iPhoto Library Manager 3.2.4 reviewDownload
Apple's iPhoto is great and all, but when using it, one can't help but feel that there were some features that just didn't quite make it into version 1.
Apple's iPhoto is great and all, but when using it, one can't help but feel that there were some features that just didn't quite make it into version 1.0.
iPhoto Library Manager's job is to fill this gap.
One of those features is the ability to have iPhoto work with multiple photo libraries, or even the ability to have your library in a location other than the one it chooses.
Here are some key features of "iPhoto Library Manager":
Create new libraries, and keep track of any number of libraries on your machine
Switch between libraries, either through the main window or the dock menu
See what albums are in each of your libraries
Get information your libraries, such as their version, modification date, and size
View and change the permissions of your libraries, handy for sharing libraries between users
Extract the photos from a library, even if the library is corrupted
Create shortcut files, letting you open your libraries directly from the Finder (registered users only)
Copy photos from one library to another, preserving metadata such as names, dates, ratings, comments (limit 20 photos for unregistered users, requires iPhoto 4.0.3 or greater)
Merge two or more libraries together, preserving all photo metadata and roll organization (registered users only, requires iPhoto 4.0.3 or greater).
Merge library disabled in demo version.
Fixed a problem that could prevent copying/merging using iPhoto 5
Added iPhoto Library Manager Automator actions
Improved progress display during library duplication
Fixed a problem where originals would not be copied correctly when working with a recently moved/renamed library.
iPhoto 1.x or higher (4.0.3 minimum for some features).
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