Geotagging for Aperture
add GPS data to your digital photosUbermind has brought digital photography yet another awesome Aperture export plug-in. Now, it changes the map once again with the release of its first edit plug-in for Aperture: Maperture.
Combining the power of Aperture and Google Maps, Maperture is a powerful, new edit plug-in for Aperture that makes geotagging your photos a snap. Whether you're geotagging a few images, or your entire library, Maperture is the easiest, most intuitive way to add GPS data to your digital photos.
"Before today, geotagging photos either required you to own expensive camera equipment or was a slow and painful process involving multiple applications," said Shehryar Khan, Ubermind's CEO. "With the release of Maperture, we've streamlined that process by giving photographers an integrated solution for adding GPS data to their images. And the best part about it all, it's absolutely free."
In conjunction with the launch of Maperture, Ubermind is also releasing an updated version of its popular Aperture to Picasa Web Albums plug-in. Version 1.4.2 capitalizes on Maperture's capabilities by adding support for uploading geotagged images to Google's photo sharing service.
Maperture Minimum System Requirements:
* Aperture 2.0, Mac OS X v10.4.11 Tiger or, Mac OS X v10.5.2 Leopard
Aperture to Picasa Web Albums Plug-in Details: Version: 1.4.2 * Aperture 1.5 * Mac OS 10.4
Maperture and the new version of Aperture to Picasa Web Albums are now available for direct download from Ubermind. Maperture is a free plug-in while Aperture to Picasa Web Albums comes with a 15 day trial.
Ubermind's expertise in integrating large enterprise systems, combined with its knowledge of designing intuitive user interfaces, has provided a solid foundation for developing high quality export plug-ins for Aperture.
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