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Iridient Digital Releases Iridient Developer 2.3.3 Share This on LinkedIn   Share This on Google   Tweet This   Forward This

3 February 2014

Brian Griffith has has released Iridient Developer 2.3.3, updating the $75 Raw image editing software for Mac OS. Griffith said the update "contains new default ICC profiles and refined camera curves for numerous models from Canon, Nikon, Sony, Fujifilm and others based on major updates to my internal camera calibration tools." In addition, Raw file support has been added for the following cameras:

Fujifilm X-T1, Olympus E-M10, Panasonic DMC-FZ60 (ZS40), Canon M2 and Phase One IQ250.

Among the improvements in the new version are:

  • Improved Adaptive Early Stage noise reduction to better retain fine details at very high levels while still showing similar overall levels of noise reduction.
  • Improved default ICC color profiles and camera curves for numerous camera models from Canon, Nikon, Sony, Fujifilm and others based on newly developed internal camera calibration tools.
  • Updated to latest OpenEXR v2.1.0 libraries.
  • Warning message is now displayed if the program is launched and the Open file dialog is dismissed without selecting any images to load.

The update can now be downloaded from the Iridient Digital Web site.

More details are in the news release below.

Iridient Digital releases Iridient Developer 2.3.3 for Mac OS X

PACIFIC GROVE, Calif. -- Iridient Digital, Inc. has released Iridient Developer 2.3.3, an update to my critically acclaimed Raw conversion and image processing software for Mac OS X.

The Iridient Developer 2.3.3 update can now be downloaded here:

This update includes a fix for proper pass through of some IPTC/XMP fields used by Photo Mechanic XMP sidecar files. All Photo Mechanic metadata fields should now pass through successfully when IPTC/XMP metadata is enabled. This update also includes improvements to Adaptive Early Stage noise reduction which now better maintains fine details at high levels while still showing similar levels of overall noise reduction.

This release also includes numerous new default ICC camera profiles and camera curves for most Canon, Nikon, Sony and Fujifilm models from the past few years based on new internal camera calibration tool refinements. Opening image(s) by drag and drop onto the image window is now possible. A monochrome sharpening preview option to aid with fine-tuning sharpening adjustments has been added along with various other fixes and improvements.

New Raw camera support includes:

  • Fujifilm: X-T1
  • Olympus: E-M10
  • Panasonic: DMC-FZ60 (ZS40)
  • Canon: EOS M2
  • Phase One: IQ250

The complete list of over 550 supported Raw cameras can be viewed here:

The complete Iridient Developer version history including full release notes for version 2.3.3 can be viewed at the Web site.

This release is a paid upgrade for users who originally purchased a license prior to April 1, 2012. You get at least 18 months of free upgrades, regardless of version designation, when purchasing Iridient Developer. When used unregistered, in "demo" mode, Iridient Developer is fully functional however all exported images will be watermarked.

Upgrades are available to previously licensed users for the discounted price of $45 by requesting a 40 percent discount code from New licenses can be purchased for $75 securely through Iridient Developer by selecting "Purchase..." from the File menu or securely online through the Web store.

Iridient Developer 2.3.3 is a 64-bit Intel application and requires a 64-bit capable Intel processor (Core 2 Duo or later) and Mac OS X version 10.6 or later.

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