I’m using PL 5.6 and have not had this problem. I can still process my .CR3 RAW files as I always have. As in I can apply whatever edits I choose and then export and the exported file includes my edits. So when you say:
what do you actually mean? Can you give more details on what is / is not happening?
What setting in the Windows version of PhotoLab do you believe lets you see only the embedded jpeg in a raw image while editing? I am not aware of a setting to do that and I am pretty confident that one does not exist in both the Windows and Mac versions.
No problem. While I am very familiar with PhotoLab’s features, options and settings, I don’t necessarily have all of them memorized. Even with five years of almost daily use there is always the likelihood of new things for me to learn.
There is no switch that I know of and I because the new versions are now available the update wants to download those for my old PL5.1.4 so I cannot help there and with an upload speed of 0.5Mb I cannot upload the code files that I have secured for all PL5 and PL6 releases!
I am currently running PL5.6 and PL6.1 on one machine and PL5.5 and PL6.0.1 on another so if you have the bandwidth to upload an image or two then I can try on both releases etc…
Sorry, if my post were not clear enough… This is what happens after I have upgraded to PL 5.6 (on Windows 10 / 22H2):
In the photo library every RAW file is displayed as a thumbnail under it’s correct name. All metadata (keywords, EXIF, IPTC) are displayed correctly as well.
In customise mode the metdata panel shows the correct data, too. One example: “NIKON D7500, 5568x3712, ISO 100, f/5.6, 1/250s, 85mm”.
BUT: The image displayed (in customise mode) is just the embeded JPEG of 960x720 pixels! At 100% it just fills half of my screen and shows strong compression artifacts (see attached screenshot taken at 1920 x 1080).
Ah. Now I understand. I just checked. The DNG bug that was introduced in PL 6.1 also seems to be in PL 5.6. DxO is aware of the problem in 6.1, I wonder is they are aware of it in 5.6. If you export the affected DNG with their edits to a jpeg I believe you will see that the edits will be applied correctly. The problem appears to be s the way adjustments are displayed over DNG files while editing.
I see you also responded to the thread about this same problem in PhotoLab 6.1, and as I said, DxO is aware of it.
Ah! OK, hmm, that’s not my experience with Canon .CR2 and .CR3 files. All I can suggest is that you reinstall 5.5 then redownload and reinstall 5.6. Except it sounds like you don’t keep the installers so you can’t roll back. Perhaps if you raise this with DxO Support they will be able to help you roll back: https://support.dxo.com/hc/en-us/requests/new