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Camera Bits releases Photo Mechanic 4.5.4  
Wednesday, November 19, 2008 | by Rob Galbraith
Camera Bits has released version 4.5.4 of Photo Mechanic, its pro photo browsing and transmitting application for Mac and Windows. Minor feature tweaks and bug fixes are the main changes in this release, which is a free update for those who licensed the software on or after March 2007.

Photo Mechanic 4.5.4 is available for download here, or via the Software Update mechanism of the program itself. The user guide was also recently amended, and is current as of v4.5.3.

The changes are described in the version history below:

Version 4.5.4

  • Fixed a problem with the sRGB color profile being embedded into (e.g. FTP) uploaded, non-original (i.e. saved as) JPEGs that were shot in a different color space (e.g. AdobeRGB).
  • (Mac) Fixed issue with the Structured Keywords Panel failing to operate correctly after being closed and re-opened.
  • (Win) The Structured Keywords Panel now sorts correctly for non-English languages.
  • (Win) Added verify disc option for CD/DVD burning. Improved reliability of burning discs.
  • Fixed a problem where DNG files would sometimes lose their Adobe Camera RAW settings in the embedded XMP when edited with Photo Mechanic.
  • JPEGs edited by Nikon Capture NX and saved as NEF now show results of image adjustments instead of original JPEG.
  • Now shows embedded previews for Panasonic RAW files if they exist.
  • Relaxed QuickTime compatibility check for large monochrome PSD files.
  • Delta GMT time is left unchanged when editing IPTC Time from the IPTC Info dialog.
  • Snapshots from the SaveAs dialog now remember the Convert to sRGB and Sharpen settings.
  • Removed PhotoShelter Collection uploader (due to service being discontinued).
  • Removed Digital Railroad uploader (due to service being discontinued).
  • (Win) Fixed a problem opening multiple photos into Photoshop CS4.
  • (Win) Photo Mechanic now accounts for Windows display resolution settings higher than 96 DPI when resizing dialogs.

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