Unified Color Announces Lightroom 4 Support

April 11, 2012 | Zoltan Arva-Toth | Software | 1 Comment |
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Unified Color Technologies have announced that their HDR software offerings now support Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 4. The company has updated HDR Expose 2 and HDR Express to support Lightroom® 4 and tested for full compatibility. To download the free updates, users of the respective applications can simply choose the “Check for updates” option in the Help menu.

Unified Color Technologies Press Release

UNIFIED COLOR ANNOUNCES ADOBE® PHOTOSHOP® LIGHTROOM® 4 SUPPORT

The High Dynamic Range Imaging Experts Offer Full Range of Lightroom® Supported Products

SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO, CA – April 10, 2012 – Unified Color Technologies announced that its range of award-winning HDR software offerings now support the recently-released Adobe® Photoshop® Lightroom® 4. Users of the existing lineup of Unified Color Technologies’ true-color HDR solutions can now download the free updates ensuring a seamless roundtrip workflow from Lightroom® 4 to HDR Expose 2 and HDR Express. To download the free updates, users of the respective applications can simply choose the, “Check for updates,” option under the in-program, “Help,” menu.

The engineers at Unified Color have updated HDR Expose 2 and HDR Express to support Lightroom® 4 and tested for full compatibility. HDR Expose 2, a fully-featured 32-bit color editing HDR solution offers batch processing capabilities, user definable presets, and color neutral dodge and burn tools. The entry-level HDR Express automates key aspects of the HDR production process, such as automatic tone mapping and halo elimination to provide a streamlined and very easy-to-follow workflow.

Both HDR Expose 2 and HDR Express also offer complete functionality with Apple’s Aperture software. For more information on Unified Color offerings, to download a trial version or purchase any of the applications, please visit http://www.unifiedcolor.com.

About Unified Color
Unified Color Technologies is redefining the capabilities of visual technology with a unique color system that powers the next-generation of high dynamic range (HDR) imaging devices and software. A significant improvement over current industry standards, Unified Color’s new Beyond RGBTM color model presents a versatile color platform which is able to map a much larger color space encompassing the full human visual spectrum including colors found in nature and man-made light sources.



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11:49 am - Thursday, April 12, 2012