DxO and their completely ridiculous licensing
I'm using Previously I used DxO Optics pro to adjust and correct some of my images. But because of their stupid licensing system I've been forced to use other solutions lately.
And my conclusion is that you probably don't need DxO.
I'm using several professional software packages. Adobe Lightroom, Photoshop, Final Cut Pro, iStopMotion Pro. Elgato Turbo HD, Apple Keynote etc. Pretty expensive and professional software.
I'm working on several different computers. But my main workstations are:
1. My MacBook Pro (on the road)
2. My 24" iMac (at home)
3. My MacMini (for time consuming batch jobs)
I would guess that laptop + desktop machine ...