Aurora HDR workflow with Luminar 4 auto distortion corrections

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    Margaret Bright

    Hi John,

    Please note that when you invoke Luminar 4 as a plugin to Aurora, the app sends the tiff copy of the file, that is why there's no Auto Distortion Correction. 

    Please note that you can also invoke Aurora HDR as a plugin to Luminar 4 via Edit > Plugin > Aurora HDR. I think this workflow should be better for you.

    If you need any further assistance, feel free to reach out to our support team at https://skylum.com/support

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    John Cooklis

    Hi Margaret,

    When I try Edit->Plugins->Aurora HDR, I get this:

     

    Any idea how I can fix this?

    Also, how would I use this workflow for a bracketed set of images that I want to merge in Aurora HDR?

    Thanks,

    John Cooklis

     

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    John Cooklis

    Margaret,

    I did get past the above error by telling Aurora to install plugins again.  Now when I try this, I get the following:

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    John Cooklis

    So Luminar gives me the above error when I try to use Aurora as a plug-in.  When I'm in Aurora and try File->Open in->Luminar, it opens my browser and takes me to the web site so I can buy Luminar.  It appears these two programs do not work together.

    And there does not appear to be a good workflow for using both programs with a bracketed set of images when you want to use the auto distortion correction in Luminar.

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    Helena Carter

    Hi John,

     Please, reach out to our support team at https://skylum.com/support so we could look deeper into the issue.

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