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Skylum allows millions of photographers to make incredible images faster with the power of AI. We make Luminar, Aurora HDR & AirMagic
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Skylum Software 11h
Hi Kevin! At the moment, our software is compatible only with macOS and Windows-based computers. The exact timing of Macs with the new Apple Silicon processors is unknown. Luminar AI won't support ARM64 in the initial release, but we hope to introduce Apple Silicon support later
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Skylum Software Oct 28
Replying to @PonteGaribaldi
Salve. Mi dispiace apprendere che hai problemi con il plugin. Per favore, contattaci tramite . Saremo lieti di aiutarti.
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Skylum Software Oct 28
Replying to @cinnamonredeye
The versions for macOS and Windows will ship this holiday season. We'll announce an expected date as we get closer to the launch.
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Skylum Software Oct 28
Replying to @IndusEyes
Hi - All of them include the same Luminar AI that's great for your photography style. The difference between the bundles is in the additional content. Plus bundle: + Luminar 4 that you can use before and after Luminar AI ships. Max b.: +Aurora HDR, and a deep-dive video course.
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Skylum Software Oct 28
Replying to @ByFaithVlog
Hi - That's because L4 uses a pure RAW converter. The rendered photo is how the image was taken by the camera. When the file is loaded, you see an embedded JPEG for a bit. Your camera uses it to display a preview, but it's not how it shot the photo, it's a beautified version.
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Skylum Software Oct 27
Replying to @blkrn735
Hi David - Some photographers prefer a more photojournalistic style with minimal edits, and other like to create photographic art. AI is a tool, and it is up to the artist to decide how they want to use it. :)
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Skylum Software Oct 27
Replying to @cinnamonredeye
Hi - We don't have immediate plans for an iPad app, but we are considering it for future development.
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Skylum Software Oct 27
Replying to @mike_dale_wales
Hi Mike! Sure, Luminar 4 and Luminar AI are both compatible with Catalina OS.
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Skylum Software Oct 26
Replying to @slingshotjack
Hi! Please reach our support team and we will investigate your case:
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Skylum Software Oct 26
Replying to @mmaren
Indeed, there is an issue with Photolemur extension for Photos on macOS Catalina. I am afraid there is no ETA for a fix yet. Please reach our support team so we could make it up to you:
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Skylum Software Oct 26
Replying to @vjspin3
Hi Ves! Yes, Luminar 4 and Luminar AI support HEIC format but only on Mac!
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Skylum Software Oct 26
Replying to @mmaren
Hi Michael! Are you on macOS Catalina?
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Skylum Software Oct 25
Replying to @pep_towers
Hello! For now, no, however, I will make sure to pass your feedback to the localization team.
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Skylum Software Oct 25
Replying to @mmaren
Hi Michael! We haven't abandoned Photolemur, are you facing any issues with it? We'd be glad to troubleshoot them via:
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Skylum Software Oct 23
Replying to @IvesPattie
Hi Pattie - No problem :) Your preorder includes the full version of Luminar AI and the plugin (but you don't have to use the plugin).
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Skylum Software Oct 23
Replying to @MissTinAPie
Hi - For now there several workarounds on how to do it in Luminar, and we're still working on the independent feature.
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Skylum Software Oct 23
Replying to @GMBridger
Gary - It should work! 😉 You may also want to check the system requirements, which you can do here:
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Skylum Software Oct 23
Replying to @GMBridger
Hi Gary - Please contact our support team and we will do our best to assist you
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Skylum Software Oct 22
Replying to @GMBridger
Hi Gary - If you're referring to Luminar AI that is coming later this year, Aperture is not supported. However, Luminar 4, our application that is currently, available does have Aperture support.
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Skylum Software Oct 22
Replying to @GMBridger
Hi Gary - It'll run, but it won't be blazing fast. Can you give us an idea of the specific specs you're working with? The most important factors for performance are RAM, Graphics Card, and storing your photos on an SSD.
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