Jeff Stephens wrote:First: if images from supported cameras are not visible, then delete your cache folder or try to re-import them. If that's still not helping, PM me and we'll dig into more details
Thanks for the tips. Worked like a charm. I can now check the OM-D E-M5 sample files that I have.
Jeff Stephens wrote:Other bugs: ya'll have reported more bugs than were fixed in this release. We really appreciate all bug reports - and just because we didn't close every one of them doesn't mean that those bug reports are not valuable. We decided it was critical to get this release with it's 20 additional cameras out to ya'll as quickly as possible, so some known, repeatable issues are still present. Every software release goes through that same balancing act (hardware released, too).
I think you have hit the balance well this time. And I expect the next update will contain further bug-fixes and more new Camera Models.
Jeff Stephens wrote:For the new HR process: the controls are now more of a parallel to how Fill Light works: there's one control on the Basic tab, and two on the Tone tab. The 'Highlights' affects the amount of recovery that's performed, and the HR Range controls how far down the histogram to adjust. Recovering highlights involes pulling the brightest areas down a bit in exposure - and a high HR Range value will affect more of the brighter images, while a small value will focus the exposure and recovery only on the very brightest pixels.
Thanks for the explanation. I like the way you implemented this - makes the tools much more usable.