I've the same speed performance problem of some other users in this forum.
Along three years, I bought Luminar 4, Luminar Ai and Aurora HDR, multiuser. Every one of these have its compromises, but Luminar Ai have the worst performances on every system that I worked on. I'm a sw developer and a photographer. My desktops are uptodated to the latest i7 processors, fast video cards, 64Gb for ram and top SSD. I fragmented my library in many little libraries, one for every project and each one with tens or few hundreds shots. I work with a Nikon D3300 and a Sony Alpha 7R III.
Nothing, nothing can changes the poor performances of the software when switching between photos, when loading preview from raw and so on.
You said in some other posts something like "Thank you for your input and I apologize for the inconvenience you had" but the speed of opertions is mentioned in hundred of posts from the first version until today, without any real solution. Unfortunately, excuses don't make software work better. You need seriousness and professionalism and a lot of work. You need to respect those who paid for a software that should be professional, who believed in you by buying it even before we could try it and then with the promise that it would get better.
So, my "solution" is to switch back to another software because editing a single shot coud be slightly faceable with Luminar, but working seriously on a project with one hundred of shots to check, modify and re-chek, is another work and your software isn't able to guaratee accettable performance.
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