Analog v1.2 now allows you to set up Analog as an external editor for iPhoto and Aperture.
- Go to the Aperture menu, and click on “Preferences”.
- In the “Export” tab, click the “Choose” button beside the “External Photo Editor” option.
- Locate Analog in your Applications folder and click “Select”.
This will set Analog up as your External Editor. To use it, simply right-click on an image and choose “Edit in Analog”, use the “Photos” menu option, or the keyboard shortcut Cmd + Shift + O.
- Go to the iPhoto menu, and click on “Preferences”.
- In the “Advanced” tab, click on the menu labelled “Edit Photos:”.
- In the menu choose ”Other Application” and locate Analog in your Applications folder and click “Open”.
This will set Analog up as your External Editor. To use it, simply right-click on an image and choose “Edit in External Editor”, or the “Edit” button in iPhoto's bottom toolbar.
If at any time you want to edit the image with iPhoto instead, you can either use “Edit in iPhoto” when right-clicking an image, or hold down the Option key when clicking on “Edit” in iPhoto’s bottom toolbar.
Should you wish to remove the edits made in Analog, just go to the Photos menu and choose “Revert to Original”.
Sending Back to your Library
Once you've edited your image in Analog, simply click on the Share button in the HUD, and choose the “Save to iPhoto” or “Save to Aperture” option (which will change depending on which application the image was sent to Analog from.