After requesting a fix months ago regarding a JPG output issue, I never got a fix. I suppose ON1 needed more documentation and proof which I have recently done at my time and expense. The result is the output JPG files are corrupted in some way that MLS PIN on the East Coast cannot accept them. It doesn't make a difference in the sizing, DPI, whether you have metadata or not, nor whether you use DropBox or Google Drive for your uploads to agents. This is the short version.
What does work in all these scenarios is TIF. However, too large, awkward and unacceptable for the agents, and not recognized in the industry for this purpose.
The temporary cumbersome fix is that once the files are downloaded off the Cloud service, they have to be opened in Paint or a similar application, and then uploaded to MLS for real estate posting. Apparently, only MLS PIN is picking this up and it relates to multiple states on the East Coast. As much as I have used and owned at least 4 other well-known professional editing software packages (I don't want Adobe products), I prefer ON1 even before the 2022.5 updates for all my work. However, this issue will affect ON1, real estate photographers past, present, and future on the East Coast, and especially me. I am hoping my more lengthy and detailed report to support today will look into and ultimately do the work needed to repair this issue only experienced in ON1 Photo RAW!
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