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LR and DxO

jon m

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Lightroom version: 3.0 [ 20191017-0835-b386176 ] (Oct 17 2019)
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Windows 10
Is there any simple way to use DxO/Nik Effects with LR cloud? The only thing I can think of is configure it in Photoshop, then use Edit in PS from LR.

Downside is - I think - I end up with two files in cloud storage, and local (RAW and TIFF).
 

jon m

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Just found this previous thread (below), which I think answers my question (not sure why it didn't pop up in my search of the forum).

But if anyone else has other ideas/info pls chime in.


So the main thing I'm left with is, double files in storage (RAW and TIFF). Maybe that's a good thing, since it preserves the original and also my PS edits.
 
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