Started by Steve01, May 04, 2018, 07:50:04 PM
QuoteIf you want "better" results, process the file in the RAW processor your choice and either make it embed a preview with a usable size (IMatch will then use that instead of the RAW data) or convert your RAW files into DNG with an embedded preview.
Quote from: Mario on May 22, 2018, 07:27:19 AMI don't know why you see a difference and I don't. Or why you are the only user who is reporting this problem while apparently so many other IMatch users have no problems displaying their RAW files in IMatch.
QuoteIf this is not to your liking, you should use a RAW processor software to process your images before you manage them in IMatch
QuoteSince the ACR image looks much sharper, I assume that ACR always enhances edges and contract and edge sharpness. IMatch does not do that. IMatch is a software to manage files, not a RAW processor software. When I look at your file in MIcrosofts WIC test tools, it looks exactly as in IMatch. No sharpness applied or other enhancements.
QuoteIs that it set on 75 when you say 2000 ?
Quote from: thrinn on May 24, 2018, 11:10:34 AMMario,maybe the explanatory text for the "Minimal Size" entry should be updated? It (still) states "A value of about 400 is better." That could be a bit confusing to new customers if the recommended value is something on the lines of Full HD.
Quote from: Mario on May 24, 2018, 09:16:42 PMUsually users combine the IMatch DAM with a proper RAW development software and/or Photoshop.