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07/19/2008 07:32:40 PM · #226
miles better
07/19/2008 07:34:29 PM · #227
If you have a Sony Alpha series camera, do not buy Dynamic HDR. They do not support .arw files and they don't even respond to emails, forum posts, or pretty much anything. Too bad as I found their software to be pretty good, but customer support as beyond terrible. Funny thing is I had the same experience with Sony (Great product, terrible customer service)
07/19/2008 07:40:33 PM · #228
Originally posted by scottlarue:

If you have a Sony Alpha series camera, do not buy Dynamic HDR. They do not support .arw files and they don't even respond to emails, forum posts, or pretty much anything. Too bad as I found their software to be pretty good, but customer support as beyond terrible. Funny thing is I had the same experience with Sony (Great product, terrible customer service)


This thread is about "Wukong Beta", now "Essential HDR", not "Dynamic HDR"....

R.
07/20/2008 05:29:52 PM · #229
Originally posted by Bear_Music:

Originally posted by scottlarue:

If you have a Sony Alpha series camera, do not buy Dynamic HDR. They do not support .arw files and they don't even respond to emails, forum posts, or pretty much anything. Too bad as I found their software to be pretty good, but customer support as beyond terrible. Funny thing is I had the same experience with Sony (Great product, terrible customer service)


This thread is about "Wukong Beta", now "Essential HDR", not "Dynamic HDR"....

R.


Thanks, I realized that, but 10 posts up there are 3 posts about Dynamic Photo HDR.
07/24/2008 02:13:12 PM · #230
FYI The software is reviewed by Paulo from abduzeedo.com

//abduzeedo.com/hdr-software-essential-hdr-reviewed

"According to the developers it is a new algorithm that produces less artifacts (halos, over-saturation) and runs at a decent speed (multicore support). I can wholeheartedly agree: this is indeed a very powerful tonemapper. Without much fuzz I got a very natural images, the preview is pretty accurate, and it is super-easy to use."
07/24/2008 03:13:07 PM · #231
no mac version :(

shame looks real good!
07/24/2008 04:11:07 PM · #232
Mac version is still in development.

It looks like the reviewer tried Boot Camp or VMWare Fusion on Mac and the software worked under both situations.

Message edited by author 2008-07-24 16:11:40.
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