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Adobe publishes Aperture-to-Lightroom guide for potential switchers

08/04, 11:10pm

Forthcoming Photos may not meet pro needs, at least at first

Following Apple's decision to cease development on its own pro photo organizer and editor Aperture in favor of a forthcoming hybrid photo manager called Photos, Adobe has published a new guide intended to help current Aperture users switch and migrate their images and projects to Lightroom, its own pro-level image manager. While Photos, with its support of third-party plug-ins, may grow into a program that both pros and amateurs can use, its mission is aimed more at "prosumer" users.

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Adobe moves to reassure Aperture users, recommits to OS X, iOS

06/27, 7:51pm

Apple planning comprehensive replacement for iPhoto, may have some 'pro' features

In the wake of Friday's earlier announcement that it has ceased development of Aperture, Adobe has moved quickly to further reassure users of the pro photo management and editing program that it is working with Apple to offer a transition path, that it plans a "rich roadmap" for future Lightroom development and that it is "doubling down" on its existing and future products for OS X and for iOS. Lightroom 5, Adobe's Aperture alternative, is available as a standalone app or as part of a Creative Cloud subscription.

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Apple kills work on Aperture, shifts efforts to Yosemite's Photos app

06/27, 1:36pm

Software has struggled in competition with Lightroom

Development of Aperture has halted, and is instead shifting to the editing tools in OS X Yosemite's Photos app, Apple has announced. Photos -- which will actually miss the launch of Yosemite, and ship in early 2015 -- will include an option to import Aperture libraries. Compatibility updates should let Aperture run in Yosemite, but no further support is planned. Apple and Adobe are cooperating to help some users migrate to Lightroom.

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Briefly: Digital Camera Raw update, iPhone-controlled AC

03/20, 10:17pm

Apple updates Digital Camera Raw Compatibility plug-in for iPhoto, Aperture

On Thursday, Apple updated its Digital Camera RAW plug-in for Aperture 3 and iPhoto '11 that adds compatibility with supported and new RAW camera output formats. The latest version, 5.04, adds six new cameras to its support list for users running OS X 10.8.5 or later and recent versions of Aperture (3.4.5 or higher) and iPhoto (v9.4.3 or higher). The update adds support for the Fujifilm X-E2 and X-T1, the Nikon D3300 and Nikon 1 AW1, the Panasonic Lumix DMC-GM1 and the Pentax K-3. The update is now available through the Mac App Store's Software Update.

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Apple snaps up variety of .camera, .photography domains

02/06, 1:04pm

Domain names mostly connected to Aperture, FaceTime, other apps

Apple has acquired another batch domains from ICANN, reports note. The latter this week opened up access to more generic top-level domains; Apple secured 16 .camera and .photography addresses, specifically one of each for names including "aperture," "apple," "facetime," "imovie," "iphoto," "isight," "photobooth," and "retina." Apple is presumably holding the domains to prevent squatters from exploiting them.

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Apple updates Aperture, releases Safari betas to developers

11/14, 8:43pm

Safari betas, new Aperture update both focus on bug fixes

Apple has issued an update to its pro-level photo management app Aperture, bringing it up to version 3.5.1 in a free update that corrects several flaws, most notably fixing Temperature & Tint White Balance so that it works correctly. For developers, Apple is now seeding two new Safari betas - one for Lion and Mountain Lion (10.7 and 10.8 respectively) and one for OS X Mavericks (10.9). The Safari betas, which are not yet officially released, focus on viewing and annotating PDF files, along with password autofill troubleshooting.

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Apple issues Digital Camera RAW, Mavericks migration updates

10/22, 5:42pm

RAW update makes minor tweaks

In the wake of OS X Mavericks' release, Apple has already posted three related software updates. The first is Digital Camera RAW Compatibility Update 4.09. The code adds iPhoto '11 and Aperture 3 support for Olympus' PEN E-P5 camera, and brings back lens correction for Sony RX100 photos. It also solves bad white balance for Nikon images edited by third-party apps.

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Apple updates Digital Raw Compatibility, Epson printer drivers

09/13, 12:55am

Adds one new camera, corrects lens and white balance issues, more

Alongside other OS X and security updates on Thursday, Apple also released updated drivers for Epson scanner and fax models, as well as a small update to its Digital RAW Compatibility file for iPhoto and Aperture. The RAW Compatibility update follows on the heels of the recently-released version 4.08, and adds support for only one camera, the Olympus PEN E-P5, but also restores lens correction to images shot by the Sony Cyber-shot DSC-RX100, and addresses a white balance issue with some Nikon images modified by third-party apps.

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Aperture updated to 3.4.5, fixes memory card ejection issue

06/05, 5:48pm

Other minor tweaks for Apple's pro-level photo-management app

Shortly after releasing an update to iTunes, Apple also unveiled a minor update to Aperture, its pro-level photo-management and editing program. Like the previous few updates, version 3.4.5 fixes a few issues and includes the usual stability improvements. The new update corrects an issue that could cause Aperture to quit unexpectedly when deleting items from a camera or memory card after import, as well as ejects memory cards correctly when using the Delete Items option after import.

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Apple updates iPhoto, Aperture with bug fixes, tweaks

04/16, 5:45pm

Photo Stream, Facebook, Nikon P7700 Raw issues addressed

On Tuesday amidst a slew of small updates, Apple has posted new versions of its photo-management and editing software programs iPhoto (now at version 9.4.3) and Aperture (now at v3.4.4). Both are designed to address an handful of specific issues in each program, along with the usual stability and performance improvements. Both also require OS X 10.7.5 (for Lion users) or 10.8.2 (for Mountain Lion users) as a minimum. Apart from that, the two updates address entirely different areas to resolve known issues.

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Briefly: Belkin keyboard case, ColorFlow presets package

03/27, 1:28pm

Belkin accepting Ultimate Keyboard Case pre-orders

Belkin has announced that its Ultimate Keyboard Case for the iPad is now available for pre-order. Slated to begin shipping in May, the Ultimate Keyboard Case measures 6.4mm thick and offers a machined aluminium alloy base for durability. Magnet sensors built directly in the case turn the keyboard off automatically when the case is closed, saving battery life and allowing users to instantly access the onscreen keyboard when necessary. Pre-orders can be placed through Belkin's online store, with the Black model costing $100 and the Silver model set at $130.

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Amazon listing teases unreleased Aperture X

12/27, 4:52pm

Suggests naming scheme taking after Final Cut

A book listing on Amazon.ca suggests that Apple is at work on a new version of Aperture, AppleInsider remarks. The listing is titled "Apple Aperture X - under NDA: A Workflow Guide for Digital Photographers," and mentions a March 1st release date. It appears to be a placeholder though, as the description talks about Aperture 3, and "under NDA" is a reference to a non-disclosure agreement that Amazon and/or the publisher appear to have broken.

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Aperture, iPhoto RAW Compatibility Update 4.02 released

11/29, 5:04pm

Canon, Nikon, Panasonic, Sony cameras added or improved

Apple has released a Digital Camera RAW Compatibility Update, version 4.02, for Aperture 3.x and iPhoto '11. The new version improves the compatibility of the two applications with a number of new camera models that take pictures in RAW format. Models from Canon, Nikon, Panasonic, and Sony are among those included in the update, which is just 5.04MB in size. The update works with the now-combined iPhoto and Aperture libraries, meaning only one update needs to be issued for users of both -- or either -- programs.

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Apple corrects launch bug with Aperture 3.4.3

11/12, 11:00pm

Program requested serial number on every launch

Apple has released an update to its pro photography program, Aperture, bringing it to version 3.4.3. The update exists to fix a single, specific problem: for some users, the program would prompt for a serial number on every launch. The update is available through Software Update for version 3.4.x running on OS X 10.7.5 and higher, or 10.8.2 and higher. The correction comes on the heels of version 3.4.2, released at the beginning of the month, which brought a number of new features to Aperture.

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Apple updates iPhoto, Aperture, Safari [U]

11/01, 7:00pm

Safari update is for ML only, includes security fixes

[Update: details on Safari update added] Late on Thursday, Apple updated its two photo-oriented programs iPhoto and Aperture, to versions 9.4.2 and 3.4.2 respectively. Both share some commonalities in the updates, but Aperture in particular has addressed a number of issues and enhancements with the new version. In addition, the company issued a small, security-oriented update of Safari 6, which now at v6.0.2 (and currently only available from the Mac App Store) exclusively -- thus far -- for users of Mountain Lion 10.8.2 and higher.

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Apple updates Aperture, iMovie, iPhoto

07/25, 11:32am

Aperture, iPhoto get Mountain Lion compatibility

On top of today's other software updates, Apple has also pushed updates for Aperture, iMovie, and iPhoto. The Aperture and iPhoto updates notably add support for OS X Mountain Lion, which was launched earlier today. In the case of iPhoto, this means that sharing options now include Messages and Twitter.

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Apple posts Digital Camera RAW Compatibility Update 3.14

06/26, 4:51pm

Adds support for just two cameras

Apple has released a minor Digital Camera RAW Compatibility Update for OS X, v3.14. The patch is smaller than most in fact, adding support for just two more cameras: the Canon Rebel T4i -- also known as the EOS 650D or the Kiss X6i -- and the Sony Alpha SLT-A37. Installing the software allows the cameras' RAW formats to be read in Aperture 3 and iPhoto '11.

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Apple job posting suggests Aperture for iOS in development

06/11, 4:24pm

Listing seeks coders with OS X, iOS experience

Recently-uncovered job listings seems to indicate that Apple is looking to bring a version of its pro-photography program Aperture to iOS. The listings show that Apple's Aperture team is looking to bring on user-interface engineers, managers, and software coders with experience working in the iOS environment. Experience in programming for iOS is listed as a key requirement in the listing, which seems to suggest that the listing is aimed at bringing in talent to eventually produce an iOS app, AppleInsider reports.

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Apple reveals new MacBook Pros, MacBook Airs

06/11, 1:39pm

Top-end Pro moves to Retina display

Presenting at its WWDC 2012 keynote, Apple today announced new MacBook Pro and Air models. The flagship system is a new, ultra-thin 15-inch Pro, just 0.71 inches thick, and 4.46 pounds. It also makes an upgrade to a Retina display, with a resolution of 2880x1800 and a 220ppi pixel density. The screen is also said to have a higher contrast ratio, better viewing angles, and reduced glare. To match, all the stock apps in OS X Lion have been updated to support the screen, as have Aperture and Final Cut Pro.

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Aperture update resolves Snow Leopard bug

05/24, 5:54pm

Maintenance release fixes Viewer functionality

Apple on Thursday released a minor maintenance update for its photo-editing software, Aperture. Version 3.2.4 is said to improve stability when operating in Mac OS X Snow Leopard. The update also resolves an issue that sometimes prevented the Viewer from correctly updating after a photo had been modified in an external editor.

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Apple pulls Aperture, iWork trials from website

04/16, 10:40am

Pushes users to Mac App Store

Apple has removed trial versions of Aperture and the iWork suite from its website, reports observe. In both cases, users are now being asked to visit the Mac App Store and pay for full products. "The trial version of iWork is no longer supported. But you can easily purchase Keynote, Pages, and Numbers from the Mac App Store to start creating beautiful presentations, documents, and spreadsheets today," the US iWork page reads.

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Apple posts revised Java, new Digital Camera RAW updates

04/06, 9:50am

Makes rare backtrack on earlier code

Apple is pushing out two new patches to Mac users via Software Update. Of these the most critical is Java for OS X 2012-002, which actually replaces 2012-001, released earlier this week. Apple rarely outright removes an earlier update; 001 may have had a critical bug or security flaw that was somehow missed in a rush put out the code, which was meant to combat the Flashback Trojan.

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Briefly: Apple adds D800 support, Toast adds iPad resolution

03/22, 8:30pm

RAW update adds Nikon D800 only

Apple has issued a rare minor update to its Digital Camera RAW Compatibility support for iPhoto '11 and Aperture 3, adding only a single camera model: the Nikon D800, announced in early February but only now finding its way to store shelves. The update, now at v3.1.1, will be available automatically through Software Update or users can download it directly from Apple's support site.

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Digital Camera RAW update for iPhoto, Aperture posted

03/14, 7:00pm

Adds support for eight new cameras

Apple has posted an update for iPhoto '11 and Aperture 3 to add new camera compatibility. Digital Camera RAW Compatibility Update v3.10 adds support for models from Canon, Nikon, Panasonic, Samsung and Sony and a total of eight new cameras. Notably missing from the list of compatible cameras is the Fujifilm X10, a well-reviewed mid-range camera we tested earlier this week. The update requires Snow Leopard 10.6.8 or OS X Lion 10.7.1 or later.

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Apple updates Epson printer drivers, Aperture

03/13, 11:00pm

Latter can now delete photos from Photo Stream

Late today Apple has updated almost all Epson printer drivers with built-in support for Snow Leopard and Lion, and has posted a minor update to its pro-photography tool Aperture to grant it the ability to delete photos from Photo Stream, an iCloud feature that can be set to wirelessly copy photos from mobile devices to desktop and notebooks and vice versa. The Epson update is number v2.9, while Aperture is now v3.2.3.

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Windows Phone 7 Connector for Mac adds ringtones, Aperture

11/27, 2:50pm

Windows Phone 7 Connector updates for 7.5

Mac users running Windows Phones received a major update to Windows Phone 7 Connector for Mac (Mac App Store) this weekend to better accommodate Windows Phone 7.5 phones like the Focus Flash. The new update now lets users transfer the custom ringtones enabled by the OS update and also links up with Windows Phone Marketplace. Pro photographers can now sync with Aperture instead of just iPhoto.

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Tiffen Dfx 3.0.5 supports new Avid apps, Sony cameras

11/18, 10:40am

Paint Mask, brush slider get tweaks

Tiffen has released v3.0.5 of Dfx, its effects suite for photo and video editing. The upgrade critically adds support for Avid's new 64-bit editing tools, including Media Composer 6, Symphony 6 and NewsCutter 10. Also newly supported is a host of Sony cameras. The list includes DSLRs like the A550, A580, A700, A850, and A900, but also the NEX-3, NEX-5/5N, NEX-C3, and several SLT-series cameras: the A33, A35, A55V, A65V, and A77V. Remaining cameras on the list are the XCD-SX910CR and the STV680 VGA.

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Apple posts Digital Camera RAW Compatibility Update 3.9

11/10, 5:25pm

Supports new cameras from Nikon, Sony, Olympus

Apple has posted a new Digital Camera RAW Compatibility Update, v3.9. The patch extends support for different RAW formats within Aperture 3 and iPhoto '11. Newly supported camera lines include Nikon's 1 J1, 1 V1, and CoolPix P7100, as well as Sony's NEX-5N, Alpha SLT-A65, and Alpha SLT-A77, and Olympus' PEN E-PL1s, PEN E-PL3, and PEN E-PM1.

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Apple posts Aperture 3.2.1, drivers for HP, Epson printers

10/27, 6:20pm

Aperture update makes small number of bugfixes

Apple has released a trio of software updates, beginning with Aperture 3.2.1. The patch is said to fix just four issues, the most critical being one that caused the software to suddenly quit while running on a Core Duo processor. Also eliminated are glitches that caused the Crop tool to malfunction, a rendering issue when cropping with Onscreen Proofing on, and bad display of location menus on the map in the Places view.

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Apple issues Digital Camera RAW Compatibility Update 3.8

09/01, 4:25pm

Adds Sony, Samsung, Panasonic cameras

Apple has posted Digital Camera RAW Compatibility Update 3.8, a new add-on for OS X Lion and Snow Leopard. The download expands the number of native RAW formats supported by iPhoto '11 and Aperture 3. RAW files represent unprocessed photo data, unlike the JPEGs many cameras default to.

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Apple discontinues boxed copies of numerous apps

07/20, 4:35pm

Directs traffic to Mac App Store

Apple has discontinued boxed copies of several Mac software titles, a note to resellers reveals. Major titles that are now online-only include Aperture 3, Xsan 2, iWork '09 and the iLife '11 suite. Remote Desktop is also being kept off shelves, along with an assortment of Jam Pack add-ons for GarageBand.

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Human Software's Edit 3 adds layer support for Aperture

06/25, 12:00am

Plug-in suite v3 adds mask, text, wavelet layers

Human Software has launched Edit 3, adding layer support to the Aperture plug-in suite. Version 3.0 allows layers in Aperture, as well as Adobe's Lightroom program, supporting size and rotation adjustments, opacity controls, blending and masking via brushes and paths. The toolbox has numerous path tools that work with the new layers, including Bezier or BSpline tools for shadowing, shape tools and repeats. Text and wavelet layers are new, while other tools in the set can liquify and distort images on a specific layer.

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Aperture 3.1.2 update smooths out bugs, performance

03/22, 4:45pm

iPhoto, brushes fixed

Apple is now distributing a minor update for Aperture, 3.1.2. The patch is said to improve "overall stability and performance," as well as correct three specific glitches. The first involves problems with importing libraries from iPhoto. Similarly, Apple has also addressed reconnecting referenced master images.

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Red Giant releases Effects Suite, updates PhotoLooks

12/10, 11:15pm

Updated for CS5, FCP, Aperture, Lightroom

Red Giant Software has brought out a new suite of seven professional plug-ins for Adobe's CS5 applications and Final Cut Pro called Effects Suite 10, and has also updated their Magic Bullet Photolooks to v1.5, now adding support for Apple's Aperture and Adobe's Lightroom as well as Photoshop CS5.

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Aperture update fixes several bugs

12/09, 5:20pm

Improved reliability when upgrading libraries

Apple has released an update to its photography software, Aperture. Version 3.1.1 brings several bug fixes, improving compatibility with the iLife Media Browser and reliability when upgrading existing Aperture libraries. The update also addresses an issue that had caused problems when publishing photos to MobileMe, Facebook and Flickr.

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OnOne unveils Perfect Photo Suite v5.5

12/02, 8:05pm

Includes next-generation Genuine Fractals

Perfect Photo Suite, the collection of digital image-enhancement tools from OnOne Software, has been updated to v5.5, including updates to almost all the components of the collection, a new version of Genuine Fractals now called Perfect Resize 7, along with the ability to run most of the suite's components in Apple's Apertureor Adobe's Lightroom without the need for a separate host application -- and in some cases, as their own standalone apps. The suite will also include a new product, Perfect Layers, which will ship early next year.

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Apple posts updates for ProKit, Aperture

10/20, 5:15pm

Latest versions bring list of bug fixes

Apple has released updates to its Aperture photography utility and ProKit suite of professional applications. Aperture 3.1 offers improvements to stability and overall performance, while adding compatibility with iLife '11. The software also brings a long list of bug fixes for problems relating to importing, face detection, rendering, red eye correction, slideshows and GPS data.

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Snow Leopard graphics update addresses frame rate issues

08/17, 5:35pm

Fixes for Team Fortress 2, Portal

Apple has released a graphics update for Mac OS X Snow Leopard. The download brings stability and performance improvement for a variety of applications and games. Frame rate issues have been addressed in Portal and Team Fortress 2 on certain Macs, while a crash bug has been fixed in Aperture 3 and StarCraft II.

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TwitExport 2 tweets photos, messages from iPhoto, Aperture

07/09, 1:00pm

New version supports OAuth authentication

Blue Crowbar has upgraded its software for exporting tweets and photos to Twitter, renaming the software TwitExport 2. The original software was split between iPhoto and Aperture as plug-ins for each, then named iPhoto2Twitter and Aperture2Twitter. It allows users to send a photo or a batch of photos from either Mac imaging software title to Twitter via Mobypicture or TwitPic. It also supports Aperture 3's 64-bit mode and sending movies from iPhoto.

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Apple posts Mac OS X 10.6.4, Leopard security updates

06/15, 6:05pm

Unique 10.6.4 patches target new Mac minis

Apple has released Mac OS X 10.6.4, an update long in development for Snow Leopard. The patch fixes several important problems; these include keyboards and trackpads becoming unresponsive, Creative Suite 3 programs failing to launch, and difficulty in copying, renaming or deleting files on SMB servers. Minor bugfixes target fullscreen editing in Aperture and iPhoto, and using Good Quality deinterlacing in DVD Player.

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HSC Edit 2 plug-in adds 64-bit support for Aperture 3

06/01, 8:35pm

Update adds improved interface, lens adjustments

HumanSoftware has upgraded its photographic effects plug-ins, HSC Edit, for Apple's Aperture software. The set is spread across 14 modules featuring more than 5000 individual effects. Each tool provides a wide range of manual variations and can be applied to a single image or processed across a larger batch. The modules include effects organized around color adjustments, depth of field, focus, noise, and lighting or lens effects, among others.

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Eye-Fi adds Geo X2 card, support for web hotspots

04/27, 11:45am

Eye-Fi gets automatic sign on for Boingo and more

Eye-Fi today added both a new card and a major expansion of its support for hotspot cards. The 4GB Geo X2 combines the geolocation support of the original Geo with the Class 6 (6MBps) transfer speeds, 802.11n Wi-Fi and "endless" memory of other X2 cards. It's targeted primarily at Mac users using Aperture 3 or iPhoto '09 and will be available only through Apple stores in May for $70.

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Apple releases RAW compatibility update for Aperture, iPhoto

04/22, 11:35pm

Update covers Canon, Olympus, Sony cameras

Apple on Thursday released a RAW compatibility update for Aperture 3 and iPhoto '09. Version 3.2 extends support to a list of new cameras including the Canon EOS Rebel T2i, 550D and Kiss X4; Leica S2; Olympus E-450, E600, and E-620; Sony Alpha DSLR-A230, A330, A380, and A450. The update also addresses RAW processing issues with the Canon EOS 30D, Pentax K-x and K-7.

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HoudahGeo 2.5 adds Aperture 3 Places integration

04/16, 12:45pm

XMP bypass, new track logger support in v2.5

Houdah has launched an update to its geocoding software for the Mac, HoudahGeo 2.5. The software both geocodes and geotags images, allowing users to assign location information to their photo collections. It features support for iPhoto and Aperture and is current version/master-file aware, using the current version for export and offering the choice of returning to the master file for writing EXIF, XMP or IPTC tags. HoudahGeo can automatically geocode images from a GPS track Logger and can geocode images to the nearest waypoint as an alternative. It can also propagate geocodes from an iPhone photo, which has geocode information, to other photos taken in the same timeframe.

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Aperture, iMovie, printer and Pro Apps updates go online

03/25, 5:00pm

Aperture 3.0.2 fixes numerous glitches

Apple has released a collection of four new patches, covering multiple products. Central is Aperture 3.0.2, which addresses general stability in the workflow app, as well as 13 individual problem areas. Some of the latter including upgrading libraries from Aperture 1.x or 2.x, creating print presets, using the Curves, Straighten and Retouching tools, and IPTC metadata. The upgrade is a 69.83MB download.

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Apple releases OS X drivers for Samsung, Brother printers

03/16, 6:20pm

Aperture SlideShow support also updated

Apple has released several drivers for Samsung and Brother printers connected to Snow Leopard systems, along with an Aperture SlideShow support update. Snow Leopard printer and scanner support has been extended to include a variety of models in Samsung's CLP-, CLX-, ML-, QL-, and SCX-series devices.The Brother drivers cover a wide range of DCP-, FAX-, HL-, MFC-, and QL-series printers and multi-function devices.

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Apple puts out Aperture SlideShow Support Update 1.1

03/15, 7:35pm

Aperture SlideShow fix improves HD, video sync

Apple tonight released its second fix for Aperture 3 since launch. Aperture SlideShow Support Update 1.1 (3.3MB) mends video problems and specifically solves a problem with HD video playback in slideshows run on Snow Leopard systems. Regardless of size, audio and video should also now remain in sync after a video's length has been trimmed.

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ProKit 5.1 update fixes scrolling, memory leaks

03/03, 1:50pm

Affects key Apple software

Apple has released an update for ProKit, the framework undergirding several of its professional-level apps. These include Aperture, the Final Cut suite and the Pro and Express versions of Logic. The v5.1 patch fixes an issue with scrolling behavior, and a more crucial problem with memory leaks, which should help improve performance.

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Apple expands RAW support for Aperture and iPhoto

02/25, 4:50pm

Support for cameras from Leica, Pentax, Sony

Apple on Thursday released a RAW compatibility update for Aperture 3 and iPhoto '09. Version 3.1 expands the list of supported cameras to include the Hasselblad H3DII-50, Leica M9 and X1, Olympus E-P1 and E-P2, Panasonic Lumix DMC-GF1, Pentax K-7 and K-x, and Sony's DSLR-A500, -A550 and -A850.

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Aperture 3.0.1 fixes import bugs, memory usage

02/24, 5:25pm

Overall stability and performance improved

Apple on Wednesday released an update to its photography software, Aperture. Version 3.0.1 improves overall stability and addresses a wide variety of issues. Bug fixes involve upgrading libraries from earlier versions, importing libraries from iPhoto, memory usage when processing heavily-retouched photos, facial recognition processing, and more.

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