Caption Pro v 2.3.101 has been released. This release fixes a bug causing the Aspect Ratio selection controls to be hidden. Coming soon is a major upgrade adding capability to extract, straighten and enhance photos contained in a scanned or photographed image of multiple paper photos and then caption them.
- Unicode language captions now correctly displayed in EXIF Only mode
- Image file thumbnail in Explorer updated if file overwritten
- Windows Title & Subject (Caption and Sub-Caption text) length limited to 1023 chars
- Option to read caption data from Windows Title metadata added
Caption Pro v 2.3.96 is now available for download from here. This version include an option to create captions from speech. Internet access is required for speech input. It only runs on 64-bit Windows systems and the speech input does not work on Win 7.
Caption Pro version 2.2.94 is now available for download. This version allows smaller sub-captions and the EXIF only File Metadata option writes Caption and Sub-Caption to Windows Title and Subject fields, allowing retrieval using search in File Explorer with syntax Title:SearchString or Subject:Searchstring.
SetTags v 3.1.93 is now available for download. This version fixes bugs in the cumulative definition of input data of different types via drag/drop and adds an option to check for updates.
SetTags 3.1.92 has support for tagging multiple folders as well as files, cumulative definition of input data via drag-and-drop and hints providing quick information on how to view tagged items, apply and edit tags.
Thanks to all the people who have purchased licenses since the end of January – bushfire relief organisations have received over A$160 from these purchases.
Caption Pro 2.2.91 is now available. This release fixes a problem where the applied image caption was slightly smaller than the region selected for the caption and changes the licensing to apply a 2 CPU per license limit.
Caption Pro v 2.2.90 is now available. This version allows auto captioning from titles applied by Picasa and corrects a bug indicating that Picasa tags appear in the caption rather than the sub-caption.