Impression for Aperture
Impression for Aperture
1.1.3

4.5

Impression for Aperture free download for Mac

Impression for Aperture

1.1.3
13 January 2011

Watermark plugin for Aperture.

Overview

Impression for Aperture... Watermark plugin for Aperture.

Features

  • Adds high-quality watermarks to your photos.
  • The original RAW images are not altered.
  • Multiple photos can be watermarked with one click.
  • Existing PSD (Photoshop) or PNG images can be used as watermarks.
  • Watermarks can also be created from a RTF text file. The font and color from the file is used for generating the watermark.
  • The Impression plugin can place watermarks horizontally and vertically.
  • Controls are available for adjusting the transparency, position and margin.

What's new in Impression for Aperture

Version 1.1.3:
  • Watermarked files are now compressed using a lossless compression algorithm (LZW). This results in significantly smaller files without any difference in quality.
  • Watermarked images now use the color profile that's set in Aperture's preferences (in the Export pane).

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3 Impression for Aperture Reviews

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Paoloz
06 May 2010

Most helpful

I don't see the purpose of this. Aperture has the capability to watermark Images during export, and it's bundled (read: free). Good luck!
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Version 1.1.2
T-Kennedy
26 May 2011
Aperture can make a watermark on export. Then they are outside Aperture. I've done it. It works but it doesn't work as cleanly as it could have. What makes this handy is that it keeps your files in your library and projects. So instead of sending out exported duplicates and then trying to put them back in manually, you're handling the watermarked images just like any roundtrip image to Photoshop or a filter. Saves a load of time building a digital gallery of your selects from a project. Couple that with a little Smart Filter sorting and it's the solution that should have come within Aperture but didn't in 3.
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Version 1.1.3
Rpphoto
07 May 2010
This appears to do some things differently than Aperture's built-in watermark process. It would be nice if the developer would provide a comment on how it is diferent. Also, is it 64 bit so that it will run in Aperture without having to relanch in 32 bit? Thanks.
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Version 1.1.2
1 answer(s)
T-Kennedy
T-Kennedy
26 May 2011
Yes. It's 64.
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Paoloz
06 May 2010
I don't see the purpose of this. Aperture has the capability to watermark Images during export, and it's bundled (read: free). Good luck!
Like (1)
Version 1.1.2
$14.90

4.5

App requirements: 
  • Intel 32
  • PPC 32
  • Mac OS X 10.5.8 or later
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