Changelog for ShotHub

SHOTHUB – 20.10

Tue, 13 October 2020

CHANGES

  • New: Introduction of user plans and projects inheriting user plans properties (= project state)
  • New: Plan info including number of projects and expiring date added to user account menu
  • Added: Project state info “Trial” or “Free” to label projects with limitations depending on project owner’s user plan
  • Added: Option to import a sample project to get started. Only if user has no own Silverstack or Livegrade cloud projects and no pending invitations
  • Added: User’s own projects are marked in the project dropdown and the project info panel
  • Updated: Silverstack and Livegrade cloud projects are counted separately
  • Updated: When accessing Livegrade cloud projects the first time column layout preset “Look Info” is preselected
  • Updated: Renamed metadata fields according to Silverstack 7.2 for consistency and improved structure of General Info: ASA -> EI/ISO, Whitepoint -> White Balance

BUGFIXES

  • Fixed: Metadata fields according to Silverstack 7.2 added to column layout presets (including “Season”, “Shooting Day”, “Crew Unit”, “Actors” “Day/Night”, “Int/Ext” and “Custom 3-6”)
  • Fixed: Custom layouts can have the same name for Silverstack and Livegrade cloud projects
  • Miscellaneous smaller fixes and improvements related to the UI

SHOTHUB – 20.07

Wed, 15 July 2020

CHANGES

  • Added: Option to create new projects in the web browser
  • Added: Swipe images in the Full Image View on mobile devices
  • Added: New columns presets according to Livegrade 5.2 beta
  • Added: New metadata fields according to Livegrade 5.2 beta (including “Location”, “Day/Night”, “Int/Ext” and “Custom 3-6”)
  • Added: New metadata fields according to Silverstack 7.2 beta (including “Season”, “Shooting Day”, “Crew Unit”, “Actors” “Day/Night”, “Int/Ext” and “Custom 3-6”)
  • Updated: Adapt order of metadata fields in general info tab according to Silverstack 7.2 beta

BUGFIXES

  • Fixed: Project Information Menu is accessible with iOs devices
  • Fixed: Added metadata field “duration” to Livegrade cloud projects
  • Fixed: Look matching via ShotHub includes now sensitivity of hhs and curves nodes
  • Miscellaneous smaller fixes and improvements related to the UI especially on mobile devices

SHOTHUB – 20.05

Wed, 27 May 2020

CHANGES

  • Added: Livegrade Integration, online access to Silverstack and Livegrade cloud projects
  • Added: Livegrade connection to automatically upload shot metadata including grading nodes information and thumbnails (optional)
  • Added: Shot libraries of multiple Livegrade desktop applications could be merged into one Livegrade cloud project
  • Added: Share Livegrade cloud projects with others by invitation
  • Added: Access shot information to retrieve looks via ShotHub directly from the Silverstack Lab desktop application
  • Added: Infinite Scrolling in both table list views: Livegrade Shot View and Silverstack Clip View

BUGFIXES

  • Fixed: Viewing Presets of Silverstack Clip Library are the same as in Silverstacks desktop application

SHOTHUB – 20.04

(Silverstack Cloud beta)

Wed, 22 April 2020

CHANGES

  • Added: Dark Theme Mode as an user option in the Pomfort account menu
  • Improved: Camera Statistics is now showing data and length summaries for either a folder, a media bin or the whole project
  • Improved List View: Choose columns presets or create custom layouts which can be saved, reloaded and shared with other users
  • Added: Collection View gives an visual overview of all clips with scalable thumbnails
  • Added: Full Image View to see all thumbnails in full screen mode
  • Added: Export Clips Reports based on presets or individual table layouts to select relevant metadata
  • Added: Choose if production info is part of the Shooting Day or Clips Report that is exported
  • Improved: Consistency of data formats transferred from Silverstack

BUGFIXES

  • Fixed: Add the column shot to the Silverstack Clip Library View
  • Fixed: Accept invitations to a cloud project is only possible when logged in with the Pomfort account