Thanks! I just played around with this for a while. Here are some thoughts…
I had to add the ARQ file type manually in the preferences to get the file browser to show ARQ files. But at least there was an option to do it…
The motion correction is pretty amazing! Even if you have not tried to optimize parameters for the Sony, it looks great. I really didn’t see any issues at all.
It did take quite a lot of sharpening to get it to look like the Imaging Edge output. So the presumed resolution gains of PS still seem rather small.
I have the Dell 5K monitor (218ppi). To get the image to look the right 1:1 size, I had to use a zoom of 50%. Is the UI applying a 2x fudge factor for my monitor? This has the added disadvantage that I can’t see sharpening effects unless I zoom in to what is effectively 2:1 to me.
A request… It’s really slow to pan around at 1:1. It would be great if RT rendered the whole image at 1:1 and allowed instant panning. I have plenty of memory in my machine–and Lightroom does this.
Anyway, thanks for making the special build so quickly. It looks like it will be easy for RT to support Sony pixel shift and motion correction.