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I'd like to suggest that with the release of the new Capture One Pro 9, perhaps Fujifilm could bundle the program in the way Sony has, instead of Silkypix. If you agree it would be a better alternative, maybe you could add an encouraging comment. Fujifilm is happy to improve the firmware, why not try to achieve a better image processing arrangement? The bundled Silkypix is pretty much ditched on opening by most people, being about as popular as scabies. The Adobe processing is still not the best. It'd be a real enhancement to Fuji's prestige to have such a comprehensive image editor that produces such superb results and users would gain better file handling, no longer having to pass files back and forwards between apps as they often do just now. Sony has done it. Surely Fuji can make it viable also. What do you think?
Silkypix just had an update. I haven't tried Silkypix in years, as it was terribly slow. For the heck of it I downloaded it and tried it out today and it moves along just find and converts as fast as LR. I hate the terminology and interface, and will need to take a tutorial.... Why do I see so many complaints about Silkypix being slow? Did the update resolve something? Why the bad rap, besides the odd language and interface? -Peter