Changelog for VideoStitch Studio v2.3.0 (AMD & Intel graphics support)

Wednesday, May 17, 2017

VideoStitch Studio 2.3 is now compatible with not only NVidia but also AMD and Intel graphics cards. For Mac users, it means most Apple computers released in 2013 and later are supported. Intel NUC is also among the supported devices.

    * AMD and Intel graphics support (unified executable)
    * Enhanced calibration workflow (crop and presets in the same view)
    * Need a mention "Untitled project" when a media file is imported and the project is not saved
    * Warning missing when audio codec is not supported
    * Open MPEG4 files on Mac
Bug fixes
    * Crash when trying to open a corrupted .jpg file
    * Nothing happens when I open an image that is of different size than what "width" and "height" in the input configuration specifies
    * Repairing input path fails when path contains forward and backward slashes
    * Activation fails due to missing administrator rights
    * Orientation button is missing because of an invalid license
    * Get the pop-up activation successful with an outdated license
    * Batch stitcher crashes when HDD runs out of space on OS X
    * Process an output into another drive (not main) does not check size availability.
    * Wrong values when importing a calibration from PTGui (depending on the locale, comma vs dot confusion)
    * Studio allows project changes while in orientation adjustment mode
    * OpenCL build failure (rBObzLAw program) on Intel HD Graphics 530 & 550
    * Studio hangs in the middle of an export or stays in the task manager and can't be deleted (Intel HD Graphics 4600)
    * "Show input numbers" button overlaps Blending settings on MacOS Sierra
    * Jump frame dialog adds 0

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