I’ve installed the last DPL3 release, in Trial mode for the moment, and esach time, I start it, I’ve a Windows, that ask me wich type of lens I’ve taken my photos.
Each time, it’s for the same photos folder.
So, I select the good Lens profil, then work on my photo, quit DPL3, and start it again, and he ask me, which module I would like.
That might be a result of using the Trial version. I don’t recall that happening in the regular version (PL2 or PL3); after selecting a lens profile for download, it’s been available in any session and in any folders. Was this in Windows or Mac version?
From my original picture, the lens is correctly detected
Q: The image is in Tiff format.
Is that a problem?
When I started DPL3, I saw that there was an update. I downloaded it.
I uninstalled the previous version of DPL3, then cleaning the folder C:\Program Files\DxO\DxO PhotoLab 3
and then installed the upgrade.
When I launch it, a window asks me for the module I need, (it’s normal), I installed it and then I close DXO DPL3.
I started it again, and I didn’t have any problem with detecting the optical modules.
Then it’s good for me.
FOR YOUR INFORMATION. A photographer friend with whom I was talking last Wednesday told me that he was going to buy the new DXO DPL3 on my advice. He’s going to do it this weekend.
I’m going to do it too.
Thank you for your help.
Have a good weekend.
For what it’s worth, I have this issue in PL2 if the folder contains an image that’s been processed by another piece of software (haven’t yet tested it enough to say which software). It asks me to download a module, but none of the modules are for camera/lens combinations I’ve got. It doesn’t offer me the combination I have got (which is selected for other images in the folder).