1. Tom Green

    Tom Green

    Edit My Images:

    I can't find this posted previously. But I am having issues with some of the Nik collection being compatible with the MacBook Pro 2015 retina screen.

    Ones that look fine:
    • Analog Efex (retro filters and effects)
    • Color Efex (hue and tone)
    • Silver Efex (monochrome)
    • HDR Efex (high dynamic range)

    Ones that look pixelated: (these are the ones I really want)
    • Dfine (noise removal)
    • Viveza (selective color editing)
    • Sharpener (image sharpening)
    • HDR Efex (high dynamic range)
    I can't find any solution to this - are they supported on the retina screen?

    Also - only HDR efex seems to work as a plugin on LR - the rest don't - anyway around this?

    I have tried uninstalling and reinstalling.

    Any help is appreciated.

  2. Bebop


    Edit My Images:
    I have a macbook mid 2014 with a retina screen and am running LR Classic on MacOS Sierra 10.12.6. I haven't checked all of them but certainly silver efex pro opens vis LR no problem. I've just tried Viveza and that was fine too - no pixelation. I've just tried Dfine2 - also okay. Could it be to do with your settings from Lightroom? Although perhaps you are not getting that far. This is how mine is set up ...
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