Updated by Christophe Beugnet over 1 year ago Thank you both for your remarks. And sorry for my late answer. Before adding some remarks, I'd like to say that I didn't expect this feature to be developed any time soon, or any time at all. I perfectly know that there are huge difficulties, essentially because of the lack of documentation from Nikon I guess , but mostly because of the U-Point feature story already told in the initial description.
Also, sorry for what follows. And it may be a bit confuse. But I'm so angry at Nikon My remarks: But what would have you done, back in , when starting to process the first RAW files from your first digital camera?
I did it the Nikon way: There are good and bad points in the way they deal with RAW files, but I see a very good one: Is it "looking for the same file with. Or is there a tag in the XMP file that points to the original file name? If it's the latter, I see a big problem when renaming RAW files. I like to get pictures sorted and showing some of their parameters without opening them.
Do I have to worry about the XMP files? For sure, I can add a special case, looking for the. Sorry, I made this point bigger than it should have been ;- This other point will probably become a rant against Nikon I'm desperately looking for a solution to a problem that have essentially been created by Nikon. First, they did not secured the access to the U-Point feature. That's why the latest Capture NX-D is free as free beer: I should check, I'm not sure, but I think that means that even basic adjustments, like White Balance, are lost when you make them in NX2 and then load the file in NX-D Applause Nikon!
During the last few years, I spend most of my personal time on Mac OS under Linux on the professional side, for the records ;- and Windows for games. It still installs correctly on old setups using Mavericks See where is problem? I'm nearly certain that the Nikon programmers or the third party they hired employ noobs that compared OS versions as strings, not numerical values.
So, They locked me out of the usage of the software I payed because they are noob programmers and they don't want to patch may be they don't know how to build the software today Not very satisfying. In fact, I feel trapped and betrayed by Nikon! To end this discussion, say it! I dare you to say it! I should make the modifications to DarkTable myself, and contribute.
I know. I should. Software is my primary activity, not photography. But be sure I feel ashamed for this, you have to know that, during the night, I sleep I honestly respect those who can maintain and develop such huge projects!
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