OnOne software, makers of the ever-popular Genuine Fractals and other plug-ins, recently announced that it is busy at work updating its suite of products for compatibility with Aperture 3.
OnOne’s Mike Wong had this to day on the company’s official blog:
Anyway, the long and short of it is that we have been working on making 64-bit versions of the Mac OS X versions of our plug-ins for a little while now and are entering the home stretch. When released, these 64-bit updates will be free of charge to registered owners of the current versions of our plug-ins. So if you’re not registered, now would be a good time to do that.
So the date. You’re probably asking “when will Aperture 3 support be coming?”. As of today, we’re looking at May 15, 2010 to have those free updates available. Sooner if possible, but with what we’re currently working on, it’s looking like May 15, 2010.
Here are some other popular Aperture plugins, some of which are already compatible with Aperture 3.