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Adobe Lightroom 3.4 is now Available for Download

Adobe Lightroom was just updated to version 3.4 with many bug fixes like a broken Facebook integration, SmugMug publishing errors, and many others. They’ve also added  additional camera support for several new camera models including the Canon Rebel T3i, Nikon D5100 and Fuji FinePix X100.

Download Adobe Lightroom 3.4 for Windows
Download Adobe Lightroom 3.4 for Mac

Lightroom 3.4 Bugs – Fixed

  • Lightroom encountered issues presenting double-byte character metadata after the image was edited on Photoshop.com
  • Video files were allowed to be added to a SmugMug publish collection not capable of supporting video uploads
  • The up and down arrow keys did not work properly when trying to adjust a point tone curve with the Targeted Adjustment Tool
  • In a Flickr publish collection an error would occur when attempting to republish an image marked as “Hide from Public areas”
  • Images rotated once in a publish collection could have displayed inconsistent rotations between the grid view and the filmstrip (Windows only)
  • Mouse movements when a secondary window had been enabled would cause unnecessary processor activity
  • The SmugMug Smart Publish Collection dialog on a 1024×768 display could have closed without warning and prevented access to the main Lightroom window
  • Keyword completion was broken when spaces were included Multiple Facebook publishing errors have been corrected in Lightroom 3.4
  • Publish collections did not work properly if the sort order is set to descending. (“Z to A”)
  • Cropped images could have momentarily appeared without a crop while moving from image to image in the Develop module
  • Image counts were not updating properly when nested collection sets were separated
  • If image files were located on an unavailable network volume, it might have taken several minutes for Lightroom to properly display the thumbnails in the grid view (Windows only)
  • Using the up/down arrow keys or the mouse wheel to adjust a parameter while the graduated filter is activated caused increments of plus or minus 100 instead of 1
  • Interlacing artifacts, and a slight magenta cast in the deepest shadows could have appeared on some high-contrast edges of Canon mRaw files.
  • Video files captured by an Apple iPhone and imported into Lightroom showed the incorrect capture date of December 31, 1903
  • In some instances, photos labeled as “Modified Photos to Re-Publish” in a Publish Collection would fail to be re-categorized as “Published” after a succesfull publish operation
  • A magenta color cast could have appeared on Nikon D7000 or Pentax K-5 images if the multi-exposure feature was used with raw capture
  • Updates have been made to Lightroom 3.4 to comply with Metadata Working Group standards
  • An image at zoom level “1:2″ may have momentarily blurred when the mouse is released from a slider (Windows only)
  • Folder creation caused an expanded folder hierarchy to close unexpectedly in the Library Module
  • Virtual Copies added to a Publish to Hard Drive collection could fail to export properly if the original image had already been published
  • Updating the metadata of a file by selecting the update button in the Metadata panel would fail to update the metadata
  • A Japanese language file name is not properly preserved when uploading images to SmugMug
  • Color Noise reduction values were not properly saved in presets
  • Not all appropriate metadata fields were excluded when choosing the Minimize Embedded Metadata export option
  • The Lightroom Plug-in Manager may not have displayed correctly when operating Lightroom with the French language selected

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2 comments

  1. I like this new version'; more comfortable for the eye to view on screen. I also like the features and other concepts being change. This system will surely be cool to the costumers.

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