved too. It’s easier to search, add delete and modify them. They are also case sensitive now.

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I own Affinity, Luminar, and the LR/PS subscription, but over time On1 has become my “go-to” post-processing program. It just seems to fit me.

I am excited to learn of these new additions, and I can’t wait to get home from my road trip to install the new version on my iMac.

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I'm really wanting to love On1 but had been disappointed in the speed and overall performance until sometime recently. It had been pretty much unusable. While nothing on my side has changed hardware-wise the On1 2019.2 version ran surprisingly clean when I gave it another go last week. I'll spend a lot more time with it the next two weeks and give it a better trialing. Adobe is irritating me with the money grab. Highly irritating me.
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QuoteOriginally posted by gatorguy Quote
I'm really wanting to love On1 but had been disappointed in the speed and overall performance until sometime recently. It had been pretty much unusable. While nothing on my side has changed hardware-wise the On1 2019.2 version ran surprisingly clean when I gave it another go last week. I'll spend a lot more time with it the next two weeks and give it a better trialing. Adobe is irritating me with the money grab. Highly irritating me.
I have had no problems with speed with On1. It literally screams on my iMac 27" and also plays very nicely on my close-to-clapped-out 2012 MacBook Pro. The MacBook is due to be retired for its newer brethren this summer so I will expect to experience similar performance to the iMac.
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