- Jan 18, 2012
I didn't use the beta for this version but I did use the v3 beta and it was the same way. I'm gonna download this when I get home later. I'll let you know how it runs. One thing that I noticed is that this new version can convert your RAW files to DNG files which makes it load your photos a lot faster. Adobe claims 8x faster.The beta was so slow it was a joke to use.
I really hope they fixed that because all the new features in 4 are pretty awesome
You didnt ever try the beta?
I've been using LR4 quite a bit since it came out and really like it. I thought I would use the video editing more than I actually do but I find myself editing video in my dedicated video editing program instead.
A couple things I really like about LR4 are the Shadows and Highlights bars that replaced the Fill Light and Recover bars. They make it really easy to get an almost HDR effect without going overboard .
LR4 video is just for simple color correction, clip review, and H.264 conversion.
Just curious... what are you using as your main editing program.
I tried out LR3 a little here and there and just haven't figured out why I need it over CS5 yet. Maybe I am missing something. I am interest in LR4 just to see what it can do with color correction on video. I use Corel Videostudio Pro X4 and don't like its video corrections much.
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