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.
NOTE: To buy shootShifter via the App Store an Apple account is required.
· 64-bit processor
What's New in This Release: [ read full changelog ]
· [new] added "Find" feature (cmd+f) that allows to jump to and select photos or folders by searching for their names. (keyboard shortcut to change the category is alt+cmd+cursor-up/down when the search field is active)
· [new] added "keeper" markers. until now the only simple "reject workflow" was to trash photos in slideshow mode. but that can be annoying and restrictive if you want to get rid of many images or perhaps change your mind when navigating back and forth. now its possible to mark the keepers (cmd+k or just k in slideshow mode). and at the end its then easily possible to e.g. put all the unmarked ones in the trash. (Keepers in Selected Folder -> Select All / Select Others, hold additional alt to change mode to "Adjust separately" if necessary and possible)
· [new] added experimental date support for quicktime (and "qt alike") movies like .MOVs, .MP4s etc: it uses creation date and modification date from the movie header (mvhd) with optional per folder timezone correction OR th...