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Has CyberLink released a profile for the GoPro HERO7 Black? I've searched and can't find it.

I'm not that familiar with Lens Corrections, and Lens Profiles yet. I see the latest model with a profile is HERO6.

Would they be the same, or is there any word on the newer profiles? I'm editing underwater photos.

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Quote Has CyberLink released a profile for the GoPro HERO7 Black? I've searched and can't find it.

I'm not that familiar with Lens Corrections, and Lens Profiles yet. I see the latest model with a profile is HERO6.

Would they be the same, or is there any word on the newer profiles? I'm editing underwater photos.

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Without knowing whether that specific lens profile is available, it's very easy to simply try each lens and profile out and see how it looks. It's best if you have an image that clearly shows the fisheye (or whichever) distortion you're looking to correct, then it'll be pretty easy to see if any of the existing profiles will work.

There is also a slider to tweak that particular distortion, which is likely to have the biggest impact.
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Without knowing whether that specific lens profile is available, it's very easy to simply try each lens and profile out and see how it looks. It's best if you have an image that clearly shows the fisheye (or whichever) distortion you're looking to correct, then it'll be pretty easy to see if any of the existing profiles will work.

There is also a slider to tweak that particular distortion, which is likely to have the biggest impact.


I will do that, thank you. I guess it all goes back to... whatever makes it look the way I want it to look, right? Power Director 17 | Photo Director 10 | Win10 Home | Intel(R) Core(TM) i7-6700HQ CPU @ 2.60Gz, 2601 Mhz, 4 Core(s), 8 Logical Processor(s) | NVIDIA GeForce GTX 960M | Intel HD Graphics 530 |Dell 0H0CC0 | 119GB SanDisk X400 M.2 2280 128GB (SATA (SSD)) | 931GB Seagate ST1000LM024 HN-M101MBB (SATA)| NVIDIA Virtual Audio Device (Wave Extensible) (WDM) | 16.0GB Dual-Channel DDR3 @ 798MHz
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Quote I will do that, thank you. I guess it all goes back to... whatever makes it look the way I want it to look, right?

Right! You're the photographer/artist here, so you get to decide when it looks just right cool
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