Aurora HDR is incompatible with Adobe DNG files (16bit floating point linear DNG HDR files)

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    Helga Rowles

    Hi Robert!
    Please let me reiterate my colleague's reply to the post you're referring to:

    "When Lightroom creates a merge, it writes -2 EV into the exif, even though the merge is properly exposed. Aurora tries to compensate for what it thinks is underexposure, and this results in artifacts. We recommend to check the EV of the merge you send from Lightroom to Aurora and correct it if necessary"

    If it doesn't help, could you please send us the files you're working with? 

    1. Visit https://wetransfer.com/
    2. If it's your first time visiting this website, it might ask you to purchase a subscription. Simply select to proceed with the free version.
    3. Click Add your files.
    4. Select the file(s) on your computer.
    5. After you see all the files you need to send appear in the list, click the icon to the left of the Transfer button (the icon looks like a circle with three dots in it).
    6. In Send As select Link.
    7. Click Transfer.
    8. After the files have finished uploading, click Copy Link and paste it into your support request at skylum.com/support.
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