I have a brand new Mac Mini M1 with Monterey and pictures are on a external SSD. (but even those on the Mac are not loading).
I have to click on each picture to see the preview. Did I accidentally change something in the settings?
Sorry if this has been asked already, I couldn’t find anything on the forum or on the manual.
Does Anyone have a suggestion? Thanks in advance
Honestly for me it worked just fine.
No way I’m gonna pay for a whole new version 6 months after buying the PL4. I’m fed up. I’m downgrading my mac to Big Sur.
I was before on a 2012 Imac, trust me it’s already faster.
I already lost Lightroom because of that. Honestly the PL5 version didn’t offer anything special to me when they advertised it.
Will eventually wait for Black Friday later this year but I’m really disappointed.
OMG What a joke. But thanks for pointing it out!
I’ll try to go back to cthe previous version
Dxo appears to be even more greedy than Lightroom…
I’m so disappointed i got Photolab less than a year ago. it’s worse than Adobe products lifespan.
PL is excellent value - provided you buy on the Black Friday sale, where it is usually up to 50% off. Even the upgrade had the same discount. Have you checked the current upgrade price on your account?
But, at least, with PL, it keeps on working if you stop paying - unless Apple change the OS version
Yes it’s excellent value except if you have to buy 2 licences in 1 year haha!
My Lightroom was still working until I bought my new imac and I can’t install it anymore (a shame).
Now without PL5 or lightroom I don’t have a proper solution to manage my library.
Note PL4 is still working for editing but not for the whole global view on pictures, which is a shame…
This is what the release notes from version 4.3.4 says. You’ll notice at the bottom under known limitations it mentions that DxO is planning to release a fix related to DeepPRIME and macOS Monterey and in 4.3.4 they actually made fixes to macOS Monterey problems. @sararbg might want to be aware of that before she does make the plunge to upgrade to PL5. PL4 4.3.6 is the latest release. :
New in DxO PhotoLab 4.3.4 Known limitations
• To prevent unexpected crashes under macOS Monterey when previewing DeepPRIME with CPU acceleration enabled, we have temporarily disabled the preview window. We will provide a fix in an upcoming release.
Fixed an issue that affected the graphics when dragging a selected subpalette header (macOS Monterey).
Fixed an issue that inverted subpalette titles when dragging a palette out of the dock (macOS Monterey).
Fixed an issue that affected the graphics on “Sort & filter” buttons (macOS Monterey).