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Old 24th January 2019
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Re: Olympus Workspace - Replacement for OV3

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Originally Posted by AMc View Post
Fingers crossed it will be noticeably faster.
I tried to use OV3 when I first started using RAW but it is so glacial at making any change I gave up.


I use OV3 for copying from the camera - and updating when there are firmware things - but after that I import into Lightroom and work in there.

It would be really nice if Workspace were a real tool which I could use on my laptop when I'm travelling.
According to Robin Wong, it is faster. Per above, hopefully with other much needed features like Clarity. I’ve had some great photos out of OV3 but the process is slow:

- Raw correction, tone and flatfish contrast in OV3 (sloooooow)
- Export to 16 bit TIFF
- Finish in Lightroom (Clarity), then Photoshop (levels, final sharpening and finishing touches).

Edit: From this link: http://app.olympus-imaging.com/olympusworkspace/en/

Rotate/reverse, trimming/tilt correction, exposure compensation, white balance, colour correction (colour saturation, brightness, hue), Clarity, Dehaze, tone curve (level correction), Highlight & Shadow, contrast, colour saturation, tone correction, Art Filter, colour filters, shading correction, distortion correction, Fisheye Compensation, Keystone Compensation, sharpness, unsharp mask, red eye correction, video editing (combine, cut, extract).
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