All the details about the latest Avalanche update
Avalanche for Lightroom 1.2
Released: 4 July 2020
New in this version
This is an Avalanche update with a major new feature: the ability to migrate previews of your edited files.
- [NEW] : add the option to migrate previews of the edited files if available. Various new options let you control exactly under which circumstances these previews are migrated, and what is the minimum quality of previews that should be considered.
- [NEW] : filter out PDF files that could exist in Aperture.
- [IMPROVED] : added more security when dealing with corrupt EXIF values in Aperture.
- [FIXED] : some detected faces could have a 0 pixel rectangle in some circumstances
- [FIXED] : fixed a bad catalog formatting when choosing to merge the image and video hierarchies. As a result of this bug, some exported catalog could fail to be merged in a master catalog because of an error.
- [FIXED] : improved how we deal with images that had their capture date modified in Aperture.
Changes in v1.1.5
- [NEW] : a new icon has been added to identify catalogs synchronized in the cloud and a dedicated alert is shown before migration to prompt a verification for the local availability of all images
- [IMPROVED] : Lightroom catalog that are synchonized with mobile or with Lightroom CC (Cloud) are now fully taken into account. In previous releases, all images that were synchronized from the cloud would be ignored
- [FIXED] : some complex Lightroom adjustments could fail to be decoded properly.
- [FIXED] : the GPS latitude was not properly inserted in Lightroom.
- [FIXED] : the format of the captureDate for Lightroom XMP was fixed.
- [FIXED] : fixed a serious problem where some images or video would be migrated but would fail to appear in the target library.
- [FIXED] : fixed a memory consumption problem when migrating from Lightroom, that would cause the memory consumed by Avalanche to grow beyond reasonable levels.
- [FIXED] : it is now possible to cancel a migration from Lightroom.
- [IMPROVED] : migration performance is much better in some situations
- [FIXED] : many UI fixes, small performance and usability bug fixes.
The following features are not yet implemented or not yet fully functional : – MacOS 10.14 Mojave is required – Aperture’s dedicated Skin Tones and NaturalGray white balance settings are not yet handled – the following Aperture effects are not yet supported: Sepia Toning, Monochrome effects, Levels,… – the following adjustments are not converted at all (default values apply) : Noise Reduction, Sharpening
What to expect in the next updates ?
We expect to deliver the following features in the coming releases : – support for MacOS High Sierra (10.13) – almost finished – tentative support for Sepia toning, etc… – better conversion of adjustments such as sharpening, noise reduction, etc…. – add Apple Photos as a source.
Please contact us via our feedback form inside the app if you have specific requirements.
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