To use this update, you must have ACDSee Photo Manager 2009 (Build 85, 108 or 113) installed on your computer.
About this Update
This update is for English. For the German, French and Japanese versions, change the site language accordingly.
An issue in ACDSee 2009 was recently identified, reproduced and addressed as a high priority.
This issue, although rare, can result in images being lost during some file operations. This issue has been reproduced when performing a Batch Set Information operation on images over a network connection but could also result from other operations and image locations in some unverified cases.
While we are confident that instances of this issue are isolated and are not experienced by most users, we recommend that all users install this update.
This update to ACDSee Photo Manager 2009 also includes the following fixes:
- Images which had GPSLatitude or GPSLongitude EXIF values where the minute contained more than 4 digits past the decimal place were truncated
- The application would ‘shift’ the decimal in GPSLatitude or GPSLongitude fields in the second part of the coordinate in some situations
- The application would not update the EXIF Camera Date/Time field once that value had been written once
- GPSLatitude or GPSLongitude EXIF fields that contained a very high number of decimal places would cause the wrong values to be displayed in the Properties pane and these values were then written back into the file – overwriting the original value
- The application was not correctly writing GPS coordinate values when creating the XMP block resulting in loss of the Latitude/Longitude Reference value.
- Saving a .RW2 file as a .TIFF could cause a crash if ‘preserve metadata’ option was on
- Corrupt files could cause a crash due to a problem in the Quarantine Files feature
- Large TIFF files sometimes crashed when being taken into the Editor
- RW2 files were not being correctly associated with the application
And also includes fixes from previous build 108:
- Users can now choose which files they want to embed database information into
- Users can now easily retrieve a list of all items that need database information embedded with the Embed Pending special item
- After Embed process completed, user can now view errors and/or feedback on embedded files
- Converting a database from a previous version of ACDSee now only flags items that have database information for embedding
- Embedding progress dialog now indicates filenames
- When XMP Embed feature cannot write to a file it will no longer disable the program
- Skip feature in Copy To function now operates correctly, skipping only duplicate files