[Digikam-users] Re: Risks using digikam 1.2.0?
Peter A. Gustafson
peter.gustafson at wmich.edu
Tue Apr 12 16:20:24 BST 2011
One risk is raw conversion to dng. The original raws, if embedded,
cannot then be extracted or detached. Thus, you'll lose your original
raw file and carry a larger dng. The workaround is to convert to dng
without embedding and keep the original raw (if you want it).
Obviously, this shouldn't prevent your use of 1.2.
On 04/11/2011 04:20 PM, Ben Staude wrote:
> Hi all,
> I'm currently running kubuntu 10.04 which is shipping digikam 1.2.0. I plan to
> upgrade to 11.04 (natty) when it's out. And I want to migrate my digital
> images to digikam. Is there any risk for my data using this old digikam
> release, i.e. have there been bugs beyond usability that have been fixed since
> those times so that it makes sense to migrate only *after* the os update?
> I know it's all somewhere in the changelogs, but I'd never be able to filter
> them for the relevant changes. I hope some of you remember directly:)
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