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Is it normal for my edit in the x raw studio program to take at least 4 second to either switch raw photo or my any specific edit. For instance, every time i change the film simulation, it takes at least 4 seconds for it to process. I am currently working on a i7 10th gen laptop spectre hp with a built in  gtx 1650ti graphics card so it should be capable. it doesnt even take a half a second for me to make any changes in  capture one . I am wondering is this normal. are there anyone else that is experiencing slow processing on the x raw studio program. is there any changes i can do to improve the speed of the program. i am under the impression that its the camera that does all the processing so does it mean my computer is non effective towards the processing speed. When watching videos on youtube, i see other people working on x raw studio and their processing speed was no where near as slow as mines.

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Late comment but I think the USB connection could impact this (USB 2 being slower than USB 3 etc.). I also believe the length of the USB cable would impact (I recall there being a length limit advised somewhere in the manual). Sorry not a technology guru but maybe this helps. 

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