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  • Expantion of the EXIF content

    It would be nice if you could expand the EXIF content shown in the Properties window, or even better if you could allow me to add the fields which may be unique to my cameras.

    For example:
    • One of my cameras has a feature called "Pixel Shift" which allows a substantial increase in the sharpness of an image. As can be seen in the following display of a utility specifically built for this camera, there is a QUALITY field in the EXIF area which is used to indicate if a given image was created using this feature. Unfortunately ACDSee does not have this field in its EXIF list https://www.dropbox.com/s/8mkzrna3ok...Shift.jpg?dl=0
    • The same idea applies to an HDR process internal to the camera https://www.dropbox.com/s/16q43iktn5...20HDR.jpg?dl=0

    Hope you can come up with a way to cover this.

    Thanks,

    Tahunga

  • #2
    Hi Tahunga,

    Thank you for the feedback and apologies for the delayed reply.
    This issue has been logged in our internal bug tracking system and I will follow up with the product team.

    Regards,
    David

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    • #3
      Hi Tahunga,

      Would you be able to provide a sample image that has the Quality field set?
      Sample images can be uploaded to our team here: https://www.acdsee.com/en/support/raw-formats/
      Or Dropbox also works well if more convenient for you.

      Also, are there other apps that support the display of this field (other than the utility you mentioned that is specific to that camera)?

      Regards,
      David

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      • #4
        Hi David,
        Sorry for the long delay. That's what happens when one heads North (i.e. the Yukon Territory) to go hunting with the camera.

        I will look for a picture with the quality field set. But in the meantime I have another, weird issue with ACDSee Photo Studio 7, Version 7.1.2020. One of my many pictures I came back with needed a minor adjustment. I used the "Light EQ">Darkening feature for the adjustment. And once I made the adjustment I found a strange grid on the pix (see attachment). There are a number of ways to get rid of the grid ...... but it is unclear why it appears in the first case. And it does seem to appear with many of my pictures.


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        Cheers,
        ....Tahunga

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        • #5
          David,
          I quickly took two pictures (VERY poor quality) to provide you with the quality field set (by the camera). The IMGP8099.PEF was taken with the "pixel Shift process", while the IMGP8100.PEF was taken with the internal HDR process. I hope this is what you were looking for.
          I also attached two images of the EXIF windows for the two images in ACDSee.

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