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General Help Q&A / Losing image id on Bridge import
« on: July 27, 2014, 12:57:02 AM »
Hello!
I'm losing some image unique id's when importing images with Bridge. Have any one experienced similar issues? I haven't actually tested any other software yet, gotta do that tomorrow. Anyways, seems like id's are ok on card but after the import some are lost. It's bad especially on panoramas as then one must manually check & rename the first frame to be able perceive which belong to which.

See: http://i.imgur.com/hvh4Rcx.png . Bridge's import window on left shows id's, Finder on right shows that most but not all are in place.

5d2, Sandisk extreme cf's, Adobe CS5. This has been the situation at least ten months now. I recall it worked fine back in non-ML days.

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I usually use LV display (found in Expo tab) 'Photo, Expo sim' as I mainly take photographs and want all shutter speeds. If I have selected that mode and start recording movie (even in M mode) exposure varies by scene, so it's actually not manual exposure anymore. Could this be fixed some how, maybe by automatically changing LV display to 'movie' when recording starts and back to previous mode when recording ends?

It's a bit strange behaviour because it work as supposed in standby (exposure follows manual controls) but when recording movies, exposure becomes automatic.

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Feature Requests / Adjustable audio peak hold time
« on: July 23, 2012, 04:19:31 PM »
Hey,

I think it would be useful to be able to adjust audio meter's peak hold time. For example if you're shooting yourself with integrated microphone and cannot see the screen while testing the mic volume, with ~15 second peak hold one would have enought time to go to see the meters from  the screen. Maybe it could have few options like 0.1, 1, 2, 5, 10, 15, 30 seconds (or fully adjustable)? I would quess this quite easily to do, but am I wrong?

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