updated 05:48 pm EDT, Wed June 5, 2013
Other minor tweaks for Apple's pro-level photo-management app
Shortly after releasing an update to iTunes, Apple also unveiled a minor update to Aperture, its pro-level photo-management and editing program. Like the previous few updates, version 3.4.5 fixes a few issues and includes the usual stability improvements. The new update corrects an issue that could cause Aperture to quit unexpectedly when deleting items from a camera or memory card after import, as well as ejects memory cards correctly when using the Delete Items option after import.
The previous update, which came out in April, fixed an issue with Nikon P7700 raw-format images, correctly displayed them in the import windows, and fixed a problem that would cause Aperture to quit during large imports. It also addressed a couple of minor issues with the Shared Photo Stream function, allowed thumbnails to have names longer than 250 characters, and fixed a multiple warning dialog issue when web albums were synced after waking from sleep.
As with all 3.4.x releases, the program requires users to be running OS X Lion 10.7.5 or Mountain Lion 10.8.2 or later. The full update comes in at 523.15MB and is available either through the Software Update mechanism or directly from Apple's Support Downloads page.