16
Dec
09

Nikon Capture NX v2.2.4 announced

Nikon has announced the Capture NX v2.2.4 update. Currently, it is for Europe only, and available to Windows.

Capture NX v2.2.4 for Windows

For Macs (OS 10.6 compatibility):

  • Capture NX 2:  End of January 2010
  • Nikon Transfer:  End of January 2010
  • View NX:  End of January 2010

So what are the differences? They’re listed below:

– Compatibility with 32 and 64-bit versions of Windows 7 Home Basic/Home Premium/Professional/Enterprise/Ultimate has been added.  When run under 64-bit versions, the software operates as a 32-bit application.
– Compatibility with 64-bit versions of Windows Vista Home Basic/Home Premium/Business/Enterprise/Ultimate (Service Pack 2) editions has been added.  When run under 64-bit versions, the software operates as a 32-bit application.
– Specifications have been modified so that when 25 Photos on Page, or a higher number of photos per page, is selected for Select Layout in the Print layout dialog, the Use Thumbnail Data (Draft Use Only) box is automatically checked.
This resolves an issue that prevented printing when 25 Photos on Page, or a higher number of photos per page, was selected for Select Layout.
– An issue that caused an error message to be displayed and prevented printing when borderless settings were applied with some printers has been resolved.
– An issue that prevented accurate application of borderless print settings has been resolved.
– An issue that prevented specification of the same margin for left, right, top, and bottom margins in the Margins section of the Page Setup dialog has been resolved.
– An issue that caused a delay between clicking of the Print button and actual initiation of printing has been resolved.
– When an image was opened on some computers with AMD CPUs, Capture NX 2 quit unexpectedly. This issue has been resolved.
– An issue that caused an error message to be displayed during batch processing of a large number of files has been resolved.
– When a batch process was run with the Notify when completed box in the Processing Queue – Process Running dialog checked, a blank window was displayed.  This issue has been resolved.

– When a batch process was run for multiple images with the same shooting date and time, the processed images were not saved with the correct file names.  This issue has been resolved.
– An issue that caused batch processing to fail before completion when a batch process was run with certain settings has been resolved.

– An issue that caused an error message to be displayed when multiple enhancements were applied to images has been resolved.
– An issue that caused an error message to be displayed when attempting to open several images previously saved with Capture NX 2 has been resolved.
– When the Camera & Lens Corrections checkbox was checked (Develop section of Edit List), enhancements were not applied to an image opened in the image window and displayed at 100%, and the enhanced image could not be saved.  This issue has been resolved.
– When image window display was maximized with Desktop selected for Window menu>Workspaces>Additional Screen for the primary monitor on a dual monitor system, the image window disappeared.  This issue has been resolved.
– When the zoom tool was used to enlarge an image displayed with Full Screen or Presentation selected from the View menu, the portion of the image clicked with the zoom tool was not displayed at the center of the window.  This issue has been resolved.
– An issue that prevented switching between “+” and “-“ operations when the ALT key was pressed while using the selection brush has been resolved.
– An issue that caused folders in the Capture NX 2 Folders palette to be displayed in a different order than with Windows Explorer display has been resolved.
– When the crop tool was used to select a crop and the ENTER key pressed to apply the crop, the cursor did not switch to a selection tool.  This issue has been resolved.
– When a number was entered after a decimal point for some enhancement items with text boxes for entering numerical values in the Edit List, the values could not be changed.  This issue has been resolved.
– When “-” (minus) was entered in the Exposure Compensation text box under Quick Fix in the Develop section of the Edit List, it was displayed in red and then “0” was displayed after a few seconds.  This issue has been resolved.

Advertisements

0 Responses to “Nikon Capture NX v2.2.4 announced”



  1. Leave a Comment

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s


Camera Tech

Welcome to Camera Tech. We feature the latest updates, news and only very credible speculation. We provide an updated list of camera reviews as well, and welcome all tips and news you have to tell.

Announcements

Forums are now up, as well as Facebook and Twitter.
December 2009
M T W T F S S
« Nov   Jan »
 123456
78910111213
14151617181920
21222324252627
28293031  

%d bloggers like this: