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Luminar 4.3.3

Skylum, the creators of Luminar 4, Luminar AI and Aurora HDR have announced an update to their Luminar 4 software package (version 4.3.3). This update is primarily a performance and bug-fix update which is free for all Luminar 4 Owners.

The update brings the following changes / additions / fixes:

 

NEW camera support

Luminar 4.3.3 now supports new cameras as well as lossy compressed CR3 files and lossy compressed RAF files.

Try Luminar 4 with your latest cameras, including:
Canon EOS R5, EOS R6, EOS 850D, and EOS-1D X Mark III (lossy compressed files)
Fujifilm X-S10
Leica M10-R, S3, and SL2-S
and even more (full camera list here – http://l.skylum.com/luminar-4-supported-camera)

Performance improvements


WINDOWS IMPROVEMENTS


With the latest update, you can:
Perform any aberration or auto distortion correction on fit to screen and while zooming to 100% while retaining image clarity
Comfortably use Looks created in the latest version of Luminar 4 for macOs in Luminar 4 for Windows
Launch Luminar 4 without a hitch in plugin mode even after setting it up from the installer
Click the Crop Tool while working in the Erase tool without crashes
Smoothly copy and paste adjustments with texture masking

MACOS IMPROVEMENTS

We’ve caught and fixed 7 major bugs on macOS that could lead to crashes or unexpected results.
With the latest update, you can:
Perform any aberration or auto distortion correction on fit to screen and while zooming to 100% while retaining image clarity
Comfortably use Looks created in the latest version of Luminar 4 for macOS on your Windows devices.
Replace a photo in a folder during export from single image view without problems
Easily switch to the Edit tab on Macs from 2009 and early 2010
Keep all paths from Luminar 4 to your images in the Pictures folder intact when updating macOS
Open a raw image in Photoshop 2021 as a 16-bit file and edit it in Luminar 4 as a plugin while retaining image quality
Use Luminar as a plugin for Photoshop or Lightroom without Luminar freezing after returning an image from an adjustment layer

 

To update, simply open up the Luminar 4 app and you should be prompted to download the update, you may need to re-install the Photoshop and lightroom plugins after the update for these to work.

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