[HaJo Schatz schrieb am 14.2.2020 um 12:43 Uhr:] >Anyway, Subhash, are you expecting your "edits" such as exposure, >colors, sharpness, etc to be imported into darktable from lightroom? If >that would be possible at all then my world would collapse... Those >things - the processing pipeline - are proprietary to lightroom and will >probably never ever be supported by darktable.
>The only thing you can expect to import is the metadata (Title, >copyright, tags, ... I.e. text that you entered in lightroom). Maybe >this would shed some light: https://mathiashueber.com/migrate-from- >lightroom-to-open-source-alternative/ Then my information is not correct or I understood it wrong. Look: >>We can classify the importation support in three categories: >> >> 100% accurate: >> crop >> rotation >> flip >> tags >> >> Mostly accurate: >> exposure / blacks >> grain >> tone curve (only lightness supported) >> color zones >> local contrast >> >> Needs tweaking: >> vignette – The forms are not imported (rounded box effect). >> spots removal – There is two kind of processing on Lightroom >>(clone, heal). From <https://www.darktable.org/2013/02/importing-lightroom-development/> Also Bruce Williams reported in his first video of "understanding darktable" that he could preserve about 98% of the work he has done in Lightroom over the years. (Thank you for the link; I red this before.) ____________________________________________________________________________ darktable user mailing list to unsubscribe send a mail to darktable-user+unsubscr...@lists.darktable.or