EasyBatchPhoto
EasyBatchPhoto
3.3

4.5

EasyBatchPhoto free download for Mac

EasyBatchPhoto3.3

12 October 2015

Batch compress, resize and convert photos.

Overview

EasyBatchPhoto allows you to batch-compress, resize, and convert photos.

Photographers and webmasters often find themselves spending too much time converting, resizing and watermarking (with copyright, for example) images.

EasyBatchPhoto frees you from these repetitive tasks by processing hundreds, or even thousands, of images with a single drag-and-drop. EasyBatchPhoto performs many other common functions besides scaling and conversion, but what truly sets EasyBatchPhoto apart from the competition is its incredible ease of use and smooth integration into your workflow.

Features
:
  • Intuitive and easy-to-use
  • Fast and responsive
  • Recursively process sub-folders
  • Reads JPEG, PNG, TIFF, PSD and many other formats.
  • Writes JPEG, PNG and TIFF.
  • Supports true lossless JPEG operations
  • Preserve JPEG/EXIF headers
  • View EXIF headers with the built-in Inspector Window
  • Flexible on-the-fly file renaming

What's new in EasyBatchPhoto

Version 3.3:
  • Fixed an issue where EasyBatchPhoto could hang under certain situations when running on OS X 10.11 El Capitan

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75 Reviews of EasyBatchPhoto

3
Alexsa
16 January 2011
Version: 3.0.4

Most helpful

Good application to resize photos. But I'm missing some features for 24 bucks.
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5
67fabrice67
26 March 2020
Version: 3.3
I really love this app : i notice there is no update since 6 years now - is that still developed ?
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4.5
thomasreimer
13 July 2018
Version: 3.3
my daily workhorse, reliable and just does the job. hope to have this tool a long time
(0)
4
Sebfrey
14 August 2017
Version: 3.3
Very handy tool, gets the job done.
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5
robfol
21 April 2017
Version: 3.3
One of my most used apps, so simple for resizing pics for web and press use. The presets and batch facility make it very useful. As they say "it just works' and perfectly good on Sierra 10.12.4.
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5
Aretevt
19 January 2017
Version: 3.3
Super Easy!
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5
Arttmann
13 October 2016
Version: 3.3
Fantastic little app! Easy to use, flexible, a REAL time saver for image production tasks. Love it. Thanks. :-)
(1)
4.5
Yoshita
16 August 2015
Version: 3.2.2
Must-have utility.
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5
wayne-5
01 February 2015
Version: 3.2.2
We have this app on all our Macs, its great for quickly adding watermarks, cropping, rescaling or changing the DPI settings of images. It's also the quickest way to sequentialise images to ensure other Mac and PC apps keep them in order while processing. If your business prints or processes images, this app is a must have!
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5
LDMC
02 June 2014
Version: 3.2.2
This software is great. Simple, easy to use, fast. Does the job quite well!
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5
Harry-Macbeth
20 April 2014
Version: 3.2.2
Been using it for donkey's years and it's still one of my favourite purchases. Many thanks to Jay Teo and Yellow Mug Software for making such an effective, easy-to-use app!
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5
Timwux
15 April 2014
Version: 3.2.2
Does exactly what it says, and ti does it well. I bought the Commercial 5-pack for my editorial interns to use to resize photos for our website—way cheaper and simpler than even a Photoshop droplet.
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5
LuisM8685
23 August 2013
Version: 3.2.1
Create profiles with all the actions you want performed on your images, save it and forget about having to reselect all the parameters every time you use the software. It's the best time saver to process images!
(0)
4.5
Irunner
01 July 2013
Version: 3.1.6
Fast and easy does what it says and more
(0)
5
GTIZI
26 April 2013
Version: 3.1.6
Great for processing multiple batches of files to a minimum size.
(0)
5
Lizzy954
09 November 2012
Version: 3.1.5
I can't say enough for this awesome software. Being an avid downloader of wall paper, taking pictures etc., easybatchphoto is truly the best I have had in a long time ! This does not even come close to iresizer which I also purchased looking for a software to enlarge some of my smaller wp example: an iphone wp to my ipad 2 :) The customer service is impeccable ! I downloaded the trial version and whenever I had a question or even have 'duh' moments, customer service answered and walked me through it all step by step and within a few hours of me emailing. I also went ahead and purchased the bundle that they offer and I love the folder enhancer ! As much as I love my iMac, I am disappointed that I cannot customize my folders, deck etc with this mountain lion OSX. Folder enhancer allows me to change colors and even add my own text ,,,,it's really cool ! The picture frame is cool too !! So with all that being said (smiling) do try it out ,,, you won't regret it !! Elizabeth :D
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4.5
William-A-Kincaid
26 October 2012
Version: 3.1.5
looks good, tastes great and moves quickly too, doesn't take up much space in camera bag, in short keeping a little learning curve but I am not working too hard for nothing man
(0)
4
Muthdave1
25 October 2012
Version: 3.1.5
This is great software. It's simple, works well, and is easy to use!
(0)
4
Sccotaw
13 September 2012
Version: 3.1.4
This is & has been a great utility, but ever since I installed the 3.1.4 update, I no longer get file icons on my jpegs when I use the app to resize them for web posting. I am running Mac OS X 10.7.4. I've emailed the support folks, so hopefully they have some suggestions (maybe I can downgrade for now if I can find the older version).
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5
Pupsta
12 September 2012
Version: 3.1.4
Even as a Photoshop CS6 user, I love this app and use it all the time, it is absolutely perfect for quick and easy batch processing. Saves me so much time. Now updated for Retina MacBooks, so even better. I own every app this developer has released and all of them are an essential part of my arsenal. Can't argue with the price either!
(1)
4.5
Musicelect
01 August 2012
Version: 3.1.3
A very powerful batch photo editor. It offers many options for scaling or changing the image dimensions. Set the dimensions and tell it to keep the image inside that box. Or crop it to fit, fill it to fit, stretch it to fit, etc. You can choose the image quality or limit the output file size. Apply a watermark using exif information or another image file. Save your settings as a preset for easy re-use. My only complaints are: The system for choosing an output folder could be smoother. You specify the default location and can optionally create a new folder upon outputting. Sometimes it gets confused when a folder with the same name already exists, though.
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2.5
Rs27
04 June 2012
Version: 3.1.1
While it works for small tasks, it seems to forget its settings to the point that the settings have to be wiped out and reset. It does a poor job of saving files and it seems embedded with bugs.
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5
aidanorourke
24 March 2012
Version: 3.1.1
Excellent, more features than I need, nothing else performs the task of batch resizing images more quickly and easily
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5
Steeps-Patrick
22 March 2012
Version: 3.1.1
Pretty easy to use to do some simple image reworks. But don't expect a advanced feature set. Nevertheless a good useful app.
(0)
5
June8
20 March 2012
Version: 3.1.1
Very nice and useful application.
(1)
4
Kando
11 November 2011
Version: 3.1
It simply works excellent!
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4
theshtickler
10 November 2011
Version: 3.1
Total genius. The "fit to rectangle" feature is worth the price alone, Photoshop does not have this feature. Absolutely recommend to any web developer, massive time saver.
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4.5
Francising
29 October 2011
Version: 3.1
My favorite batch converter, and I have 5 or 6 programs that do it. If your time is money then don't wait.
(2)
4.5
thomasreimer
20 September 2011
Version: 3.1
gee, wish I had found this before. Photoshop can just not do this, without a lot of hassle
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3
brown-melaniem
13 July 2011
Version: 3.0.5
how can you make the image background you created (as a watermark) transparent over the photo? (therefore only seeing text over the photo)
(0)
brown-melaniem
11 July 2011
Version: 3.0.5
how can you make the image background you created (as a watermark) transparent over the photo? (therefore only seeing text over the photo)
(0)
4
Rallypacific
28 June 2011
Version: 3.0.5
Unsure as to whether this program would be useful or not, I downloaded it to test it, something I seldom do. A minute of frustration in trying to get a watermark in place was quickly over when I looked at the Help file, which detailed the process nicely. One warning, your watermark image better be nice and small or it will rival the image you are trying to watermark. (You can use this same program to scale it down.) Had a good laugh about that! Without any more fuss I was able to watermark and scale images in under 5 minutes, so I hurried back to MacUpdate to purchase EasyBatchPhoto. I think I'm going to be using this a lot. I haven't tested out all the features, or long enough to test stability, hence the moderate ratings for those.
(3)
5
Januaryseraph
18 May 2011
Version: 3.0.5
I love Easy Batch Photo, it takes care of all the (previously) tedious tasks that I normally go through before I send out gorgeous photos to friends. I highly recommend this application if you want to streamline your process. January Seraph
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5
Johnostrowick
25 March 2011
Version: 3.0.5
A good program to do batch resizing and watermarking of images. I use it often. I used to use PhotoShop's batch tool but when I moved to an intel machine, I noticed that my old copy of photoshop running under rosetta made my machine run hot. So I replaced it with Pixelmator and EasyBatchPhoto. good enough!
(5)
5
Reel-mac
01 February 2011
Version: 3.0.4
Great little application! I work in television post-production and we use a lot of high-resolution stills that are severely overkill for video resolutions. EasyBatchPhoto is the perfect solution for us. The settings are very flexible and the processing is fast. Just as an example, I set my widest edge for 1950 pixels, drag and drop a bunch of high-res pictures into the well, set my destination (if it's not already set in the preferences or presets) and that's it. I've now got a batch of resized files that are Final Cut Pro friendly. Support team is responsive, also. I submitted a question/feature request for an option to export saved presets and got an immediate response. I've had no stability issues with photos averaging 4000 x 3000 pixels. Worth every penny.
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4.5
The-Captain
26 January 2011
Version: 3.0.4
Great program! Simple, quick and dose one thing and dose it well, watermark your photo or image files! You can do a "batch" at one time, which is a great time saver. I own other "Yellow Mug Software" programs, they always work, the company is very good with auto updating and keeping up with any Mac changes or updates so I jumped on this sale! Thanks MacUpdate!
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3.5
boxorain
24 January 2011
Version: 3.0.4
Easy and useful time-saver - purchased on sale ( 2011-01-24 ) primarily for its ability to create watermarked images for posting my business' images to social network sites.
(3)
3
Alexsa
16 January 2011
Version: 3.0.4
Good application to resize photos. But I'm missing some features for 24 bucks.
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5
Randommac
10 June 2010
Version: 3.0.1
Was NOT going to buy this. Didn't need it, what with GraphicConverter (a great swiss army knife) and iPhoto already steady use, but when I got to spending some time with it, I began to realize how many hoops I'd been jumping through. For example, just to resize a few photos I'd import them to iPhoto and export them again with the few options available to me from within iPhoto's export command. Not enough options! EasyBatchPhoto will let you batch rotate, scale up, scale down, fill, set background color. What was I thinking? Or I'd fire up GC and get lost somewhere in the process -- too many windows and dialog boxes. My time is worth more than the shareware price, and the results are more than acceptable. Worth it in every respect. Kudos.
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5
Sebfrey
08 June 2010
Version: 3.0.1
Very nice product, works as advertised. Better than most shareware, if you need something like this, I recommend it.
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5
Dameian
22 January 2010
Version: 3.0
EasyBatch Photo is extremely efficient, stable, and functional. My wife uses this app daily for her blog empire and does nothing but rave about its ease of use and expansive feature set. I use it quite often to create web photo albums and have found it to be extremely easy to use and stable. One of the best out there for batch photo manipulation. Plus I can speak from personal experience that the developer (Yellow Mug) is one of the must friendly and easily accessible in the Mac community. Emails are answered quickly and with friendly answers. All around great Mac software from a great Mac developer.
(7)
5
Tiki-bob
21 December 2009
Version: 3.0
Very slick application. Nice interface. Much more intuitive and flexible than the freeware versions. Works faster than expected on my MacBook. Highly recommended.
(3)
5
Tonycecala
16 December 2009
Version: 3.0
EasyBatchPhoto program does what it supoosed to -- simply and easily. All software should be this rock solid. I highly recommend it for image resizing and especially watermarking. The developer also provides excellent updates.
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5
Harry-Macbeth
02 December 2009
Version: 3.0
Typically outstanding app from Yellow Mug Software. As a retired senior "relatively" new to computing, I'm grateful to developers like Jay Teo who not only release effective and easy-to-use software, but provide fast and clear support. (Even when the problems originate with the user rather than with the software.) It's good to see a new release of an already fine product. Thank you, Jay, for your very good work!
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5
Blue-Indigo
14 July 2009
Version: 2.3.2
Fast. Useful. Stable. Love it. I used to do a lot of this processing with PhotoShop. WHAT was I thinking.
(1)
5
joshsalganik
02 July 2009
Version: 2.3.2
Finally. Batch Editing software that works, is affordable, and easy to use. Thats all I ever ask for. 5 Stars!
(1)
Lars55
22 February 2009
Version: 2.3.1
I have been using EasyBatchPhoto for a couple of years now. I love it. As a webmaster, I am constantly having to resize and upload photos. This makes my work much easier and efficient.
(0)
Robertcoogan
19 February 2009
Version: 2.3.1
Everything was fine, but the watermark feature was a bit buggy. Had to uninstall, but now works fine.
(0)
Yay4merlot
08 December 2008
Version: 2.3
I personally prefer EasyBatch (-the 'photo'): http://www.macupdate.com/info.php/id/29733/easybatch I used to actually use a command-line tool to do batch processing, but GUI apps are a much much nicer alternative.
(0)
Jrfsmith
02 November 2008
Version: 2.2.3
I have been using Easy Batch Photo and Easy Crop for about a year now and I know that I could not do without either product. I regularly have to re-size or otherwise edit a number of photos at one time. These two applications make both tasks easy and foolproof each time. Easy to learn, easy to use.
(2)
Brumm
30 October 2008
Version: 2.2.3
24 DOLLARS ....OR just FREE as in BEER: The best resizer I've found for Mac is the FREEWARE 'ThumbsUp', http://www.macupdate.com/info.php/id/11898/thumbsup ThumbsUp can not only create thumbnails or icons for images and movies. ThumbsUp goes far beyond, it's a superfast batch image resizer, a format converter (for example jpg to tiff, etc.) and ThumbsUp can sharpen (!) and antialias (!) the images (not only the thumbs as falsly stated in the manual) and can do all that in one fast step. ...and yes, ThumsUp is FREEware.
(0)
John-Ml
24 October 2008
Version: 2.2.3
I'm in Cambodia volunteering for Kiva, and was searching for a fast and intuitive way to pre-process many photos for upload. Because uploads are challenging in Cambodia -- an environment where "broadband" is the speed of U.S. dial-up -- I wanted to be able to reduce the size of photos I'd taken and watermark them. I found an elegant and simple solution in EasyBatchPhoto. I'd highly recommend it to anyone who wants to easily perform commonly used batch processes on their photos!
(0)
Zolive
20 October 2008
Version: 2.2.3
Réechantillonage de qualité; réglages fins et complet; Beau travail. Toutefois apprécierait de pouvoir traiter plusieurs presets en une seule étape.
(0)
graysax
27 September 2008
Version: 2.2.3
I haven't used the application much but i look forward to checking out the full blown program. I will update as i find things out it. c u then.... g
(0)
4
Withtlc
05 August 2008
Version: 2.2.3
Very Good Batch image processing program... GraphicsConvertor (Lemkesoft) can perform most of these same operations but not as easily, nor as cleanly. Wish it had EXIF batch time offsets (yes iPhoto will do it but the photos are not always in iPhoto) - as that would seal the deal. Program has a few GUI inconsistencies (you can't drag a folder to EXIF info browser) and its prompt for where to put output is not the standard file folder/selector.. Defining presets for workflows is really nice for defining frequently used workflows.. Uniq features include watermark capabilities, and auto centering of resized images with fill to fit "frames".
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5
Oodles
21 June 2008
Version: 2.2.3
After a test period using Easy Bactch Photo 2.2.3, the choice was obvious - buy it. I tested other versions but none were as simple and fast. As as a owner of a web based business this will save me valuable time which saves be $$$$.
(0)
5
Afan
10 May 2008
Version: 2.2.3
Great little app. As a photographer it helps save so much time in the editing process.
(0)
4
Sickbar
04 April 2008
Version: 2.2.2
As a journalist that also write applications reviews for an online magazine I found myself taking screenshots (using skitch) but then, one by one changing their sizes. EasyBatchPhoto eliminates the amount of time I have to spend adjusting the photos to the size the magazine demands. Add to that the various options the app includes for such a small cost and you got yourself a must for your list of applications.
(0)
5
robfol
21 March 2008
Version: 2.2.2
Excellent easy to use app. I have three standard presets and use it every time I mail photos or upload to the web. A great one trick pony
(0)
Tomag
27 February 2008
Version: 2.2.2
What separates this program from other similar resizing applications is its comprehensive flexibility in converting landscape to portrait and keeping proportions accurate. Saved me hours of time in resizing student ID photos.
(0)
5
Killer-Klown-Kar
30 January 2008
Version: 2.2.2
It's hard to believe there aren't more reviews for this. I have been using Easy Batch for some time. It's a really great app. In some of the very first releases it would quit unexpectedly, but that hasn't happened in a couple years. As a photographer let me tell you one little feature that this has that makes it invaluable. I can take say 6 folders of images, and drop it into the processing window. Then easy batch will apply my own design watermark, copy the photos and directory structure to a newly created folder. It has many many more features than that, so check it out. 5 Stars all the way.
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5
Kb0
14 August 2007
Version: 2.2
EasyBatchPhoto was just what I was looking for. Very capable, easy to use. I had over 18,500 photos in my iPhoto library and with a smart tip from their support I converted all of the photos, that were stored by iPhoto in over 2,500 folders into sequenced filenames stored in one single folder in less than 1 hour. Stunning performance, simple to use. This is the solution. Highly recommended, there is nothing else available that could accomplish this.
(0)
1.5
Anonymous
11 November 2005
Version: 1.7.2
25$? The first run EasyBatchPhoto 1.7.2 crashed on my iMac. There are too many other programs that works better, faster and they are cheaper! I recommend Downsize, PictureScaler or Sizerox.
(0)
1.75
Anonymous
21 October 2005
Version: 1.7.1
It's complicated to use. 25$ is too much guys!!!
(0)
1
Anonymous
30 August 2005
Version: 1.7
"EasyBatchPhoto" is not stable enough. Hangs sometimes without any reason. 25$ is too much! Not Recommended.
(0)
2.25
Anonymous
15 July 2005
Version: 1.5.4
I don't know who the other reviewers are, but I just downloaded this version and spent 30 minutes with it, and could not get a single image to output from the app. Some of the critical features (like watermarking) are completely greyed-out in this Demo version, there is no apparent way to specify your input files, there are NO INSTRUCTIONS (not even any online Help) with the Demo, and most importantly: there is no "Start" button to begin the batch process after you have defined it. In other words, this Demo version is completely useless. The feature set seems good, and the resizing controls appeared to be better than any other batch image processor, however with no way to actually get any output, there's no way to see if it actually works as advertised.
(0)
4.75
Anonymous
09 January 2005
Version: 1.4.7
I was looking for a good watermarking program, tried all I could find on MacUpdate and VersionTracker. This was the best, and for the price it does a lot more than the programs made only for watermarking that cost the same amount. The only request I have for features, would be a little more control of the watermark. I would like the program to scale the watermark to be say 10% (user customizable of course) of the photo, while still keeping the image at a constrained proportion of itself so it is not distorted. Tip for watermarks: Whatever size your 'watermark' image is, is how big it will appear on a photo. So make a couple different sized watermark logos based on your photo size (one for large photos, one for medium photos, etc). When you batch, do photos of similar size together with the proper watermark. This way you dont have a huge watermark on a small photo, or too small a watermark on a large photo.
(0)
4.25
Anonymous
04 November 2004
Version: 1.4.7
This is an excellent piece of software. I use it to convert files to smaller sizes and to add watermarks to photos for my website. It has worked flawlessly, and is worth every penny i have paid for it. I am happy.
(0)
5
J. Bravo
03 April 2004
Version: 1.4.2
Excellent! Just what I was looking for converting 250 meg photo tiff files to jpeg for museum project.
(0)
4.5
Anonymous
15 March 2004
Version: 1.4.1
Works well for me. I like all their software :)
(0)
5
Anonymous
14 December 2003
Version: 1.3.6
Just keeps on getting better and better!
(0)
yellow muggers
11 September 2003
Version: 1.2.8
Pete, First of all, the dialog box is NOT unnecessary. If you enter a name, a folder with that name is created and the processed files go into that new folder. We have never seen it crash at the dialog box like you said. If you click on Cancel, the operation is cancelled. There is simply no way clicking on Cancel would result in a "successful conversion" like you described. Pete, if you read this posting, can you please email us (info@yellowmug.com) so we can figure out what's going on? Thanks. To other Mac users out there, we hope you'd give us the benefit of the doubt and give it a shot. -Yellow Muggers
(0)
4.25
Mazirion
11 September 2003
Version: 1.2.8
A couple crashes on initial run of the program caused concern, but the program hasn't crashed since then. Quick response drom the developer fixed other bugs which weren't apparent to me. This is a nice, quick way for anyone to re-size their photographs. I've re-adjusted the rating accordingly.
(0)
Yellow Muggers
11 September 2003
Version: 1.2.8
Problem with EasyBatchPhoto on OS X 10.1 has been fixed. Pre-Jaguar OS X users, please download the latest version.
(0)
Yellow Muggers
10 September 2003
Version: 1.2.8
Prompted by Pete's comment, we tested and found that EasyBatchPhoto does have some problems running on OS X 10.1.5! It runs flawlessly on 10.2 (Jaguar) though. To pre-Jaguar OS X users: we're working quickly to resolve this problem, thank you for your patience. And Pete, thanks for your report!
(0)
2.75
Anonymous
10 September 2003
Version: 1.2.8
I recommended this to friends who are new to digital photography before I actually tested it. It has an un-necessary dialog box that comes up asking which folder to save the file(s) in. Entering anything in this crashes the program. Just clicking cancel, which for most people would not be the way to go, results in a successful conversion. Clean up the confusing dialogs and it will be a good addition to anyones' graphic program library.
(0)
$19.99

4.5

App requirements: 
  • Intel 64
  • OS X 10.9.0 or later

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