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Apple posts updates for ProKit, Aperture

updated 05:15 pm EDT, Wed October 20, 2010

Latest versions bring list of bug fixes

Apple has released updates to its Aperture photography utility and ProKit suite of professional applications. Aperture 3.1 offers improvements to stability and overall performance, while adding compatibility with iLife '11. The software also brings a long list of bug fixes for problems relating to importing, face detection, rendering, red eye correction, slideshows and GPS data.

ProKit 6.0 for Snow Leopard improves reliability for browsing iPhoto libraries in Aperture. The update also addresses a discoloration problem involving disclosure triangles in Aperture, while a problem with numeric parameters has been fixed in Logic Pro and MainStage.

Both updates are now available from Apple's support site or via Software Update. The ProKit update is recommended for all users of Final Cut Studio, Final Cut Pro, Motion, Soundtrack Pro, DVD Studio Pro, Aperture, Final Cut Express, Soundtrack, Logic Studio, Logic Pro, MainStage, WaveBurner and Logic Express. [Aperture download - 358MB] [ProKit download - 13.5MB]




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  1. Radovich

    Joined: Dec 1969

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    more photo editing software

    ifunia puts together a list of the best Free iPad Photo Apps for Download as many guies did.

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