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    E-520 Data Query

    I find that when editing a photo in Olympus Master (even just to resize) I lose the data in the edited photo.

    Is there a way around this?

    Lyn.
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    Perhaps check this setting when you save. Master might be sitting on "JPEG" instead of "Exif-JPEG"
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    Wulfys - I feel particularly STUPID!! You are right of course, and thank you so much for taking the trouble to reply!
    If only I would read EVERYTHING on the computer screen.
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    BTW - I love your Billy Connelly quote!

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    No problems!! I just remembered seeing it back when i used to use Master I'm glad to hear it helped lol.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Floribunda View Post
    I find that when editing a photo in Olympus Master (even just to resize) I lose the data in the edited photo.

    Is there a way around this?

    Lyn.
    have you used Olympus Studio and what are your thoughts
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    I tried out Olympus Studio last year and was so impressed with the raw converter that I bought a copy.

    The package is fairly "clunky" from the user interface point of view, but is nevertheless fairly competent. That magnificent new raw converter makes up for everything.
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    Now, have people used the Olympus Viewer 2 yet? My only complaint is that it doesn't seem to include the calender/time line feature in Master & Studio. Of course it doesn't include the tethered feature of Studio, but you can't expect everything for free. At least it has all the editing functions of Studio 2.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ross the fiddler View Post
    Now, have people used the Olympus Viewer 2 yet? My only complaint is that it doesn't seem to include the calender/time line feature in Master & Studio. Of course it doesn't include the tethered feature of Studio, but you can't expect everything for free. At least it has all the editing functions of Studio 2.

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    I am using Olympus Viewer 2 to download from the camera (actually I prefer Picasa for that) and convert RAW images.

    I find the levelling control crap compared to Picasa and Viewer doesn't seem to have any convenient zoom controls.

    You have to go into the menu - is there a keyboard short-cut?

    There is no helpfile in the download. I think the software is still a 'beta' build but you would think that there should be a help file (note that I write software documentation so this irks me a lot).

    I think it is better than the old Master software but the image-zoom is a pain.

    The price is right and you get lens distorsion fix from RAW that I don't get in Picasa.
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