January 12, 2023
The release notes include:
What's fixed in VStitcher 2022.2.3
Instructions on upgrading and downloading new VStitcher versions
What's Fixed in VStitcher 2022.2.3
This release includes fixes for the following issues:
The software sometimes crashing on different combinations of computer hardware.
Working in VSticther or Lotta with the Unreal Display on high resolution screens such as 4k and over requires sufficient video memory on your GPU of at least 8GB of VRAM. If you don't have sufficient video memory (VRAM) on your GPU, it is highly recommended to switch to OpenGL display or to lower the screen resolution to full HD (1920x1080px).
To switch to OpenGL, go to Preferences -> Rendering tab, and select the OpenGL option. For more information, refer to the Rendering section in Preferences.
Headless Blender ray trace render not always working as it should.
Artwork handles not staying within artwork bounding box.
Note that artwork rulers that were saved in other versions outside of the artwork's bounding box, will remain outside of the bounding box. Now that this issue is fixed, please adjust these files manually using this version and save again to have the handles within the artwork.
Tech pack exporting with shape info printed on artwork positions when it should not.
In some colorways, dark square appearing in Normal render output.
API render autocrop behavior is sometimes inaccurate.
Download and Upgrade Versions Instructions
Upgrading to VStitcher 2022.2
Download and install VStitcher 2022.2 from here.
- Cloud License Users - send your upgrade request to firstname.lastname@example.org. There is no need to send any files.
If you need to renew your contract and are interested in version 2022.2 contact email@example.com.
Lotta 2022.2 and VStitcher 2022.2 both support files created in earlier VStitcher and Lotta versions.
Earlier VStitcher and Lotta versions do not support version 2022.2 files.
With the release of Lotta 2022.2 and VStitcher 2022.2 the company's support now extends to the following versions of Lotta and VStitcher: