Skylum has rolled out a new update to its Aurora HDR software, which it claims makes the software up to 500% faster on Windows machines and 180% faster on Mac.
Specifically, Skylum says the Aurora HDR performance update boosts its speed by up to 180% on MacOS computers when working with bracketed shots and 175% when working with single images.
On Windows computers, Aurora HDR is now 500% faster when working with bracketed shots and 400% for single images, Skylum says. Aurora HDR also now makes better use of memory, with more intelligent management and improved stability.
Other additions include a new batch processing tool for Windows users (the Mac version already has this), a flip/rotate tool, histogram functionality in the tone curve filter and the option to rename layers.
Aurora HDR 2018 also adds support for the following cameras:
- Sony A7 III
- Canon EOS 3000D / Rebel T100 / 4000D
- FujiFilm X-H1
- FujiFilm X-A20
- FujiFilm X-A5
- FujiFilm X-E3
- Olympus E-PL9
- Panasonic DC-GF10 / Panasonic DC-GF90
- Panasonic DC-GX9 / DC-GX7MK3
- Panasonic DC-TZ200 / DC-ZS200 / DC-TZ202 / DC-TZ220 / DC-ZS220 / DC-TX2
- PhaseOne IQ3 100MP Trichromatic
What’s more, Skylum says it has partnered with Loupedeck, and its new photo editing console, the Loupedeck+, is compatible with Aurora HDR. Visit Skylum’s website for more details.