shootShifter 4.6

Utility that will help you re-date and rename folders of images
shootShifter - You can add here your photos and reorganize / rename them.
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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:
December 20th, 2014, 10:39 GMT
file size:
2.8 MB
price:
$8.99
 
license type:
Shareware
developed by:
Jan Schliemann
operating system(s):
Mac OS X 10.8 or later
binary format:
Intel only
category:
Home \ Multimedia
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What's New in This Release:
  • Added date changing live-preview: While dragging around images on the timeline (or using the thumb date-picker), the larger previews are updated constantly. Image position and (orange) dates already preview the resulting state, before finishing the action for good.
  • Added support for .AAE sidecar files: These are now renamed or possibly trashed together with the associated media files. Just like with .XMP files: In single file mode they have to be explicitly imported, too. (A little filename add-on indicates a recognized sidecar file.)
  • Further optimized movie playback:
  • The 100%-loupe now works with movies, too! (It depends on Mac speed, storage device and movie type, how well this actually works. But its at least worth a try: e.g. using it to closely inspect 4k clips on a smaller screen, can be quite useful.)
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