Adobe today released Lightroom 4.4, as well as DNG Converter 7.4 and Camera Raw 7.4. Some of the update details provided are below. For a complete listing of added lens profiles and new camera raw formats, see the Lightroom Journal Blog on Adobe's website.
Lightroom 4.4 Enhancements
- New lens profiles
- Support for 25 new cameras including the Canon EOS 1D C, Nikon D7100 and Samsung NX300
- Improved support for the X-Trans image sensor in FujiFilm cameras, such as the X-Pro1.
Lightroom 4.4 Bug Fixes
- The crop overlay tool resized incorrectly when used in conjunction with the “Constrain to Crop” checkbox in the Lens Correction panel
- Background graphics were not correctly rendered within the Book Module
- Reading metadata from file would sometimes result in keyword and and GPS metadata to not save for video files
- Updated the "Missing File Icon" for HiDPI / Retina dispalsy
- The supplied lens profile for the Sony RX-1 did not contain vignette information
- Preview in Develop Module was not updated with the latest adjustments
- Square tile artifacts while painting with brush
- Previews of photos in portrait orientation were blurry when viewed in the filmstrip in the Develop module. (Mac only)
- Image in Book Disappears After Changing Modules
- Error changing modules when in Slideshow with second monitor connected
- Stack badges displayed the wrong count when creating new stack that included a preexisting stack.
- Local Adjustment Effect (Brushed Adjustment) Disappears (temporarily) After Selecting a Pin (Win only)
- Book changes are not saved after switching between modules
- The Filter scrollbar within the Library module was not rendering properly.
- Auto-tone was not working properly when used in conjunction with the Exposure adjustment slider. (Win only)
- The Black&White button was not creating a History state within the Develop module. (Win only)
- When switching from image to image, remnants of previous image visible on fringes of new photo. This occurred on Retina screens only.
- RGB color readouts were specified in the Adobe RGB colorspace rather than the ProPhoto linear colorspace. This occurred when working in Soft Proofing within the Develop module.
- Horizontal artifacts would occassionally appear in DNG files.
- Adding a page behaved inconsistently in the Book module depending on the method used to add a page.
- The state of the “Remove Chromatic Aberrations” checkbox within the Lens Correction was not persistent between sessions of Lightroom.
- Cannot add contacts from Address Book to email on Mac.
- Sliders can no longer be moved on Win by using mouse wheel.