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Jun 29th, 2017More Info ▸

HDRtist NX 1.1

Next generation HDR software

HDRtist NX is the third installment in the HDRtist series of applications that we started back in 2009. NX is our absolute latest and most advanced, featuring technology that we've been improving since 2009, and brand new tech that we've developed in the last few years. Its a massive accumulation of our dedicated research and development.

  • Now supports RAW images from Apple's Photos.
  • Added a new RAW image processor.
  • Added a new Color Temperature option (with more natural results).
  • Updated to use OAK2017 & OCIKit2017.
  • Optimized several of the processing steps and we'll continue to do more.
  • Diagnostics information gets included in Error Reports again.
  • Fixed a glitch with Split View on some Retina displays.
Jan 16th, 2018

App Wrapper 3.8.3 update released

Version changes.

  • Handles code signing certificates with missing information far more elegantly.
  • Improved the purchase routine so it shouldn't cause any issues any more.
  • Markdown converter in ORCA framework can now handle [ & ] without link information.
  • Fixed an issue with importing some older App Wrapper 2.5 files.
  • An issue whereby the 'Current' Alias within a Framework was actually a folder.
  • An issue where the code signing certificate contains a single quote in the name.
  • More internal changes to better support our newer frameworks.
Nov 7th, 2016More Info ▸

Iconographer 1.0

Multi-platform icon creator

Designing application icons or customizing icons on your Mac can be a tedious and time consuming task, especially application icons as you need to also create the related "Document" icons, "Disk Image" icon and possibly even a Folder icon. Not forgetting that different operating systems have different guidelines for how app icons should look.

So we've decide to share our own icon creation tool, so that it can help you out too. It's called Iconographer, and we designed it to help us create our application icons (and related icons) and also we use it to customize our Macs to make it quicker for us to recognize certain folders and disks.