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Version 2.8.2 has been released!

Updated: 4 days ago

This version brings a number of new features and bug fixes.


The built-in RAW engine has got a big upgrade and it is now nearly twice as fast than before. There is an Exposure Compensation (EV) slider that you can configure in the Toolbar and a new Auto Tone Curve menu item. You can apply these to the RAW file to help with the assessment of the RAW image.


The file caching algorithm has been significantly enhanced to bring better cache hits. The cache size is now dynamically configured base on the amount of memory installed and whether the built-in RAW engine is enabled. It is recommended that you leave the File Cache in Auto mode for best performance.


Videos can now be played during slideshow. Press spacebar to pause the slideshow and let the video play. When you have enough of the video, press spacebar again to resume the slideshow.


You can now tag a folder in the Folder Browser. Just right click on the Folder Browser to bring up the Context Menu, and select the color tag you want. It is limited to one color tag per folder.


You can now add EXIF Digitized/Create Date if the JPEG file has not got this metadata.


There are also a number of bug fixes for app crashes and enhancements to the app.


ExifTool has been updated to version 12.07.

We hope you enjoy all the new features in this version!

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