Graphics | iPhoto Library Manager 4.2.5
Author: Brian Webster
Date: 10/07/2016 05:33 PM
Size: 7 MB
License: Shareware $29.95
Requires: OS X 10.6/10.7/10.8/10.9/10.10/10.11/10.12
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iPhoto Library Manager lets you easily create and keep track of multiple iPhoto libraries, but that's only the beginning. It also has the ability to copy your photos from one library to another, while keeping track of photo metadata that is normally lost when exporting from one library and importing into another.
Titles, dates, descriptions, keywords, ratings, faces, and place information are all transferred along with the photos, ensuring that you keep all that information you spent hours entering into iPhoto. iPhoto Library Manager also reconstructs events and albums with the same photos as they had in the library they came from, as well as retaining both the edited and original copies of each photo. You can split up a large library into multiple smaller libraries, merge entire libraries together into a big one, and much more!
• Multiple Libraries: Create multiple iPhoto libraries, instead of having to keep all your photos in a single library.
• Info at a Glance: See at a glance what albums are in each of your libraries, as well as their version, modification date, and size.
• Share And Share Alike: Set your library's permissions so that it can be used by multiple users on the same machine
• In Sync: Sync photos from multiple libraries with your iPod, iPad, or iPhone
• Automate It: Customize your photo workflow using built-in Applescript support and Automator actions
• Quick Switch: Switch to another library with one click by using shortcut files
• Makin' Copies: Copy photos from one library to another while retaining titles, comments, keywords, ratings, and dates
• Doing The Splits: Split a large library apart into smaller, more manageable libraries
• Photo First Aid: Rebuild or extract photos from corrupted iPhoto libraries
OS X 10.6.8+
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