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I have a problem with Aurora HDR 2019 and Lightroom. They don't seem to understand well each other in some operations. When I export 3 images, either "Open Source files" or "Edit a Copy with Lightroom Adjustments" mode, Aurora HDR tends to overexpose and burn high lights in the same proportion as the highest exposure frame. If there are burnt lights in the frame with +2Ev, then the same lights will be burnt in the same amount in the image shown by Aurora HDR and in the output file. This happens even when correct exposure of images has been detected (-2Ev, 0Ev, +2Ev). This problem is very disappointing, as an HDr is supposed to avoid burnt out lights.
If it is Lightroom that creates an HDR with 3 images and exports the resulting .dng to Aurora HDR, then in Aurora dialog appears as underexposed -2EV, even though it is correctly exposed, and the program compensates it by overexposing the HDR +2EV image, and the resulting image is burned again. This can be corrected by manually adjusting to -2EV exposure in Aurora HDR, but every time a preset is applied the problem appears again.
Is there any way to indicate to Aurora HDR manually what is the correct exposure of a frame, so that this problem could be solved?
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