Media Pro 2.3 released!

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Re: Media Pro 2.3 released!

Postby Ian3 » Sat Feb 17, 2018 10:25 am

Michelle81 wrote:Thanks for the update!
It is really appreciated as this was holding back my High Sierra update.

Can you clarify if this version of Media Pro works with Capture One 10.2.1 or does it ONLY work with Capture One 11 +?

thanks
mich

Yes it works with older versions of Capture One as well. I have a number of sessions from older versions of Capture One and not all of them have been upgraded to version 11. Of those that have, many of the images are still on older processing engines, and they are fine.

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Re: Media Pro 2.3 released!

Postby avatorotava » Tue Feb 27, 2018 12:34 pm

Why it seems like I still can't get the Import File/folder Command and the Reset Folder Path Command to work?
Always get a blank/black window...
Running MP 2.3.0.215 and OS X 10.13.3 High Sierra
thanks
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Re: Media Pro 2.3 released!

Postby f1.4 » Mon Apr 16, 2018 9:21 am

Good morning!

Does anyone know the answer:
Is Media Pro a 64 bit application, so that it will survive on MacOS beyond September 2018?
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Re: Media Pro 2.3 released!

Postby Ian3 » Mon Apr 16, 2018 10:56 am

System report on my iMac says that the current version of Media Pro 2.3.0.215 is NOT 64 bit.

I have no inside knowledge as to when/whether Phase One will bring out a 64-bit update.

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Re: Media Pro 2.3 released!

Postby f1.4 » Mon Apr 16, 2018 12:45 pm

Ok, thank you Ian.

So I need to wait with my purchase until a 64 bit version is available (or at least announced).
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Re: Media Pro 2.3 released!

Postby Ian3 » Mon Apr 16, 2018 3:05 pm

f1.4 wrote:Ok, thank you Ian.

So I need to wait with my purchase until a 64 bit version is available (or at least announced).

Or wait to update to the next version of MacOS!

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Re: Media Pro 2.3 released!

Postby f1.4 » Mon Apr 16, 2018 5:25 pm

I never go to the next OS immediately when released, too risky.

However, another risk is that Media Pro won't go to 64 bit and will be merged into CO instead.
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Re: Media Pro 2.3 released!

Postby C-F » Tue Apr 17, 2018 12:50 am

Well, after upgrading to version 10.13.4, when I started MediaPro, it showed a warning that this program is NOT 'optimized' to run under OS and developers have to update the program!
It does still run though...
Guess it is Apples way of saying - time is running out...
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Re: Media Pro 2.3 released!

Postby NNN634580077031671505 » Thu Apr 26, 2018 11:32 am

Any idea when you will start supporting Retina Displays on Macs?

I love Media Pro but this omission renders the software borderline useless... :(
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Re: Media Pro 2.3 released!

Postby David1 » Mon Apr 30, 2018 6:13 pm

Nobody told me that 2.2 didn't work with High Sierra. Just as well, or I wouldn't have been using it with no issue over the past few months :lol:
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Re: Media Pro 2.3 released!

Postby Jean1 » Tue May 29, 2018 10:03 pm

Same here : Media Pro v. 2.2 worked fine with High Sierra and C1 v. 10.
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Re: Media Pro 2.3 released!

Postby NNN634665954253466853 » Wed Aug 08, 2018 7:35 pm

Media Pro SE 2.3 is crashing on launch on me now, every time. I've trashed the prefs that I can find and still no go. I'm running Mac Pro desktop, plenty of Ram, plenty of HD space, latest High Sierra update. I've re-downloaded the latest version, still no go.

I'm at a loss. This is critical workflow for me.

Any advice on how to solve would be MOST appreciated. I have started a support ticket too, but thought I'd try here as well.

Thank you!
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Re: Media Pro 2.3 released!

Postby NN122823UL2 » Wed Sep 12, 2018 4:39 pm

Phase One has discontinued Media Pro. Given that it is not a 64-bit app, that means it won't run on Mac OS 10.14, which means our app is dead. Any thoughts on how it might be given a new lease on life?
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Re: Media Pro 2.3 released!

Postby John Doe » Wed Sep 12, 2018 4:58 pm

NN122823UL2 wrote:Phase One has discontinued Media Pro. Given that it is not a 64-bit app, that means it won't run on Mac OS 10.14, which means our app is dead. Any thoughts on how it might be given a new lease on life?

32-bit apps will still run on macOS 10.14.
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Re: Media Pro 2.3 released!

Postby NNN634665954253466853 » Wed Sep 12, 2018 6:12 pm

I can't say how frustrating the discontinuation of this app is. I've been a user for over a decade, first as iView Media Pro (or some earlier version), then it was bought by Microsoft and changed brands but continued, then spun off to Phase One. Each time I about had a coronary. Our workflow is so tied to this app. for what it does so well, not just cataloging images, but renaming files, scripting lines into meta data (like captions), generating PDF catalogs, and so much more. I would very much like to know if there are other apps out there working on MacOS which do the same things without a lot of bloating. Or, is there any hope that Media Pro will be once again absorbed or spun off and kept alive?

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