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    Adobe Tips to Improve Lightroom Performance

    Adobe has released an official document containing tips to maximize Lightroom performance. I found this section pretty revealing:

    Order of Develop operations

    The best order of Develop operations to increase performance is as follows:

    1. Spot healing.
    2. Geometry corrections, such as Lens Correction profiles and Manual corrections, including keystone corrections using the Vertical slider.
    3. Global non-detail corrections, such as Exposure and White Balance. These corrections can also be done first if desired.
    4. Local corrections, such as Gradient Filter and Adjustment Brush strokes.
    5. Detail corrections, such as Noise Reduction and Sharpening.


    Note:
    Performing spot healing first improves the accuracy of the spot healing, and ensures the boundaries of the healed areas match the spot location.


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    Adobe Tips to Improve Lightroom Performance

    Thanks for the link.

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    Re: Adobe Tips to Improve Lightroom Performance

    What exactly doe this reveal?

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    Re: Adobe Tips to Improve Lightroom Performance

    Quote Originally Posted by FOBS View Post
    What exactly doe this reveal?
    IMHO it shows the recommended sequence to post process your images and which features use the most resources (and thus what slows your system).
    Last edited by Eduard; 12-14-2012 at 10:36 PM.
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    Re: Adobe Tips to Improve Lightroom Performance

    Interesting. Thanks for posting Ed.
    John





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