Shortly after releasing an update to iTunes, Apple also unveiled a minor update to Aperture
, its pro-level photo-management and editing program. Like the previous few updates, version 3.4.5 fixes a few issues and includes the usual stability improvements. The new update
corrects an issue that could cause Aperture to quit unexpectedly when deleting items from a camera or memory card after import, as well as ejects memory cards correctly when using the Delete Items option after import.
The previous update
, which came out in April, fixed an issue with Nikon P7700 raw-format images, correctly displayed them in the import windows, and fixed a problem that would cause Aperture to quit during large imports. It also addressed a couple of minor issues with the Shared Photo Stream function, allowed thumbnails to have names longer than 250 characters, and fixed a multiple warning dialog issue when web albums were synced after waking from sleep.
As with all 3.4.x releases, the program requires users to be running OS X Lion 10.7.5 or Mountain Lion 10.8.2 or later. The full update comes in at 523.15MB and is available either through the Software Update mechanism or directly from Apple's Support Downloads