Photo Studio for Mac 6.2 : Release NotesYoko Zarry2020-04-20T16:52:40+00:00
ACDSee Photo Studio for Mac 6.2
Fixed an issue where the application may occasionally crash upon launching.
Fixed a crash that may occur when setting or resetting preferences.
Fixed an issue where items on connected non-local volumes would not be handled correctly if that volume was previously disconnected while ACDSee was open.
Fixed an issue where database records of items on non-local volumes would be removed if that volume was disconnected during Import Database.
In the File List pane, file type icon is missing if file type is .afphoto.
Assigning metadata via the Batch tool fails if preceded by a Move or Copy action.
Embedding ACDSee Metadata may fail if file type is PNG.
When embedding ACDSee Metadata, or writing GPS or Reverse Geocode info to many files, a delay may occur before the operation begins.
Search by EXIF Shutter Speed Value returns incorrect results. Workaround: search by EXIF Exposure Time.
Image doesn’t fit display when app moved to another monitor and Full Screen enabled.
File List items are sorted by name if items are uncataloged and sort method is based on EXIF or IPTC metadata.
Find Duplicates tool doesn’t work with iCloud Drive.
Restore Database will not begin if the database to be restored is currently open. Workaround: close all apps that are using the database to be restored.
Disconnecting an iOS device while importing will crash ACDSee.
Move to Trash will not work on images stored on cameras.
Batch Copy and Batch Move will not work for images stored on cameras.
PTP (Picture Transfer Protocol) not supported.
Develop mode changes are not remembered when group is deactivated.
No method available to view RGB values while using Eye Dropper to set White Balance.
Cannot copy read-only EXIF metadata values to the clipboard.
Cannot read any ACDSee Metadata embedded in BMP, CUR, DDS, EXR, GIF, HDR, ICO, JP2, MEF, PBM, PSD, or TGA.
Batch Copy operation hangs when Place in subfolder option enabled, “Date” token added to the Name, and date format includes slash character (“/”). Workaround: In System Preferences > Language & Region > Advanced… > Dates, remove “/” from the desired format.
Import ignores video portion of Live Photos.
Keyword/Category assignment may fail if target is unscanned image basket item.
ACDSee will not function correctly if the ACDSee database is locked or read-only.
ACDSee does not support multiple clients connecting to the same database. ACDSee will become unresponsive if trying to connect to a database that is already open in another instance of ACDSee.
Status bar count may be wrong if empty smart folder selected.
Watermark tool Center button doesn’t center watermark for all images in the Batch if images are different sizes.
Running Batch Add Watermark while an unsupported image is in preview does not apply watermark.
Compare Images Active View is empty if selected image is an orphan.
Startup time may be impacted if Image Basket contains many items.
External Editors feature does not support images on cameras.
Keyboard shortcuts assigned to commands that can be renamed, (such as Categories, Batch Presets, External Editors), need to be re-assigned if command is renamed.
On macOS 10.14 and 10.15, writing a Spotlight Comment fails with error “Source file not found”.
Adding media files (e.g. audio, video files) to Image Basket is not supported.
The folder tree fails to refresh after cut/paste or drag-and-drop Move operations. Workaround: View > Refresh Folders Pane (option + command + R).
PSD files cannot be placed on the Map.
It’s highly recommended to embed ACDSee Metadata prior to importing or restoring a database from a previous version of ACDSee.
When importing a previous version’s database, please ensure the previous version of the application is closed.
Importing a previous version’s database may cause the Date Modified timestamp to update but does not modify the actual contents of the database.
In macOS 10.15 Catalina, apps require permission before directly accessing files in certain folders and external volumes. Please allow ACDSee to access files when prompted, or as follows: go to System Preferences > Security & Privacy > Privacy > Files and Folders, find ACDSee, and check the applicable boxes.
ACDSee writes metadata to a sidecar file in a hidden subfolder relative to the original file if filetype is HEIC.
To activate your software, to validate your subscriptions, or to access online services, you will need a valid email address and an internet connection.