This release will be of particular interest to Fedora users and other bleeding edge distros, as it works around a bug in a very recent version of libmediainfo.
A new feature makes the Timeline more friendly — by default the scrolling of displayed thumbnails and the Timeline is now synchronized. You can turn it off if you prefer the old behavior, using a little button at the bottom right of the Timeline. Please let me know what you think of this change. Hopefully it’s for the best.
As always, download it at http://damonlynch.net/rapid/download.html
Full list of changes:
Timeline is now shown by default when the program is first run, or settings
Added option to synchronize Timeline with thumbnails. Scroll one, and the
other automatically scrolls too. Use the button at the bottom-right of the
Timeline to toggle this feature.
After clearing a Timeline selection, the display of thumbnails will be
positioned such that the the photos in the previous selection are
visible. Previously, the thumbnails display would be scrolled all the way
to the top after the Timeline selection had been cleared.
Added Hasselblad 3FR files to list of supported file formats. If you detect
any problems with the accuracy of the metadata from this format, please let
Work around MediaInfoLib bug #695 that caused the libmediainfo shared
object file to be named incorrectly, making it appear to be missing.
Correctly parse Distribution version in installer when running on Fedora,
Debian and Peppermint.
Install PyQt 5.9.2 or greater. Upgrade pymediainfo to version 2.2.0 or
Updated Catalan, Chinese, Czech, Danish, Dutch, French, German, Norwegian
Nyorsk, Russian, and Spanish translations.