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Globaledit Export plug-in for Aperture

updated 11:20 am EDT, Thu October 18, 2007

Aperture sharing plug-in

Industrial Color today released its Globaledit Export Plug-in for Aperture, designed for professional photographers using Apple's Aperture software who need to share massive photo libraries and collaborate with creative teams via the internet. The plug-in aims to ease the process of securely uploading image collections from Aperture 1.5 into Globaledit Industrial Color's online digital workflow system. Once uploaded, image collections are globally available for editing, talent approval, image distribution, and contact sheet creation. Users can also perform image markups as well as retouching notes, FPO and layout creation, metadata services, fulfillment services, and long-term archiving. Industrial Color is showcasing the new plug-in today at the Digital Photography Masters exhibition at M Project Gallery in Tribeca, New York (pricing was unavailable).

"The integration of these two gold-standard software technologies connects professional photographers and creative teams," said Aaron Holm, vice president of development and integration at Industrial Color. "Connecting professional desktop applications with global Web services reduces the barriers of time and distance across our clients' photo production workflows."




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