HT4007: Aperture 3: Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)Learn about Aperture 3: Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
Currently Being ModeratedDec 19, 2012 6:47 AM (in response to art Harris)
Check the version of the plug-in you have, if it is compatible with the latest Aperture version. With Aperture 3.4.3 and Mt. Lion all plug-ins must be sand-boxed, see: Aperture 3.4 and later: Some third-party plug-ins are no longer compatible
If your plug-in is compatible with Aperture 3.4, it should be installed in the Applications Support folder in your User Library or System Library:
either in the sub folders "Export" or "Edit".
Currently Being ModeratedDec 19, 2012 5:54 PM (in response to art Harris)
You may have been using the plug-in called: "Catapult" at link below:
As Leonie mentions, you will need to verify compatibility with the new sand-boxing requirements if using Aperture 3.4.x. I suggest contacting the author(s) of Catapult to verify.
Note - I have never used Catapult, but do use DxO Optics Pro 8 before importing into Aperture for a kit lense that needs optical corrections beyond the capabilities of Aperture (and takes too much time in ACR).
Currently Being ModeratedDec 20, 2012 12:36 AM (in response to art Harris)
DxO tell me that, with their new version of the software, the plug-in which used to work with Lightroom (never existed for Aperture - my memory seems to be faulty) no longer works - they are looking into the possibility of creating a new one, but it may not be worthwhile.