Apple releases Aperture 3.1.3

Apple has launched Aperture 3.1.3, the most recent update to the professional-level photography software. Incorporated within the update are general compatibility fixes and, of course, enhancements in stability and gratifaction as a result, the brand new version is suggested for those Aperture 3 customers.

Particularly, Aperture 3.1.3 touts better reliability and gratifaction for syncing albums printed on the internet, now handles slideshow exports without anyone’s knowledge, and enables customers to allow or disable support for gestures in the preferences. Additionally, the Crop tool now properly supports gestures for determining size, customers can shift-click pictures in Faces to create contiguous choices, and printed albums on MobileMe, Facebook, and Flickr now appear inside a Web portion of the Projects Inspector.

A number of other patches address an issue in which a blank sheet would appear throughout a book or print order, a problem where incorrect metadata presets were put on imported audio, along with a glitch where Aperture could quit suddenly when trimming audio entirely-screen mode. Individuals who enter names in Faces which use highlighted, Japanese, Korean, or Simplified Chinese figures should discover that process smoother, and also the program also features better stability for browsing videos and enhanced reliability for repairing and repairing your library.

The 292.02MB update requires Mac OS X 10.6.6 later and it is available via Software Update and Apple’s support downloads site.