Here are the final updates for HDRSoft Photomatix Pro including Windows 32, 64-bit along with the Mac OS X version. The new update comes with new improvements and changes for both Windows and Mac OS X.
Photomatix Pro 5.0 released: Adds Contrast Optimizer Tone Mapping for realisic-looking results, new Fusion method for real estate photography, multiple settings batching, and option to enable fusion from a single RAW file.
- Take multiple photographs at varying exposure levels (brackets)
- Merge the photos into an HDR image
- Adjust the settings to get the look you want: from natural-looking with Exposure Fusion to painterly or surreal with Tone Mapping
Photomatix Pro and Photomatix Essentials are stand-alone programs running on Windows and Mac OS X.
Photomatix Essentials focuses on simplicity and ease of use. Photomatix Pro offers more options and includes advanced features such as batch processing and selective deghosting. Some of the features of Photomatix are also available as an Edit Plug-in for Aperture. A free Lightroom Plug-in makes it possible to access Photomatix Pro directly from Lightroom, if desired.
20-Nov-13: Photomatix Pro 5.0 released:
Adds Contrast Optimizer Tone Mapping for realisic-looking results, new Fusion method for real estate photography, multiple settings batching, and option to enable fusion from a single RAW file.
Changes in version 5.0.5:
- Added support for recent camera models such as the Panasonic GH4 and Nikon D750 and D810.
- On Batch Bracketed Photos, resizing options now differentiate between landscape and portrait orientation (by letting the user resize the long and short edge instead of width and height), and offer the ability to automatically set the short edge based on the long edge.
- Bug fixed: Processing Nikon D600 Raw files could result in pink highlights. (Bug had been fixed in version 4.2.7 but reintroduced in version 5.0)
- Bug fixed: With some specific images, the Batch Bracketed Photos could crash when the "perspective correction" option was left unchecked.
- Bug fixed: The '360º image' option of the Fusion/Real-Estate method did not work.
- Bug fixed: The Fusion/Real-Estate method didn't properly support 64-bit addressing, resulting in incorrect result when fusing a relatively high number of large files, such as 7 or more 200 MegaPixels panoramas for instance.
- [Win only] Windows 8 users can now run Photomatix without having to install an older version of the .NET Framework.
- [Win only] Bug fixed: Crop feature required to start the crop selection from the top left.
- [Win only] Bug fixed: Crash when running Photomatix on systems with more than 32 cores.
- [Win only] Bug fixed: Button to choose custom output location was sometimes incorrectly disabled in Batch Processing window.
- [Win only] Bug fixed: Loading ZIP-compressed TIFF files coming from an iPhone could result in a crash.
- [Win only] Bug fixed: No error message was shown when TIFF files with unsupported compression format failed to load.
- [Mac only] Bug fixed: When a single Jpeg or Tiff file is tone mapped and 'Yes' chosen when prompted on whether to apply the noise reduction, the 'Redo with Other Settings' feature did not work, hanging the application.
- [Mac only] Bug fixed: Loading ZIP-compressed TIFF files coming from an iPhone could hang the application.
- [Mac only] Bug fixed: Batch Bracketed Photos didn't list the Fusion/Auto Preset.
HDRsoft Photomatix Pro 5.0.5 (Win) - Uploaded - RapidGator - LetitBit
HDRsoft Photomatix Pro 5.0.5 (Mac) - Uploaded - RapidGator - LetitBit