Aperture plug-in developer releases beta iPhoto plug-ins

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Ubermind, a company that has been developing Aperture plug-ins for Apple’s professional photography market for the past two years, has released a few new plug-ins for iPhoto.

Ubermind said they are brining the same technology they use for their high-end plug-ins to Apple’s consumer application. The iPhoto plug-ins are all currently in beta, but are available for download.

Currently the company is offering four plug-ins for users to test. Plug-ins include GalleryExport for iPhoto: exports to and helps manage Gallery installations; UberUpload for iPhoto: adds FTP and SFTP exports to iPhoto; iPhoto to Picasa Web Albums: uploads files to Google’s Picasa Web Albums; and iPhoto to Archive: bundles photos into popular archive formats including .zip and disk image.

The plug-ins are available from the Ubermind beta Web site.

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