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Among other software updates released today in support of OS X Mountain Lion, Apple has also rolled out new versions of i Photo, i Movie, and Aperture.

i Photo 9.3.2 [Mac App Store]- Supports compatibility with OS X Mountain Lion - Sharing options now include Messages and Twitter - Includes performance and stability improvementsi Movie 9.0.7 [Mac App Store]- Fixes an issue related to third-party Quick Time components that could cause i Movie to quit unexpectedly - Resolves stability issues when previewing MPEG-2 video clips in the Camera Import window - Fixes an issue where audio was not included when importing MPEG-2 video clips from a camera Aperture 3.3.2 [Mac App Store]- Fixes an issue that in rare cases could cause Aperture to hang or quit unexpectedly when upgrading libraries Apple has issued a minor update to Aperture, its prosumer photo editing and management application.

From my point of view, the extra hassle of having to download and install some updates is more than made up by saving over from Apple's full retail version. When compared to Lightroom, it has some features better than LR like slideshows and probably the books making.

Get yourself ahold of an Aperture 2 copy if you don't have one already, I'm sure they can be had for cheap, and then use this to get up to the latest and greatest version for substantial savings! LR has better tools for making local adjustments to pictures.

Typically, however, we need to move those presentations off our computer to other devices, such as an i Pad, or to You Tube and other online sharing sites.

Maintaining that high quality during the export process can be tricky.

But Lightroom goes further for the pro or very serious amateur with its superior image adjustment tools.Professional video editing app Final Cut Pro [Mac App Store] was updated to version 10.0.5 with an update that "improves overall stability and is enhanced for the Mac Book Pro with Retina display." Motion [Mac App Store] received the same update, moving to version 5.0.4.Photo management tool Aperture [Mac App Store] was updated to version 3.3 with a number of updates, including support for the Mac Book Pro with Retina Display: What's New in Version 3.3 - New unified photo library for both i Photo (v 9.3 or later) and Aperture; no import/export required; Faces, Places, slideshows, albums and web sharing work across both applications - Support for AVCHD video has been added - Aperture now lets you use camera-generated previews for faster browsing of RAW files immediately after import - Highlights & Shadows tool has been updated to deliver higher-quality results and work with extended range data - A new Auto Enhance button has been added to the Adjustments panel - White Balance tool now includes Skin Tone and Natural Gray modes to simplify color balance - Auto button has been added to the White Balance tool for one-click color balancing - Set Desktop command has been added to Share menu so you can set a desktop background from within Aperture - A new Manual option allows you to drag and drop projects to customize sort order in the Projects view - New preference Apple has released a minor bug fix update to its Aperture photo editing and management software.Aperture has largely sat still over the past two years, occasionally tightening up the code and adjusting to new Mac OS capabilities, while Adobe's competing Lightroom pro photo workflow app has majorly improved.The latest point upgrade of Aperture, 3.3, does bring a few new interface tweaks, photo fixing tools, and native support for i Photo libraries, but it still hasn't caught up with Adobe Lightroom (9, 4.5 stars) in powerful, profile-based image corrections.The 3.3.1 update fixes a minor issue that caused a crash in certain situations: What's new• Fixes an issue that in rare cases could cause Aperture to hang or quit unexpectedly when upgrading libraries The prior update to Aperture enabled users to swap libraries between Aperture and i Photo with no importing or exporting.