Software Updates: iPhoto 7.1.2 & Prokit

petvas

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Jul 20, 2006
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This update was supposed to fix a problem with Web Galleries! Mine are still there :)

Anyway, the software update page on Apple.com isn't yet updated. Maybe 10.5.2 will also come (I doubt it though, not today at least)
 

pyramid6

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Aug 8, 2006
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Does anyone know if they updated CoreImage? I don't have any pictures with me, but I would love it if they added D3/D300 support.

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pyramid6

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Aug 8, 2006
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just getting it now... wow how many of us are waiting for 10.5.2 and endlessly checking for updates!

what is this prokit thing though?
I think it is the extra libraries for their pro applications. The only thing I know that is extra is UI parts. The pro applications use some custom UI.

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milo

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Let's hope this improves Logic a bit, but I'm not holding my breath.

So where's a real Logic update, it's badly in need of one?
 

nagromme

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Do they make full-screen tactile displays, that reproduce the whole screen, windows and all? That sounds really useful for some things. Especially with all fonts converted to braille.

Just wondering out loud.
 

JonasLondon

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Sep 25, 2006
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I think it is the extra libraries for their pro applications. The only thing I know that is extra is UI parts. The pro applications use some custom UI.

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Correct: ProKit 4.5 improves reliability for Apple's professional applications and is recommended for all users of Final Cut Studio, Final Cut Express, Aperture, Logic Studio and Logic Express.
 

alw4416

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Just curious as to what you think it needs.
you're kidding right?? obviously you aren't a studio owner. logic is a freakin disaster! overload messages, terrible stability with 3rd party plugins, cpu hog, doesn't nice well with other apps, random crashes and other general stability problems...shall i go on? im a former apple beta tester/studio owner i am here to tell you that logic has really taken a back seat to apple's other focuses ie...the blasted iphone....they better pull it together very soon or many serious major industry logic users will walk away...
 

chme6583

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I'd be willing to bet this means no Apple TV or 10.5.2 updates until next week. Apple seems to release about 3 updates at a time and doesn't release any others for about a week. They probably don't want to bog down their servers. :mad:

I want my Apple TV update
 

pkoch1

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Oct 3, 2007
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you're kidding right?? obviously you aren't a studio owner. logic is a freakin disaster! overload messages, terrible stability with 3rd party plugins, cpu hog, doesn't nice well with other apps, random crashes and other general stability problems...shall i go on? im a former apple beta tester/studio owner i am here to tell you that logic has really taken a back seat to apple's other focuses ie...the blasted iphone....they better pull it together very soon or many serious major industry logic users will walk away...
Hey now! I said I was just curious. I wasn't arguing or doubting you or anything. I just said I was curious as to what you thought it needed. Please don't write in such a condescending way! This is a friendly forum!

I am a studio owner, actually. I have had problems with Logic, sure, but I would hardly call it a disaster. I have also had problems with Digital Performer. I don't use Pro Tools, but I have played in sessions during which the engineer had problems with it. From what I have learned, and apparently what you have learned too, Logic is the best software for me.
 

bacaramac

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Can't wait till I get home, that is, if this update fixes the slow import of high res photos and HD movies from my digital camera.

Anyone confirm if this speeds up the import process. Or I guess I will wait till I get home.
 

tibi08

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It's snappier for me too! I just noticed that switching to edit mode happens in the blink of an eye. Oh and Safari AND Finder are WAY Snappier after this update as well!
Actually, in all seriousness, switching to edit mode does seem faster then before....
 
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