September 19, 2008

Lightroom 2.1 RC on Labs

A release candidate of Lightroom 2.1 is now available on Adobe Labs.  Tom Hogarty writes,

 

The ‘release candidate’ label indicates that this release is well tested but would benefit from additional community testing to validate the corrections and changes included in this update.  The goal of this release is to address bugs that were introduced with the release of Lightroom 2.0 and provide additional camera raw support [matching Camera Raw 4.6].

If you experience any problems with this release please report them on the LR User to User forums or through the bug report form.

Posted by John Nack at 2:31 PM on September 19, 2008

Comments

  • alanvalek.com — 2:17 PM on September 20, 2008

    Any idea if it will fix performance issues with the older motorola chip G5’s? I have a dual 2.0 with 8gb of ram and it’s pretty slow. Really choppy when you try to slide the sliders in the develop module. Thanks.

  • Ramón G Castañeda — 12:04 AM on September 21, 2008

    …the older motorola chip G5’s?…
    Alan, surely you mean IBM produced chips? Apple stopped using Mororola chips with the end of the 6800 series. The PowerPC chips were produced in a joint venture with IBM, IIRC.

  • Tom — 6:58 PM on September 25, 2008

    The G5 chips did come from IBM, but the G4 chips came from Motorola.
    Recall the “M” in the AIM alliance. Apple, IBM, and Motorola.

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