Catapult allows you to use Adobe Camera Raw or Nikon Capture to perform RAW conversions with images from your Aperture library.
Catapult will stack the converted images with your RAW masters in Aperture, and archive the settings used to produce the converted image for later use, so you can produce an updated image later.
Use the Catapult edit plugin to export your RAW files to a “drop” folder. Convert the RAW file to a JPEG or TIFF and save it to the “pickup” folder.
To support non-destructive editing, Catapult can archive the XMP sidecar file produced by Adobe Camera Raw, or a settings file exported from Nikon Capture.
When you want to make changes to your JPEG/TIFF image later, just edit that image using Catapult — it will export the original RAW file used to create the image as well as the associated XMP sidecar/settings file, allowing you can continue where you left off.
Batch Catapult’s batch mode lets you export several RAW images at once. Catapult will watch the pickup folder for new files and automatically associate them with the exported RAW images by matching file names (it will also automatically find matching sidecar XMP files).
Catapult gives you the possibility to import the whole set of processed files at once, and will stack each converted file against the corresponding RAW files.
Nikon photographers can use this as an alternative for shooting RAW+JPEG. You can use Catapult and Nikon Capture to produce superior conversions of NEF files compared to the in-camera processing, while honouring all the in-camera settings that the in-camera processing provides. This allows you to save space on your memory cards while shooting!
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