How does RC handle white balance if the camera is in auto white balance?
Or if i change white balance in lightroom?
If I save the changes in a sidecar file will RC read the changes? If so just white balance or other stuff too?
The reason I ask, using tiff's in RC is extremely slow compared to other formats. JPG's are one of the fastest if not the fastest, but after including the export time, it is then slower than just processing the RAW's in RC.
I frequently use mixed cameras ( Sony A7RIII, Drone, and Phone...ect ) and things like exposure, and white balance can vary. I believe in DNG files the changes are saved directly to the file, not needing a sidecar file, unlike the Sony .arw RAW files. If RC handles DNG's "better" it might be more efficient for me just to convert the Sony's to DNG, as all my other cameras are DNG RAW's already and would just be less pre-processing and exporting.
Any insight into how RC handles RAW files would be appreciated and would save me and my computer many hours of testing.
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