Skylum Software, the company formerly known as Macphun, has announced an update to its Aurora HDR program.
Aurora HDR 2018 promises a speed boost of up to 180% for Mac OS users when working on bracketed images and 175% when working on single images. Windows users, meanwhile, are set to see a boost of 500% when working on bracketed images and 400% for single images.
Windows users will also receive the same batch processing tool that has been available to Mac users up until now, as well as a refreshed interface, the ability to rename layers, histogram functionality and a flip/rotate tool among other things.
Mac users, meanwhile, should expect improved plugin stability, increased export speeds and improved memory management when batch processing images.
The update also provides compatibility with the new Loupedeck+ console, which was also announced today. Support has also been added for a range of new cameras, namely:
- Sony A7 III
- Canon EOS 4000D
- Fujifilm X-H1
- Fujifilm X-A20
- Fujifilm X-A5
- Fujifilm X-E3
- Olympus E-PL9
- Panasonic DC-GF10
- Panasonic DC-GX9
- Panasonic DC-TZ200
- PhaseOne IQ3 100MP Trichromatic
Head to the Skylum website to find out more.