ShootShifter helps to redate and rename photos based on the EXIF or filesystem dates. With the preview timeline its quite easy for example to synchronize several folders of images that were taken with differing camera dates.
ShootShifter presents photos (and now movies, too) in chronological order on a graphical timeline. Date changes can then be applied with several tools to individual photos or even complete folders of images. E.g. its possible to directly enter new dates, or to simply drag the images around on the timeline, etc.
One of the cameras was set to a wrong date? The time was off? No problem!
With the new fullscreen preview and 100% loupe its possible to get a great overview over the images and to already here get rid of the least successful ones.
At the end the images can be renamed with standardized filenames using the user-configurable naming templates.
And when all dates are corrected this can still be a very useful tool to quickly present images in fullscreen mode. *I* use nothing else anymore! :-)
• Huge internal clean-up and optimizations:
• Improved performance in several key areas, e.g. scrolling the timeline is smooth again on Yosemite.
• Rebuilt(!) preview generation, to get rid of the most glaring bottleneck: Even large RAW or movie files, with a more time-consuming preview setting, do not interfere with or even block the timeline anymore.
• Completely changed the way movie files are handled, e.g. to better support imports with many files, potentially saving lots of memory. Improved state preservation for movies, too: playback position and state are now correctly restored.
• Tweaked UI on Yosemite to better match the new system visuals.
• And quite a few more smaller tweaks and fixes!
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- Nov 17, 2014
- Jan-Sebastian Schliemann
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