All Articles Tagged with "Apple Aperture"
In order for editable copies to be made correctly from Apple Aperture, you will need to configure your external editor file format. Please change the "External Editor File Format" to PSD format (in Aperture's Export preferences).... Read more »
If you are launching PhotoTools 2.6 Professional Edition out of Apple Aperture and the image is appearing back in the Aperture library unchanged, change the file type that is being exported from Aperture to a PSD.... Read more »
The Aperture 3.1 update renders our plug-ins unusable. We have released a fix for this issue. To download the updated installers, please choose your product from the links on the right hand side of the support... Read more »
NOTE: This is for PhotoTools 2.0 ONLY, it will NOT work for version 2.5 To fix this issue, the following file will need to be downloaded. Please click here to download the file and follow the steps below.... Read more »
Do I need Photoshop installed if I want to just use PhotoTools 2.6 Professional Edition in Lightroom or Aperture?
Yes, PhotoTools uses supported versions of Adobe Photoshop (CS3, CS4 and CS5) as its processing engine. This is why a full version of Photoshop must be installed to use PhotoTools.