updated 05:30 pm EST, Mon March 3, 2008
Aperture 2.0.1 released
Apple today released Aperture 2.0.1, an update to its post production photography software designed for professionals. The latest revision of Aperture addresses issues related to the performance and overall stability of Aperture 2, and includes fixes that impact various areas of the software. Fixes cover upgrading libraries from earlier versions of Aperture, publishing .Mac Web Gallery albums, Preview generation as well as deletion, and creating as well as ordering books. Aperture users can upgrade via Apple's 'Software Update' feature located under the Apple Menu, or can download the update manually from Apple's updates page (43.9MB).
Further fixes in Aperture 2.0.1 include the following areas: AppleScript support; keyboard shortcut customization; appearance of metadata overlays in the Browser; Filmstrip, and on light tables; watermarking of emailed photos; and highlighting hot as well as cold areas.
The update also fixes a number of other minor issues, according to Apple, involving some of the following areas of its software: Loupe; Smart Albums; All Projects View; Straighten Tool; Filmstrip; Drag-and-drop import; Thumbnail generation; Import window; and Export plug-in reliability.