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    Article ID 2042
    Summary Known Issues fore Expression Media 2 on Mac OS 10.6 and Windows 7
    Problem
    Solution Mac OS X 10.6 (Snow Leopard)

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    Nikon NEF RAW images do not render when the RAW importer is set to manufacturer in Expression Media 2. The images appear as generic icons in Thumbnail view and display a render error in Media view.
    To workaround this issue, set the “Preferred Engine” to Apple (Expression Media 2 -> Preferences -> Media Rendering -> RAW tab ).
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    Microsoft Expression Media 2 Import via Control-Click is missing. In Leopard, when performing a control-click on an image, there was an option called “Microsoft Expression Media 2 Import”. This option does not exist in Snow Leopard.
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    Expression Media 2 doesn’t render HTML files properly in a catalog on Snow Leopard. It does still work in Leopard. This issue occurs in Thumbnail View and Media View.
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    XML files located in the folders of the RAW files are deleted when importing, this does not apply to XMP files


    Windows 7

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    Expression Media 2 crashes when navigating folders in the "Open” dialog. This problem appears to only affect the 32-bit version of Windows 7. There is a workaround. Go into the properties of the Microsoft Expression 2 shortcut that you use to open Expression Media 2. On the “Compatibility” tab, check the box next to “Disable visual themes” and click OK.
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    Export Slide Show to Movie Maker in Expression Media 2 doesn’t launch Movie Maker. When using this feature, it will prompt for a file location and create an XML file. Movie Maker can be added to Windows 7 from Windows Live Essentials but it will not open automatically from Expression Media 2.



    Last updated April 26, 2011
    This article applies to the following categories
    Operating System:

    Windows 7

    Software:

    Expression Media



     
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