Thanks, that makes a huge difference for me. I was about to pull the trigger, but now I hesitate. Why would they cripple PureRaw to that extent. Too bad, now I may have to wait to Black Friday and get Photolab instead.DxO pureRAW applies the DxO algorithms with the default settings only.
You cannot modify the level of correction to your personnal taste.
The default DxO settings are too strong for me.
As a PhotoLab user, it's not a problem, as I can choose whatever level of correction I prefer (I set DeepPrime to 30 instead of 40, optical sharpness to -1 instead of 0, and vignetting to 50% as 100% tends to overcorrect a little bit).
Your prefered settings would be probably different from mine.
With DxO PureRAW, everyone gets the same
That's not necessarily a problem, but the limits have to be clear.
There seems to be no possible further upgrade to PhotoLab.