How to make Aurora read Geometry corrections from Adobe Raw

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    Victoria Grace

    Hi Richard,

    Could you please send us you created brackets so that we could check them on our end? Here's how you can send us the file:

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    3. Click Add your files.
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    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.
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    8. After the files have finished uploading, click Copy Link and paste it into the email to support@skylum.com

    Also, please, include the URL to this link so that we could refer to it. Thanks in advance!

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    Richard van den Boogaard

    Coming your way.

    Look forward to your response.

    I am currently doing the HDR autobracketing sequencing, and saving out the results as PSDs.

    Seems like I'm going to have to open up 267 images in Photoshop and apply a Adobe Raw filter on each one of them to make the geometry correction happen. Rather tedius, so if there could be a way for Aurora to let the user decide upon import which of the corrections from Adobe RAW will be imported along, that would make things a lot easier.

    I discovered that Aurora also defaults back to the color profile of how the image was shot (I had set it to 5600K instead of 3200K in-camera, knowing that you can easily change it afterwards), irrespective of my color correction in Adobe RAW.

    Thanks,

    Richard

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    Victoria Grace

    Sounds great! As soon as we receive it we'll get back to your on this via the email. Thanks in advance!

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