Posted by Sergi Beltran in Applications on 03102014 at 17:05
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One of the most used programs for photo retouching is Aperture, and after yesterday’s keynote, it was updated to version 3.5 with quite a few new features, such as iCloud support, including the possibility of uploading videos, SmugMug integration and some reliability fixes among other things. The update is free for former users of the program; for the rest, the price remains at 69.99 euros in the Mac App Store.
Yesterday Apple launched a major upgrade of all its software, from its Mac operating system, the iLife multimedia suite, the iWork office suite, to its professional photo editing software: Aperture .
This popular photo retouching program comes in version 3.5 with many new features, such as support for iCloud’s Photo Streaming or the ability to share videos, as we did in iOS 7. Other new features include the inclusion of Apple Maps for geolocation of photos, the integration of SmugMug – an image hosting service – or the compatibility of iOS 7 filters . The new Aperture is now available on the Mac App Store at a price of 69.99 euros.
We leave you with the complete list of all the news.
- Adds support for iCloud’s Streaming Photos, with the ability to upload videos and support for multiple subscribers.
- The Places will now use Apple’s maps to display the geolocated photos.
- Integration with the SmugMug service, with support for publishing and synchronizing galleries to the SmugMug account.
- Adds support for iOS 7 filters that have been applied from Apple mobile devices.
- Corrects a problem that sometimes occurred from not applying adjustments to exported images.
- Fixes a problem that could cause black and white points on curves to shift incorrectly when using the eyedropper tool.
- Fixes a problem that prevented image data from being added correctly when exporting to some types of RAW files.
- Improves reliability by adding names to faces
- Fixes a problem that could cause Aperture to hang up after adjusting a very large panoramic image.
- Fixes a problem that could prevent memory cards or hard drives from being properly ejected after importing by clicking the Delete button.
- Improves the reliability of presentations on the 15-inch Retina display MacBook Pro.
- Fixes a problem that could cause thumbnails to be displayed incorrectly in the iLife media browser.
- You can now upload videos of up to 3 minutes on Flickr.
- Captions instead of version names are synchronized between Aperture and Facebook for new albums.
- Improves reliability when printing a light table.
- Fixes an issue that could prevent adjusted images from being published in the Photo Gallery.
- Includes stability and performance improvements.