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nov 2, 2012 at 12:22 pm

Apple released update for Aperture

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What's New in Version 3.4.2

• Photos received via My Photo Stream or shared streams can now be added directly to other shared streams

• Multiple email addresses can now be copied and pasted in the "Shared with" field for shared streams

• When more than five subscribers "Like" a photo in a shared stream, all their names are now displayed correctly

• The Info panel for a shared stream now includes an Unsubscribe button

• The status line in the toolstrip now displays the number of new photos added to a shared stream

• Faces are now properly detected on photos imported into a library from a shared stream

• Adjusted photos added to shared streams are now published with EXIF metadata properly preserved

• Addresses the reliability of Shared Photo Streams when switching between iPhoto and Aperture with the same library

• Custom keyboard shortcuts are now properly preserved when upgrading from earlier versions of Aperture

• Double-clicking a photo in Viewer-Only mode now correctly toggles to the Browser view

• Addresses a problem that could prevent the Viewer from displaying images with correct color after Auto White Balance and Auto Enhance are applied

• Addresses an issue that could cause JPEGs exported with a custom ICC profile to render incorrectly

• A dialog now displays progress when deleting large numbers of photos using the Empty Aperture Trash command

• Fixes a problem that could cause duplicate detection on import to fail when the "Auto-Split Projects" option is enabled

• RAW files are no longer displayed in the Import window when the "JPEG files only" option is enabled

• Key photos made from panoramic images are now displayed at high resolution

• Addresses a problem that could cause the Info panel in the Inspector to display the wrong metadata view

• Fixes an issue that could prevent Microsoft Outlook from being used to email photos from within Aperture

• Improves stability when working with AVCHD video files

• Fixes a problem with using the Zoom navigator on a second display

• Addresses issues that could cause web journals to export incorrectly

• Includes stability improvements

oct 18, 2012 at 12:16 am

A bug in Aperture does not allow you to delete data on the location and time of capture from personal photos

While shooting, modern cameras are automatically adding GPS data to images. Apple's programms iPhoto and Aperture provide this information to features like Places. And since many people are uploading their pictures to the Internet without knowing about this feature, any user can easily see the details of when and where these snaps were actually captured.

Aperture theoretically provides the opportunity to erase this data from pictures before you share them with other people, however, practically in the current version of Aperture this function does not work.

We hope that Apple will fix this bug soon, but for now you can remove the location data only from Aperture's library. To do that, uncheck the "Include location info in exported photos" at the Export section of Preferences.

aug 18, 2012 at 10:39 pm

Another convenience of Aperture, the simplified Viewer and Browser setup lets you maximize screen real estate for your images.

aug 18, 2012 at 2:34 pm

Aperture includes an all-in-one Inspector that consolidates the Projects, Metadata, and Adjustments panes and lets you switch between them simply by pressing W.

aug 17, 2012 at 1:23 am

Aperture features a sleek, straightforward and customizable interface with well-located, easy-to-find tabs and toolsets. From import to export, the process is almost automatic, with users only needing to input metadata and make the necessary adjustments here and there.

aug 14, 2012 at 11:22 pm

What editing features Aperture does have are well-developed and deliver impressively accurate results.

aug 13, 2012 at 11:21 pm

Pick and choose with impressive ease from galleries located on iPhoto or created through Aperture.

aug 12, 2012 at 9:46 pm

Aperture gives photographers incredible tools to manage massive libraries, speed through photo edits, make essential image adjustments, and deliver photos online and in print using one simple, integrated workflow. Whether you shoot RAW or JPEG, Aperture lets you get the most out of your photography.

aug 9, 2012 at 7:57 am

Forget the hassle of uploading again and again, with iPhoto integration, Aperture makes quick work of oftentimes complex upload tasks.

aug 7, 2012 at 6:09 am

Tired of unfocused zoom tools? With Aperture's loupe tool, users can zoom in on a specific area for more precise edits and improved results.

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