FastRawViewer 1.5.4 Release

FastRawViewer 1.5.4

Camera support:

  • Canon EOS M6 Mark II, EOS 90D
  • Fujifilm X-A7, X-Pro3
  • GoPro HERO5, HERO6, HERO7, Fusion
  • Leica C-Lux
  • Olympus E-M5 Mark III
  • Sony ILCE-6100, ILCE-6600
  • Better support for Nikon Coolscan NEF files
  • Preliminary support: Canon EOS M200

Minor Features / Bugfixes

  • Meets Apple notarization requirements, compatible with macOS 10.15 Catalina.
  • Preferences - File Handling - File formats - Default image to display: Same as previous: behavior changed:
  • current image type is saved on program close/recalled on new launch.
  • current image type will not be reset on folder change or Grid/Single image view change.
  • Menu - Select - Save Selection to file: file list is always recorded in current sort order.
  • Change: new hidden bit field configuration parameter DNGPreferLargestImage:
    • bit 0: if set, FRV will select largest DNG subimage (default: select 1st subimage)
    • bit 1: if set, FRV will extract Enhanced DNG image if present in DNG file
  • DXO Photolab3 added to the list of known applications.
  • Adobe Photoshop 2020 added to the list of known applications.
  • Cosmetics: Use XMP for RAW files setting renamed to Use XMP
  • Cosmetics: Clear _Rejected folder menu item get renamed on rejected subfolder name change to reflect actual _Rejected subfolder name.
  • Bugfix: extended lens data was not displayed correctly for Pentax cameras.
  • Bugfix: Menu - View - Show Histogram/Exposure stats state was not restored on program restart even if Preferences - Interface - Restore last View settings was checked.
  • Bugfix: rating stars were not visible if 'display below thumbnail' was selected simultaneously with "Selective/Active item contrast" setting being set to its highest value.
  • Bugfix: XMP tag tiff:Rotation was used for Grid/Filmstrip even if XMP use was disabled.
  • Bugfix: Some RGBA and RGB multi-channel TIFFs may have been displayed incorrectly.


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