Tuesday, November 16, 2010

iPhoto Library Manager 3.5.8 | Mac Os X

IPhoto Library Manager 3.5.8 | Mac Os X | 3.2 MB

Apple's iPhoto is a convenient application to use to organize and edit your digital photos, but it restricts you to having to keep all of your photos in a single, monolithic library. iPhoto Library Manager adds an additional level of control over your iPhoto collection by allowing you to keep your photos in multiple libraries and transfer them back and forth without losing your keywords, ratings, and all the other information you've worked to assign to your photos. Libraries can be split into smaller ones, or smaller libraries can be merged together into one large library. You can keep your photos on an external drive or another computer on your network, share them with other users on your machine, sync them all with your iPod, and use iPhoto Library Manager to keep track of it all.

iPhoto Library Manager offers the following FREE features: 
create new libraries
maintain a list of multiple photo libraries and switch easily between them
see the albums in each of your libraries at a glance
see the size, version, and modification date of each of your libraries
extract photos from the folder of a damaged library
modify the permissions of your libraries, handy for sharing among multiple users
In addition, registered users of iPhoto Library Manager can: 
create shortcut files, allowing you to open your libraries directly from the Finder
copy photo albums from one library to another, preserving all of the metadata associated with your photos, such as the title, date, rating, comments, and keywords (requires iPhoto 4.0.3 or later)
merge multiple libraries together into a single library (requires iPhoto 4.0.3 or later)
Collect photos from multiple libraries into a single folder for syncing with your iPod (limit 100 photos for unregistered users)

Mac OS X 10.3.9 or later
Apple iPhoto (some features require iPhoto 4.0.3 or later)

Version 3.5.8:
Note that this release does not yet provide support for copying photos with iPhoto 9. It contains a couple quick fixes that will be helpful for those using iPhoto 9.0, but full support for iPhoto 9.0 will be included in an upcoming update.
It is no longer necessary to upgrade newly created libraries when opening them for the first time with iPhoto 9.0
When trying to copy photos using iPhoto 9.0, we now display a message saying this is not yet supported, rather than failing with an error message
Fixed an issue where reopening an iPhoto library after upgrading it to 9.0 would result in no photos being displayed in iPhoto

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