pdxrjt wrote:I hope that Corel does a better job than Bibble in making a usable interface. IMHO, Bibble (which I tried briefly when my camera's RAW files were not supported by anyone else) had the most unintuitive workflow of any program I can imagine. Perhaps once people got used to it.... but for me, it was a nightmare. As soon as PSP added RAW support for my camera, I dropped Bibble.
I've been testing various RAW editors/converters and that is how I came across this Bibble/Corel news. I have always used DPP to handle my files, and then edit in Photoshop....and more recently PSPx4. In my tests PSPx4 has actually come up with better conversions than DPP (although softer, since there is no sharpening applied...correct?)! Which was surprising to me.
PSPx4's RAW conversion seems very basic. The question I have is, is there a benefit to creating a "perfect" RAW conversion in a more robust RAW converter over using a basic RAW conversion to 16-bit Tiff that needs more edits in PSP?