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Aperture 2.1 released

Discussion in 'Mac Applications and Mac App Store' started by boer, Mar 28, 2008.

  1. macrumors regular

    #1
    http://www.apple.com/pr/library/2008/03/28aperture.html?sr=hotnews.rss

    From press release:

    Released today, Aperture 2.1 introduces an open plug-in architecture that lets photographers use specialized third-party imaging software from right within Aperture. In fact, customers downloading the Aperture 2.1 update will receive a sample plug-in available for immediate use. Developed by Apple, the Dodge & Burn plug-in adds brush-based tools for dodge (lighten), burn (darken), contrast, saturation, sharpen and blur. Aperture 2 customers can download the free Aperture 2.1 Update by visiting the Aperture download site.

    From software update:

    Aperture 2.1 updates various features of the application and addresses issues related to performance and overall stability. The updates include the following:

    - Dodge & Burn Plug-in. A sample plug-in is pre-installed, taking advantage of the Edit API introduced in Aperture 2.0. The plug-in adds brush-based tools for Dodge (Lighten), Burn (Darken), Contrast, Saturation, Sharpen and Blur.
    - Customize Default Adjustment Set. You can now specify which adjustments appear by default in the Adjustments Inspector/HUD.
    - Updated Crop Tool. A simplified UI makes it easier to preserve an image's original aspect ratio, match the aspect ratio of your display, or use one of the standard preset aspect ratios.
    - Sorting in All Projects View. A contextual menu allows you to sort the All Projects view in ascending or descending date order.
    - Show on Map. A contextual menu allows you to choose the Show on Map by right-clicking (or Control-clicking) on an image that contains GPS data.
    - Access to Toolbar on Second Display. When using multiple displays in Full Screen mode, the Full Screen toolbar is now accessible on a second display.
    -"Snapshots" book theme. This additional theme includes new "photo border" frames in which to place images.
    - Flip Images. You can now flip images horizontally or vertically within Aperture.
    - Vignette. The range of gamma and exposure settings available has been expanded.
    - Save Books as JPEG or TIFF images. Automator actions have been added to Save as PDF pop-up menu in the Print Book window to automatically generate JPEG or TIFF images from book pages.
    - Update EXIF from Master. This command allows Aperture to reread EXIF from a master images after they have been imported.
    - Extended AppleScript support. The "Reveal" verb in the AppleScript dictionary has been extended to include containers such as projects and albums.

    The update includes fixes that impact the a number of areas, including:

    Image import
    Image migration
    Erasing memory cards after import
    Quick Preview
    Batch Change
    Auto-stacking
    All Projects view
    Tooltips
    Smart Albums
    Tethering
    Adjustments inspector
    Viewer
    Loupe
    White Balance
    Definition
    Lift & Stamp
    Handling of externally edited images
    Reconnecting referenced files
    Keyboard customization
    Deleting images
    Metadata presets
    Book themes
    Borderless printing
    Web Page/Web Journal export
    Exporting versions
    Export Plug-in support
    AppleScript support

    For further information about this update, see Late-Breaking News About Aperture 2, available at http://manuals.info.apple.com/en/Aperture_2.0_lbn_z.pdf

    The Aperture 2.1 Update is recommended for all Aperture 2 users.
     
  2. macrumors 68020

    northy124

    #2
    Didn't See That When Updating Earlier Hmmm BTW This Is Better Suited In Photo Section.
     

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