Males me wonder why porting ACR or LrC Develop module to Apple Silicon is taking so long. Is the delay more than just porting and also has more redesign work to offer significantly more speed or some new features? Hopefully Adobe can release it by the June WWDC event, if not before.
Details about the problems with plugins and CEP extensions. Plugins need to be updated to run on Apple Silicon. Extensions previously made for CEP need to be ported to UXP.
I spoke too soon. ACR on my Mini is still an Intel app. I guess Adobe will release both ACR and LRC for as Universal apps at the same time. Hopefully that will be no later than the April product marketing event.
We now have PS, ACR and Lr (lite) running as Universal apps that can do Apple Silicon, or x86 CPUs. So indeed the missing piece is LrC. Makes you wonder what bug they have found that was not already found in the other apps.
It was nice to see Photoshop and ACR move to native mode Apple Silicon by becoming "Universal" apps. PS was definitely faster on my M1 Mini. With PS, ACR, and Lr all moved to native mode, we are just waiting for the move of LrC to Universal status. Hopefully that will also give a...
This release lets us reorder the edit panel to match the order in which the functions execute. Calibration was listed last....it is the first. Profile was at the top and it is actually one of the last to execute.
When we moved to M1 minis, the wife and I also moved to Thinktank P32y-10 32" 4k wide-gamut monitors. We have been delighted with them. The also have a TB3 hub so you can chain TB3 devices off of them.
The link is from Gentlemen Coders which is led by the former head of Apple's Aperture development team. I think part of the message is that while a ProRaw image inside a DNG file format, it is not a dng file like those from DSLRs or dedicated mirrorless cameras. So the processing tools for...
Suggestion: Limp through on the current MBP until Apple releases a 16" MRP with Apple Silicon ( M1X or M2) this spring.
BTW, love my M1 Mini with 16GB and 1TB SSD. Have it chained via TB3 to a 32" wide gamut monitor, to a 8TB G-drive HDD for Time Machine, and a Netstor box with two 2TB SSDs...