Auto Adjust Quick Devlop vs Develop Module

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In LR Classic: Using the Auto Adjust in the Quick Develop of the LIBRARY MODULE seems to give slightly different results than using AUTO ADJUST in the DEVELOP Module. It is not not a big deal for me, but depending on how one processes their images, others might feel differently
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Jim Robertson

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Posted 1 year ago

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Johan Elzenga, Champion

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Yes, this is a known issue. For speed reasons, the auto adjust in the library module makes its calculations based on the library preview.
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John R. Ellis, Champion

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More precisely, Import and Quick Develop Auto use lower-resolution versions of the images from the Camera Raw cache (which is different from the previews constructed for Library).
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You're in luck, I just added this request 10 minutes ago! Please add your 'Me To' vote, 'Follow,' and any comments to support the request.  It does a make a difference with many picture types. At the very least it's a better rendering when Auto Settings uses the full-resolution image data for calculating  the control adjustments.


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