I am facing the same question, pity that no one has responded.
Did you find a reply by yourself Franz ?
Normally, in-camera corrections apply to only JPG and TIF files.
The raw files may contain data about the corrections, but since raw files are not image files the corrections are not "applied".
Since the correction data is proprietary to Canon in this case, LR is not going to read it out of the raw file. Instead LR will apply its own corrections to the image interpreted from the raw file, if you have the corrections turned on.
Thank you, I read some news today that say the same thing. What I'm wondering is that with an image viewer (NoMacs) I do not see the difference between a JPG and a CR2, whereas the JPG should be corrected .. in short, I will consider the raws as Uncorrected and do this in LR, thanks!
What I'm wondering is that with an image viewer (NoMacs) I do not see the difference between a JPG and a CR2, whereas the JPG should be corrected
Hypothesis: Perhaps Nomacs is showing the JPEG preview embedded in the raw file, rather than rendering the raw pixels, and the preview has the correction applied. (Many viewers just display the embedded previews.)