Strange reddish tint to all images

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    Marco Marrocco

    Hi Robert,

    Since you mentioned PS/Lightroom, can you try and export the raw files to DNGs and see if the colors look more accurate in Aurora? 

    One thing I have learned after using Aurora for several years, is that even if your camera model is supported, it just seems to play nicer and be overall more reliable with DNG files, rather than the camera's native RAW format; so if you're going for color accuracy, the extra step is probably worth it.

    Hope this helps. Happy Holidays.

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    Marco

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    Helga Rowles

    Hi Robert,

    Could you please specify your camera model?

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    Robert Burr

    Using Adobe's Raw to DNG converter completely fixes the problem. It looks like raw files from the Lumix FZ-1000-M2 are not playing nicely with Aurora. I have two other Lumix cameras that do not exhibit such issues. Is this something that can be fixed in Aurora HDR 1.01?

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    Margaret Bright

    Robert, it looks like your camera is not supported by Aurora HDR. Indeed, in such cases, converting the images to DNG helps.

    At this time, we don't have an ETA on when the newer cameras support is going to be added to Aurora HDR, but please stay tuned.

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    Matt Orth

    https://community.skylum.com/hc/en-us/community/posts/4405075624594/comments/4405160732434

    Aurora users have been “staying tuned” since 2019.  

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