shootShifter 4.5

Utility that will help you re-date and rename folders of images
shootShifter is a useful utility that will help you redate and rename folders of images.

How does shootShifter change the images ?

For images with Exif-data: The ExifDateTimeOriginal and the ExifDateTimeDigitized are modified according to your changes. (Both are the same after saving)

If the TIFFDateTime (modification date) is different to the ExifDateTimeOriginal it stays unchanged unless its chronologically before the new ExifDateTimeOriginal.

For ALL images: The (finder-)creation date gets modified only if there is one. If the (finder-)modification date is different to the (finder-)creation date it stays unchanged unless its chronologically before the new (finder-)creation date.

last updated on:
November 17th, 2014, 14:08 GMT
file size:
2.8 MB
developed by:
Jan Schliemann
license type:
operating system(s):
Mac OS X 10.8 or later
binary format:
Intel only
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What's New in This Release:
  • Huge internal clean-up and optimizations:
  • Improved performance in several key areas, e.g. scrolling the timeline is smooth again on Yosemite.
  • Rebuilt(!) preview generation, to get rid of the most glaring bottleneck: Even large RAW or movie files, with a more time-consuming preview setting, do not interfere with or even block the timeline anymore.
  • Completely changed the way movie files are handled, e.g. to better support imports with many files, potentially saving lots of memory. Improved state preservation for movies, too: playback position and state are now correctly restored.
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