Today we released a new, free update to Aurora HDR 2018 which brings several new tools, bug fixes and feature improvements on both the Mac & Windows platforms.

Today we released a new, free update to Aurora HDR 2018 which brings several new tools, bug fixes and feature improvements on both the Mac & Windows platforms. Many customers shared their feedback on our just-released hdr software, which contributed to what went into the new release.

Photo by Serge Ramelli

Right off the bat, to update follow these instructions: Launch Aurora HDR 2018 as a standalone. It will automatically ask if you want to update, but if not, simply select the Aurora HDR 2018 > Check for Updates… menu to proceed. Your copy will be updated to version 1.0.1.

This is one of the lovely things about modern technology and software development - the ability to easily “push” automatic updates to software as needed. We like this very much and am pretty sure you appreciate it too!

Photo by A.D. Wheeler

Here is a list of the key improvements:

WINDOWS

  • Added Lens Correction tool
  • Added Transform tool
    • Added Info panel
      • Added Color Denoise option for RAW files
        • Added Single View Mode
        • Improved Dodge & Burn filter
        • Improved Presets
        • Improved localizations
        • Fixed issues with handling metadata from Lightroom, .NEF brackets colors and Drag & Drop.

        MAC

        • Added ability to move images between bracket groups while Batch processing
        • Improved Presets
        • Fixed issue with .DNG files

        Our plan is to release another free automatic update at the end of October, part of our continuing commitment to serve you! Please let us know how we’re doing by contributing photos and feedback on the Aurora HDR Facebook Photography Group.

          Photo by Matt Suess