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  1. I'm finding the same as Hectorsm. It seems to only happen with images opened from raw files. JPG and TIFF seem OK. Using Windows 10.
  2. steverh

    Olympus Raw Suport

    Works for me on Windows.
  3. Yes, search the AP install folder for the Resources folder and simply drop the new exiftool.exe in there. I renamed the old one just in case I need to go back to it.
  4. Excellent tutorial videos, thanks!
  5. The version of Exiftool installed with AP is fairly old. The problem doesn't seem to exist with newer versions. Changing the AP installer should fix it. Odd that it didn't happen with the beta!
  6. I run Hitman Pro and every time I open a raw file (Olympus ORF) Exiftool.exe triggers a Hitman Pro malicious code exception. The file loads quickly but doesn't have any EXIF data available. This didn't happen with the beta. I got round it by replacing the installed Exiftool with a different and apparently newer version I already had (10.3.6.0). This fixes the error, the raw file loads and EXIF data is available. . Hope this helps the developers...
  7. At the moment, Udemy's Affinity Photo courses are reduced, e.g. "Affinity Photo: Solid Foundations" is £15 instead of £30. Offer lasts until December 16 but Udemy do have frequent sales... Steve
  8. I run Hitman Pro and every time I open a raw file (Olympus ORF) Exiftool.exe triggers a Hitman Pro malicious code exception. The file loads quickly but doesn't have any EXIF data available. This didn't happen with the beta. I got round it by replacing the installed Exiftool with a different and apparently newer version I already had (10.3.6.0). This fixes the error, the raw file loads and EXIF data is available. The raw file opening is pretty slow though. JPGs seem very quick and EXIF is available. Do you think Exiftool is the culprit for the OP? Great product overall - congrats to the developers!
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