FastRawViewer 2.0.4 Release

FastRawViewer 2.0.4

This is a rolling update with added camera / format support and some new minor features.

Camera support

  • Canon CR3 film rolls/raw burst
  • OM System OM-1

New features/minor fixes

  • Implemented GPU Legacy mode to support some non-compatible drivers/hardware
  • Context menu was not displayed if some non-default settings were used
  • Hidden settings scripts: CanonEnableMakernotesOrientation (default)/CanonDisableMakernotesOrientation. If disabled: TIFF:Orientation tag is used instead of orientation recorded by camera
  • ISO value display: if EXIF:ISO tag is equal to 65535 and EXIF:StandardOutputSensitivity is greater then 65535 then StandardOutputSensitivity value is displayed.
  • New settings scripts: ReducedFoldersFunctions/StandardFoldersFunctions to set same setting ouside of FastRawViewer
  • Windows: ReducedFoldersFunctions script added to Windows start menu
  • Bug fixed: incorrect button state displayed in XMP Metadata panel if same button was pressed twice

Download Links

 

Comments

Canon CR3 film rolls/raw burst sounds good! But how can I access the informations?

Only 1st image in sequence is displayed.  RawDigger (beta) supports frame selection for burst/film roll: https://www.rawdigger.com/news/rawdigger-1-4-6-beta

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Alex Tutubalin/FastRawViewer team

Sorry,
Unfortunately, due to a translation error, I confused Canon CR3 film rolls/raw burst with Auto Exposure Bracketing (AEB).

So my question: Will there be a way to display/mark CR2 and CR3 images taken with Auto Exposure Bracketing (AEB) specially as well? That would be very helpful and certainly realizable, because in Canon DPP these images are marked with an appropriate symbol!

Thanks a lot for the great support!

There is no special marks based on EXIF values.  Exposure corrrection used is displayed in EXIF Summary line and in Exp.Comp. EXIF field (if enabled)

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Alex Tutubalin/FastRawViewer team

Thanks a lot for the quick support for OM-1 RAW file, I checked the beta, and it seems to work well on a M1 Macbook with macOS 12.0
There is only one minor glitch I found: in the EXIF section the ISO value seems to be capped at 65535. The relase notes for the RawDigger 1.4.6 Beta mentions that EXIF support is limited, so this may be a known issue.
But I thought I'd let you know, and if you need test files with ISO 80000 and 1024300 you can find them in this folder: https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1f_snSl1mPO_Vpv_QqBIWy2rIaPCv5tEr

Again, thanks a lot four your great work! 

Dear Steffen:

Thank you for the sample files. 80000/102400 ones contains EXIF ISO tag with value 65535: this is EXIF standard limitation for the ISO tag.



All files/vendors with higher ISO requires some kind of special handling. We'll try to implement this for Olympus/OM System too (this is first Olympus camera with so high ISO range)

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Alex Tutubalin/FastRawViewer team

Followup: Fixed in FRV 2.0.4 build 1910

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Alex Tutubalin/FastRawViewer team

It works as expected with the new build!

Gostaria de saber como faço para visualizar as miniaturas dos arquivos com as edições feitas em cada arquivo. 

FastRawViewer displays embedded thumbnails for grid and filmstrip views (for the speed reasons: to not render 10-100 RAW files at same time, this is just not possible on today hardware.

So, Single View mode adjustments are not reflected in grid/filmstrip.

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Alex Tutubalin/FastRawViewer team

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