iStopMotion 2.0.3

by Florian -

Another small but important update to iStopMotion makes it even more solid. Please run Software Update or get it from the Downloads page.

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Release Notes:

Version 2.0.3 - January 28th, 2008 - Home, Express and Pro

Version 2.0.3 fixes all known bugs and hopefully even most of the extremely strange crash logs we received. Thanks to everybody for sending us crash reports, this really helps us tracking problems.

  • When importing a bunch of files, e.g. via using Import Images from Disk..., the import order of files is now the Finder sort order.
  • Updated to latest version of the great Remote Control Wrapper from Martin Kahr. Amongst other improvements this includes support for the Keyspan RF Remote for FrontRow if anybody happens to use that.
  • Includes one background and foreground set from the Boinx Winter Theme, previously only available as a separate installer.
  • Added an alert on startup when an old version of DVCPROHDMuxer is installed. This component comes with Final Cut Pro and old versions of it cause major problems on Leopard. See http://docs.info.apple.com/article.html?artnum=307092 for details of Final Cut Pro compatibility with Leopard.
  • Opening a movie with dimensions larger than the current license allows could lead to a crash.
  • Added hidden preference setting ("Delete Image After Download When Capturing") to leave a captured image on a still camera instead of removing it immediately.
  • Replacing rotoscope tracks could lead to an exception that prevented further saving of movies.
  • Rotoscope and soundtrack offsets were sometimes handled poorly.
  • Hopefully fixed a strange crash deep in QuickTime (Copy32ARGB32ARGB) that only appeared on Leopard and later QuickTime versions.
  • A memory leak that probably caused alls sorts of problems is gone.
  • Various performance improvements.
  • Small improvements to German localization.
  • Lots of improvements to the underlying frameworks.
  • Other small fixes in preparation of the next major feature release.