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Aperture Assistant

I've been pretty quiet on the blog recently, due to a combination of being away for much of February (I went to Australia for a wedding, and met up with Aaron Spence who turned out to live round the corner), re-doing my website (not finished yet) and a bunch of application programming.

Pano2Movie has been getting a bit of attention, with a new beta with bezier curve paths hopefully coming out in the next two weeks.

The other programming? Aperture Assistant. This is a new program allowing you to set up complex automated workflows with Apple's Aperture application, building up a visual flowchart.

http://aperture-assistant.com

It's now in public beta testing, download it and have a play if you are an Aperture user.

Ian

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Pretty slick! (both the app and the site)

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Thanks! The Drupal template was done by a local design company called Toucan, with a lot of consultation.

http://www.toucandesign.co.uk/

Ian Wood
Landmarks of Britain
Azurevision

P.S. Pano2Movie.com just got updated as well using the same popup method for the media - what you saw yesterday was only a trial run...

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After a thousand or so downloads and a mere five bug reports, Aperture Assistant 1.0 is now available...

http://aperture-assistant.com/downloads

Ian Wood
Landmarks of Britain
Azurevision

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Re: Aperture Assistant

And is currently the featured download on Apple. :-)

http://www.apple.com/downloads/macosx/

Ian Wood
Landmarks of Britain
Azurevision

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Re: Aperture Assistant

Woah! Very cool!

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Re: Aperture Assistant

Cool, and an extra 1500+ downloads in less than thirty hours - which is more than all downloads from other sites, including my own and including the two public beta versions.

Now, if I can just track down the couple of obvious bugs that slipped through the net...

Ian Wood
Landmarks of Britain
Azurevision

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