« on: June 21, 2014, 02:10:27 AM »
Thanks thebowtie,One more thing...
I'll give it a shot on my Mac when I get a few minutes free. I'm always curious to try new software but I hate running multiple versions of the same thing...
Because it's a "New" and "independent" installation, it not only does not leverage any metadata, you also need to download all the lens profiles you use for this installation if you want to use "Digital Lens Optimization".
However, if you do use it, I find that it works much faster at applying the DLO than the older 3.x versions.
I'm still standing by my speculation that Canon are trying to woo back their fan base by providing a more usable DPP so that you may not want to pay Adobe for theirs any more if what you need is addressed by DPP.
(Then maybe that will allow you to save for the next shiny thing from Canon )