Started by The View, June 27, 2017, 04:14:51 am
Quote from: bcf on December 20, 2018, 04:44:09 pmThanks David.I tried the various steps mentioned in the document :- Disable the use of OpenCL by C1 (in the Preferences), restart C1: no change.- Reenable the use of OpenCL, quit C1, delete relevant files to force revuilding of OpenCL kernels (I'm on a Mac), restart C1: no change.- OpenCL is indeed used, as shown by the manoeuver described in the document (using the focus mask).I would say OpenCL is not the culprit.
Quote from: bcf on December 20, 2018, 05:01:15 pmForgot to mention: in both cases, no sharpening applied, and no recipe proofing.
Quote from: bcf on December 20, 2018, 05:17:21 pmBut I think you did not try exactly the same thing I did: you changed the size of C1's window, what I did was switch the zoom button from "to fit" to the next available size (the steps are smaller if you press alt while doing so, but you have to maintain the button down to keep at that size). Do you confirm that while doing so you don't see any difference in crispness?
Quote from: bcf on December 21, 2018, 05:21:34 amWell, I don't know if I see the same thing on Windows or not. Capture One is so slow in the virtual machine as to make any test extremely difficult (the graphic card is not used apparently) - I give up.Anyway, I will open a case with Phase One with the following observations (and some screenshots):(Mac OS X 10.13.6, Mac Pro Late 2013 with 2xAMD FirePro D300 2048 MB)[...]Thus, my conclusion would be that there is an issue (on Mac at least) with the redrawing (or lack thereof) of the preview at "Fit" size.
Quote from: bcf on December 21, 2018, 09:27:51 amAfter some exchanges with Phase One support (I even sent them a screen recording), they say that I am doing everything right, they are creating a bug report / feature request to have this improved for a sharper preview from the raw.
Quote from: bcf on December 26, 2018, 04:10:11 amThanks TeeKay.Let's hope for an improvement, but as you say, let's not get our hopes too high.I confirm that the phenomenon is also present on Windows (as tested on a Win 7 virtual machine on the Mac).
Quote from: BartvanderWolf on December 26, 2018, 05:27:26 amThat still means it could be Mac related, for I do not have these blurry previews on my Windows machines (did not with W7, and do not with W10).
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