JamesJr for Mac
JamesJr is a smooth-running and easy-to-use Mac OS X application that provides all the tools and features you might need to manage and organize your photo library.
Helps you to smoothly and efficiently manage, sort and batch rename your image files
JamesJr also comes with a user-friendly interface from which you have instant access to three different modules, Sorting, File Editing and Export HTML.
As follows, JamesJr helps you sort and store your pictures in folders and sub-folders by creating copies and aliases or by moving the original files. Consequently, you have the option to create your own folder structure that an also be stored as a preset that you can use later on.
Organizes and sorts your pictures following your custom rules
JamesJr’s batch processing capabilities enable you to organize folders with pictures based on a mixture of criteria that can include EXIF user comment, pixel height and width, file name, color profile, Finder label color, file extension and more.
Moreover, JamesJr makes it easy for you to batch upload your images to iPhone along with supplementary information such as, title, keywords, rating or comment. For all existing images, JamesJr automatically adds a version number.
Rename, rotate, scale and archive multiple images with ease
As mentioned above, JamesJr also comes with editing capabilities that allow you to rename files, edit pictures and add EXIF comments. Therefore, you can add, replace or strip parts of the file names, number photos and transform the characters to upper or lower case.
On top of that, JamesJr helps you scale, crop, frame, color and convert pictures in batch and single file mode. Easily add or edit EXIF user comment and archive folders or files in individual ZIP files for quick and painless file sharing.
In addition, JamesJr enables you to quickly and effortlessly create HMTL picture galleries with just a couple of mouse click with the help of the customizable templates that come with the app.