Aperture Tricks – All About Apple Aperture

January 9, 2006


Filed under: Tricks — Scott @ 11:52 pm

Apple Aperture product lead Joe Schorr gave us a trick today – and it’s a simple one. If you want to improve Aperture’s performance during intense activity like using the straighten command, turn off other adjustments like noise reduction, levels, etc., to cut down the overhead on the GPU. Once you’ve accomplished the straighten or similar task, turn back on the other adjustments. Since everything is non-destructive and since no changes are made to the original file until you export it, there’s no reason to leave all these other adjustments turned on until they’re needed. Thanks Joe!

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