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    Alina Skylum

    Hi!

    The Rasterize Layer option was made to decrease the number of filters needed to be recalculated when something in the existing layer stack is changed.  If you convert a layer to a Rasterize Layer, then Luminar won't have to calculate the filters on that layer again (except upon Export).  This is used when you have a lot of filters on a layer and you want to try some finishing touches with it, but without having to wait for Luminar to recalculate the entire image.  It takes less time to process when a layer is rasterized, and the application uses significantly less memory after this action.

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    Thank you for the explanation.

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