I have LR4.1 and PS CS6 extended.
After I saved in PS and came back in LR I got "The file uses an unsupported bit depth."
Should I finetune my settings or how could I do HDR the way its done in this video?
I have Win7 Pro 64bit as OS.
Awesome video Julieanne! Thank you so much for demonstrating this. I first saw the beta changelog for 4.1 and immediately was blown away by the fact that we could now edit 32 bit images.
I've been doing it ever since the release. The outcome is always natural and beautiful: Something I've been lusting for from different tone-mapping plugins for a very long time. The local adjustments are wonderful too, and really do save a lot of time in a workflow.
Thank you so much Julieanne! Now I can really convince people to follow this path.
Had the same error -- looks like you have to change the Lightroom Preferences, External Editing tab
to a FILE FORMAT=TIFF.
shut down LR then start up.
Can anyone verify that a PSD file format cannot be used???
It would seem that LR4.1 can only edit 32 bit TIF files not 32 bit PSD. To work as described in the video the Lightroom preferences need to be changed to default to editing TIF in PS CS4/5/6 instead of PSD.
I tried this but I received the message "the file appears to be unsupported or damaged". Really bummed because I cannot seem to get a 32-bit HDR image to be saved and seen in both LR 4.2 and CS6.
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