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DaveSoderlund Silver Member Nikonian since 29th May 2010Tue 22-Oct-13 07:58 PM
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"A new version of Aperture on the way??"


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The Apple event today introduced the new Mac Pro and alluded to a new version of Aperture designed to take advantage of its power. Here's the Aperture Expert link, which takes you to the streaming video of Apple's announcement:

http://www.apertureexpert.com/tips/2013/10/22/detail-on-aperture-reference-from-todays-apple-special-event.html

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kentak Silver Member
22nd Oct 2013
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Reply message Aperture 3.5 is not Aperture 4
DaveSoderlund Silver Member
23rd Oct 2013
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lajolla Silver Member
23rd Oct 2013
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24th Oct 2013
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kentak Silver Member Nikonian since 03rd Jul 2010Tue 22-Oct-13 10:22 PM
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#1. "RE: A new version of Aperture on the way??"
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Wed 23-Oct-13 01:32 AM by kentak

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DaveSoderlund Silver Member Nikonian since 29th May 2010Wed 23-Oct-13 12:14 PM
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#2. "Aperture 3.5 is not Aperture 4"
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Geneva, US
          

Now that the dust of yesterday's announcements has settled we can see what Aperture 3.5 has to offer. Mostly, it's an incremental upgrade with bug fixes, but the following changes may be significant for some users:
•supports iCloud Photo Sharing
•integration with SmugMug for publishing and syncing galleries
•supports iOS 7 camera filters on imported photos

Aperture 3.5 is available only after upgrading to OS 10.9 ("Mavericks").

Yesterday's event marked the start of a big push for the new "wastebasket" Mac Pro, and one of the featured cameos of power users was photographer Lucas Gilman. I read an interview with Gilman on a blog in which he talks about big throughput gains using the new hardware/software combination for processing RAW files from a D800.

I think this is a sign that there is a new version of Aperture is probably in the works -- it seems that Aperture 3.5 is a placeholder, modifying and optimizing the current version for OS10.9 and the new MacPro.

I suppose I'll upgrade to 3.5 when I upgrade my OS, but I'm in no grand rush....

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lajolla Silver Member Nikonian since 03rd Nov 2005Wed 23-Oct-13 05:24 PM
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#3. "RE: Aperture 3.5 is not Aperture 4"
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Updated my mac osx platforms to osx 10.9 'mavericks' with zero problems. The osx update is free and available from your current osx software update menu tab, or from the app store icon.
Be sure to complete a successful osx 'mavericks' update and install first, before upgrading and installing the aperture 3.5 version. When you open aperture 3.5 after the upgrade install, your old aperture version 3.4.5 library (or libraries) will also be updated. I had no problems with the updates of my old libraries by the new aperture version 3.5, but make sure you have good copies of your old 3.4.5 aperture image libraries before you make the update to 3.5
Aperture version 3.5 has new osx 'mavericks' raw-file rendering algorithms. This means you will need to re-process the raw originals for all your older pre-version 3.5 raw edited versions - but only if if you decide to re-edit those older 3.4.5 raw files using aperture 3.5.
The new osx mavericks raw-file import rendering algorithms seem to work just fine for the nikon dslr cam bodies that I have just tested, importing into aperture version 3.5.

  

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DaveSoderlund Silver Member Nikonian since 29th May 2010Wed 23-Oct-13 08:12 PM
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Thanks for the info! Have you tested the compatibility of any third-party plug-ins (like Nik or onOne?)

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jdenning Silver Member Nikonian since 16th Jun 2007Thu 24-Oct-13 09:51 AM
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#5. "RE: Aperture 3.5 is not Aperture 4"
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I caught the mention of an update to Aperture. Really got excited, wow, finall Then after upgrading to 10.9 I found the 3.5. I SURE HOPE you are correct and a major release is around the corner.

I've enjoyed reading much of the wish list of features people have posted not just here, but also on the apple discussion forums.

-JD-
John Denning
Roswell, GA

  

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