Viktor Goltvyanytsya, director, Objective-c, Python and AS3 developer.
We are focused on apps planning and development, mobile services implementation, development of extensions for Adobe Creative Suite family of applications
LuminarAI Adds Support For Apple M1 Devices, HEIC Images, and More
Skylum Software has released the third update for LuminarAI which adds support for the Apple M1 Chipset, HEIC, and further enhances some of its AI-driven tools. According to Skylum, this update will make it easier for artists of every skill level to achieve incredible results with their photos. Improved Sky AI The company says with the new enhancements to their algorithms, SkyAI now produces even more photorealistic results with greater control and accuracy. Skylum says LuminarAI will have...
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Nikon releases free photo management and editing software for Mac
Nikon has released a new app that assists camera owners with both photo management and photo editing, and the best part is that it is free for both Mac and PC users. The software, called NX Studio , is described as one software to do it all, integrates the previously separate ViewNX-i and Capture NX-D pieces of software. Bring the Nikon experience to your computer with NX Studio, a comprehensive image-processing suite designed for viewing, processing and editing images captured with Nikon...
Nikon releases free photo management and editing software for Mac https://t.co/xelgg3GstM
Mac instances on Amazon Web Services now support macOS Big Sur and Elastic File System
Amazon had a surprising announcement back in December when it revealed support for Mac instances on AWS. macOS Mojave and Catalina were the only supported operating systems at launch, and now the latest OS for Mac is officially supported. Here’s the announcement from AWS: Starting today, customers can run macOS Big Sur (11.2.1) as Amazon Machine Images (AMIs) on EC2 Mac instances. macOS Big Sur is the current major macOS release from Apple, and introduces multiple new capabilities and...
Mac instances on Amazon Web Services now support macOS Big Sur and Elastic File System https://t.co/2MaB78Ir3N