Photomatix HDR Plug-In for Aperture
1-Jul-12 – Updated in v2.1
– Addition of 20 built-in presets.
– Filtering of preset thumbnails by category.
– Options for alignment, deghosting, and reduction of noise and chromatic aberrations are now set on a dialog showing after having invoked the plug-in on bracketed images.
– Changes in the Details Enhancer algorithm aimed at addressing the issue of difference between the preview and final image that may occur in some cases.
– Ability to resize the window to a smaller size to fit into the display of a 11″ MacBook Air.
1. Go to the place where you downloaded the plug-in (by default your ‘Downloads’ folder) and open the folder named ‘PhotomatixPlugin 2.1’.
2. You can either choose to manually install the plug-in or to use the installer:
Move the file PhotomatixPlugIn.ApertureEdit to:
~/Library/Application Support/Aperture/Plug-Ins (where ‘~’ is your User home directory)
In case there is no ‘Plug-Ins’ folder in “Application Support/Aperture”, create the folder manually.
Double-click on the file InstallerPhotomatixPlugInForAperture
3. Start or restart Aperture.
4. Select bracketed photos on the browser or the viewer.
5. Control-click (or right-click), select Edit With and then Photomatix HDR