A&P Aperture Users: 1.5.2

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  1. Blair

    Blair New Member

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    Just wanted to give everyone the heads up that 1.5.2 is out and available for download.
     
  2. hsubaru

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    Hot. downloaded and installed. Not that I'll likely really tell the difference.
     
  3. Blair

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    oh it was much snappier for me, and the response coming in and out of fullscreen mode is a major improvement.
     
  4. hsubaru

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    What kind of Mac you got?

    I'm running a 24" iMac, 2GB RAM, and the 256MB vid card, everything else is basic.
     
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    My mac is too old to run it. :wtc:
     
  6. mojito

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    people are actually using it :ugh2:
     
  7. Blair

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    20'' imac intel, 1 GB ram, and 256MB vid card.
     
  8. Blair

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    why wouldnt we? it is a great way to manage, adjust, backup, and export images.
     
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    Aperture rocks. I used to use Capture 1 Pro and then tried lightroom for a while. Aperture is by far the best when it comes to my workflow. There are a few image editing things I wish they'd add that lightroom has, but overall I can't complain.
     
  10. Blair

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    for me the main benefit of aperture is the ease with which i can view, archive, and back-up my images. also the speed it adds is unprecedented.
     
  11. mobbarley

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    lightroom isnt there... yet.
     

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