I upgraded to 6 a few months ago, working fine, like the new larger previews and better selection methods in the browser.
Just got a new Canon S100 camera, which auto-rotates images on the camera screen when I rotate the camera body. Nice, but apparently this fools PM6!! The browser now starts with all pics in landscape, then quickly auto-rotates all images I shot with the camera oriented portrait. So far so good. It has NOT changed the disk files, just the display.
But when I select these pics and click NEXT (with or without full auto mode) they show up landscape, not rotated! In full auto, I get a vertical stitch of landscape pics insted of a horizontal stitch of portrat pics. Hope that makes sense. Without full auto, choosing horizontal stitch, I get garbage because the wrong edges are abutted.
If I go back to the browser and rotate them in the appropriate direction, it DOES change the disk files.. but it rotates by 180, not by 90! Now the browser displays them on their side AND the files on disk are still landscape just rotated 180 from before.
It seems all portrait images must be rotated FIRST left THEN right to get them to be portrait images for stitching. That's bad - it's more time and it's double-processing of lossy JPEG images.
Any ideas? Samples are at climber.org/pm6/a.jpg and b.jpb - it's gotta be some new bit in the new camera that part of PM6 is paying attention to but other parts are not.