A quick start guide illustrating how to get going with HDRtist NX.Capturing HDR images
Guide on the various different ways of capturing HDR images.HDRtist NX Controls
A list of the controls and what they do.
Select "Preferences" from the "HDRtist NX" menu in the menubar, then select "Disable" next to "Control effects".
We found with HDRtist NX that some machines running macOS 10.10 "Yosemite" are unstable, while others are not. If you're experiencing issues with HDRtist NX on macOS 10.10 "Yosemite" we would recommend updating to macOS 10.11 "El Capitan". In the cases were machines were crashing while running this version of the macOS, the crashes were resolved with a newer version of the macOS.
Please note that Apple may remove "El Capitan" from the Mac App Store at any time, and at which point we'd recommend choosing the latest OS version available.
So you've created your HDR and realized that it's not perfectly aligned, with other applications you'd have to start again, with HDRtist NX you can "Regenerate" your HDR image at any time *1.
*1 There are circumstance where this option is not available, such as dragging photos from Apple's "Photos" into HDRtist NX, if the HDRtist NX document gets deleted and re-saved or when using a single image.
Because HDRtist NX and HDRtist Pro are two very different beasts with very different HDR generation & tone mapping systems, it's currently not possible to directly convert from HDRtist Pro to HDRtist NX. We're working on improving that for a future version.