Updates

Memory Pictures v1.6.1 and Memory Pictures Viewer v1.6.1 Released

We are pleased to announce the immediate release of both Memory Pictures v1.6.1 and its companion viewer, Memory Pictures Viewer v1.6.1. In this update, we included support for Adobe RAW (DNG), Minolta RAW (MRW) and Nikon RAW (NRW) on top of the other RAW formats, HEIC and JPG which they support.

CM Batch Photo Processor v3.3.5 Released

We are pleased to include Minolta MRW RAW and Nikon NRW RAW formats input support. This will enable you to convert from this RAW formats to a non-RAW format so you can share them easily.

CM Batch MMedia Date Changer v2.6.8 Released

In this update, we added support for Minolta RAW (MRW) and Nikon RAW (NRW) which is used by several Nikon Coolpix camera such as the Coolpix P7800.

CM Batch Photo Processor v3.3.4 Released

In this update, we fixed a bug when the Orientation is set to Rotate 180° but the photo is not rotated.

CM DocuTIFFer v1.2.2 Released

In this update, we fixed a crash when a file containing a slash / is added and processed.

CM ComboTIFF v3.2.6 Released

This is a bug fix release. Firstly, we fixed a crash when a file containing a slash / in its filename is added to the list. Secondly, the bug which prompts nothing to process when there is only one file on the list.

CM TIFF 2 PDF v3.8.0 Released

In this update, we fixed a crash when loading a file name which contains a slash / within it.

CM PDF & TIFF Page Extractor v3.8.5 Released

In this update, we fixed a crash when importing a file which includes a slash / in the filename.

CM Shrink My Photo v2.4.6 Released

In this update, we fixed a crash when a slash / is included within the filename as it was identified as a folder/file separator.

CM Batch Photo Processor v3.3.3 Released

In this update, we fixed a possible crash when a slash is found within the filename. The Mac prior to OS X uses the traditional notation of “:” to separate between folders and sub-folder paths and filenames while OS X and later adopted the Unix style of path separator which is the “/”. So typically...