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A Demo of Catapult in Action (video)

I mentioned using Catapult last week in the post about my workflow for using Fujifilm X-Trans files in Aperture. I thought Id create a quick video demo to show catapult in action for those who’ve never used it or heard of it. Catapult is actually pretty cool. It allows you to send your raw files from Aperture to a third party piece of software, and it will also handle the re-importing of the finished results back into Aperture. It’s kind of hard to fully explain without seeing it in action, so here’s a video of it in action! Enjoy.

By the way, you can get catapult from brushed pixel.

[UPDATE] There appears to be an issue with the Podcast feed showing up in iTunes. I’m not sure what is going on, but I’ve contacted Apple for clarification.

Catapult Demo from Thomas Fitzgerald on Vimeo.

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One Response to A Demo of Catapult in Action (video)

  1. TimK August 7, 2013 at 10:45 am #

    Using Catapult, returning files from external editor will be put back into aperture as managed tiff files. I’m working only referenced, so you will end up with two workflows imho.

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