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File Juicer Reviews

4.80
26 October 2019

Extract images, video, sound, or text from files and folders.

Capitan
21 November 2008

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does its job very well. highly recommended.
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Version 4.11

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Dr-Sparks
30 July 2019
I just posted a critical comment about an obvious error in the download system.. But let there be no doubt: I love this program! I purchased it in 2007, and it has served me in a great way ever since.
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Version 4.78
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Dr-Sparks
Dr-Sparks
31 July 2019
See my comment of July 29, 2019 and response from Vitalii@macudate.com
(MU Editor) on July 30, 2019 — and my response to that.
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Dr-Sparks
29 July 2019
There is a heat wave covering Europe these days. Maybe that's why there is a mixup in downloads? The "Download" link here at MacUpdate redirects to https://echoone.com/filejuicer/ — where I clicked "Get File Juicer 4.78 | Jul 27 2019 | 3.6 MB" "Try". Then "1) Download Version 4.78 | Jul 27 2019 | 3.6 MB". Although the FileJuicer-4.78.zip contains File Juicer.app 4.78, it is exactly the same size as version 4.77, and both are created on 23 February 2019. "Something is rotten in the state of Denmark."? (Shakespeare: Hamlet …)
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Version 4.78
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Vitalii@macudate.com
Vitalii@macudate.com
30 July 2019
Finder has a tendency to round the file sizes. If you view the details of both files you will see that the version 4.77 of File Juicer is 3,556,587 bytes and 4.78 is 3,556,619 bytes. Both numbers can be rounded to 3.6 MB.
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Dr-Sparks
Dr-Sparks
31 July 2019
Thanks for your response! I have screenshots to prove that when I downloaded and wrote my post both version 4.77 and 4.78 were exactly 3,556,587 bytes. When I downloaded FileJuicer 4.78.zip again right now, it contains a version 4.78 that is 3,560, 939 bytes. But the creation date of all three of these is Saturday 23 February 2019 at 02.19 hrs. Something must be wrong!
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Dr-Sparks
Dr-Sparks
31 July 2019
Vitalii@macudate.com: I also checked a download of FileJuicer 4.78.zip made between my first and last downloads. It contains a version of File Juicer 4.78 that is 3,556,619 bytes, so that figure of yours is correct, too. And the creation date is also Saturday 23 February 2019 at 02.19 hrs. I am hoping for an explanation from the developer.
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Echo One
Echo One
01 August 2019
Some bugs require very small code changes, and no changes in the user interface. See the read-me to decide if a ug fix is relevant fo you. In most cases they are not as bugs tend to be on rarely used features.

The version info of File Juicer is available via File Juicer's "About File Juicer" in the File Juicer menu.. This include build number. I sometimes make fixes where I expect on one other than the reporter has seen it or changes so tiny they ar hardly worth mentioning. You can see that on the build number.

If you open File Juicer with Finder's "Show Package Contents" command, you can look at the internals of File Juicer. I rarely update the images so they are oldest. The code is updated the most, and it has the newest change date.

I could add a change of the entire package date to my update "to do list". It does indeed make sense to do so.

You may even be able to get a newer version of File Juicer than advertised on my web site if you click in the minute which passes between me uploading a new version and when I write the release note.
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Dr-Sparks
Dr-Sparks
02 August 2019
Thank you Henrik Dalgaard (Developer of File Juicer) for the explanation! I get the picture now, although it's the first time since I began using Macs on a daily basis 30 years ago that the "Show Info" button and creation date fails to differentiate between versions. I feel like I have been making "Much Ado About Nothing" (also Shakespeare):
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Much_Ado_About_Nothing
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Helmo-Hass
13 February 2019
There's something wrong guys... I mean its not your fault, but the actual version available to download is THE OLD 4.25 and this is coming from the dev site directly.. even there the downloads are messed up...
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Version 4.72
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Echo One
Echo One
13 February 2019
Version 4.25 is appropriate for PPC Macs which are quite rare these days. You may be downloading with an app which disguises the version of macOS you are running.
Today only 2 copies of File Juicer 4.25 has been downloaded, one to a MacOS 10.4 and one to an app called iGetter.
Let me know which app you are using as downloader. And your version of macOS.
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Helmo-Hass
Helmo-Hass
14 February 2019
Well Mr 007
I tried from here Softpedia and from your site..Same result.... I'm on 2x10.13.6 + 10.14.4 machines i suggest to implement a better software-update as any "Normal" application has since ages... and you talk about old Os's its Hilarious... anyway thanks for replying,

Oh, forgot to mention, downloaded with Safari, Chrome,and tes iGetter 2.9.6 totally intel. No PPC stuff in here since 2005
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Echo One
Echo One
14 February 2019
Hi again Helmo-Hass,

With your versions of macOS you ought to get:
https://echoone.com/filejuicer/FileJuicer-4.72.zip

Only two downloads of the 4.25 has been delivered from my server today. Both to robots. Whereever you are downloading from, it is not from my site.
Mirrors, caches, impersonators are all good reasons to move to the App Store even if some features may be left out.

The main problem with switching to the App Store is that the idea of taking out files from inside of other files is a difficult concept to explain.

I wonder if the downloaded version 4.25 you got has the correct file size: 2.546.883 bytes

Kind regards
Henrik Dalgaard
Developer of File Juicer
support@echoone.com
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Helmo-Hass
Helmo-Hass
14 February 2019
Hi againt to you Echo One (Developer),
by copying your link i finally got the deal..
Thanks

The choice to move to crAppStore, will as you just said affect many customers, and frankly i really hate apple policy, but this is only up to you.
I am almost sure now it will not last very long in the upcoming future, as very soon apple will move to ARM, and many (real old mac users) will definitely say goodbye, for a simple reason, in comparison to actual cpu to get something approximately similar in Arm will be too expensive for getting the same performance an Intel had 5 years ago... BUT this is another story...
have a nice day
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Funjoy
06 October 2018
Does what it says. I use it to pull out images and MP3 sounds I like from apps!
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Version 4.67
Annie-Walker
06 November 2017
Best program of its kind, ever‼️ Owned it for many, many years & have always appreciated how the developer keeps it current, polished and more useful as the years roll on. Wonderful app that I cannot be without. Not only does it do everything you'd want in a program like this, but it does it so well‼️ Like it's programmer, classy. ;-)
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Version 4.63
1 answer(s)
Echo One
Echo One
27 November 2017
Thank you for your kind words. Which feature of File Juicer do you use most?
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MarkS8104
27 June 2017
Sometimes you find things that are so simple and elegant yet solve problems that are tedious. File Juicer falls into that category. When you need to tear apart anything from a PDF to the "guts" of an HTML file this tool makes it very simple.
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Version 4.59
1 answer(s)
Annie-Walker
Annie-Walker
06 November 2017
Wonderfully put Mark‼️
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Helixer
25 June 2017
Easy! Wonderful! Effective! Now that you have read the satisfaction I have with this app I will write more. In only a few uses it has proven itself to be a wonderful short cut. Strip everything, delete the unwanted. Takes less time than my old techniques. Especially when I consider the times I would have liked to add something to me collection of resources but effort was not worth the possible expectation of use. Wonderful! Easy! Effective!
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Version 4.59
What?meworry
09 February 2017
I bought this app over 11 years ago and and it still updates to the current version, and it just works! It does all it proclaims to do. I highly recommend it for everyone to add to their toolbox. You may not need it often but it will be there waiting, ready and able, when you do.
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Version 4.55
G.vilmanas
15 November 2016
Good working tiny app. It was helpful for me to open several MP4 files, that couldn't be possible to open other way. Thank to developer.
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Version 4.50
Libertyforall1776
12 November 2016
Needs an auto-updater like Sparkle, this is 2016! *rolls eyes*
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Version 4.50
RogerKatz
14 October 2016
MacUpdate says the current version is 4.49, but its Install link gets version 4.25
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Version 4.49
2 answer(s)
Echo One
Echo One
14 October 2016
The latest version supporting PPC is 4.25
Version 4.49 requires Mac OS X 10.9
You are of course welcome to contact me by email!
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RoyPDX
RoyPDX
16 October 2016
Same here, although I can download the current version from MacUpdate.com, it's MacUpdate Desktop that refuses to download a new version.
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Yoshita
14 September 2014
A fantastic tool, although I often wish it could handle postscript files as well.
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Version 4.36
1 answer(s)
Waveman
Waveman
21 January 2016
Make a work-flow action to batch convert to pdf?
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anonymous-dingo-653
27 April 2014
Still my go-to application for reclaiming PDF content. Just save my butt again when master PSD and content were lost in a crash and had to claim stuff from a PDF product to rebuild by graphics templates.
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Version 4.36
1 answer(s)
anonymous-dingo-653
anonymous-dingo-653
27 April 2014
Oh, and as too common around here, none of the "Similar Software" above really do anything comparable to FJ.
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Afcgbbob
21 October 2012
Hey guys, I have a request. I am running a G5 2.57 and there was another program who I sent MacWrite MacPaint, and some pre OS X sound byte files to, to try to convert them enough to be able to take them into Word, an Audio or a Paint program to complete the process. I tried it once with the people who made AppTamer but they were so stingy they never admitted that the program could do it because they would have to give me some credit for the help and they could not even let me have a serial number for my help and then they just pulled the converter to spite me. Since then there has not been another converter that did the conversions I just described. Is there any way you could strike lightening in a bottle again. Anything I have I will be glad to send you to help in this effort. I know that there are still a great deal of people out there that have archived these files hoping that someone could come up with such a converter. Just contact me if you would like me to help. This does not apply to those who came into the Mac OS X Universe and no nothing about the programs that existed in pre OS X. Thank you End of line. BTW I still see people giving me negative marks for my comments. You people are really sick when I write anything and you just automatically give them. All I can say to those is when was the last time you ever had printed articles on a monthly basis for 25 year and never missed a month. I wrote for and was Contributing Editor for my User Group, Home and School Mac, Reviewer and Contributing Editor Inside MacGames, wrote for MacHome, About This Particle Mac, was a Forum Leader at AOL every Friday night to help with the MacGame Forum and did two Special Interest Groups in games and utilities that placed me on the A list with 90% percent of the companies I worked with. I even was invited to go on TV during the Holidays to show what was out for the Mac with a PC guy that I blew away when we took live questions. That still does not cover all the milestones I achieved in 25 years. So damn your insulting negative point. I had one hell of a joy ride and I still have all my User Group mags that have every one of my articles in it. So unless you can match the fun I had you all are all very sorry people. I apologize to MacUpDate for my writings, but I am just fed up of these people who act like where the sun does not shine. All I am tring to do is be honest and try to help people about software I know so very well. End of Line...
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Version 4.31
1 answer(s)
Kobalt
Kobalt
04 January 2013
Hey Afcgbbob, don't worry about the negative comments. Ever since MU positioned the sad face before the happy face icon it is so easy to hit the left emoticon first – I suspect that some people mean to send a smile, but inadvertently send a scowl. Anyway, it doesn't impact your RealLife™, so ignore. Here's a smile for you :)
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Jazzyguy
19 October 2012
Very Good App! Excellent per the below user.
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Version 4.31
uiop@
17 July 2012
Singing Praises for this app. I had lost a year's worth of photographs and memories, movies of my children's swimming lessons and events at school. How it happened was my ipod was backing up, then did a software update at the same time. All of the files were saved as cache files, but I had no access to them, could not import them into iphoto because they were in an unrecognized format, and so on! Two weeks on the phone with the apple care people, when the support person took pity on me and muttered something about a third party app and hinted where I could find it. FILE JUICER solved the problem. I opened all the cache files and I recovered EVERYTHING. It was all there, but my mac wouldn't let me at them. Strange, but it seems I am not the only person who has had the same problem. File Juicer is a problem solver. Also, I am most grateful to have the precious memories back.
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Version 4.29
GeogProf
24 April 2012
Great app. But I wish the developer would add the following file types to the list of those that File Juicer can find and extract: Matroska (.mkv), .m2ts, .mts, FLAC, APE, ALAC, WAV (grudgingly), .m4p, .m4a, .m4v, .vob and .mpeg. Otherwise, this is a lovely little utility.
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Version 4.29
1 answer(s)
Henrik-Dalgaard
Henrik-Dalgaard
24 April 2012
I don't believe those file types are embedded inside other file types on a regular basis, like JPEG files are in PowerPoint or PDF files. Perhaps you are looking for a video conversion utility? Finder is good at searching for files with a certain extension if this is what you need.
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scott-m29
24 April 2012
This application is outstanding. Solid performance, reliable, quick - a great deal for the price. I have this app running all the time, use it daily. I get a lot of stuff extracted quick-like and keep moving with production. Saves me a lot of time. Excellent.
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Version 4.29
Ryde
25 December 2011
Too bad that this app does not support the extraction of CCITT Group 4 compressed images from PDF files. (CCITT T.6 aka Group 4 compression is a very space efficient lossless compression algorithm which was originally developed for facsimile transmission of black-and-white images over telephone lines and data networks. It is optimized for documents with black letters on white background, where it typically yields output files which are multiple orders of magnitude smaller than the results of any other image compression algorithm. So CCITT Group 4 is still the best choice when storing scanned bi-level images in a TIFF or PDF file.)
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Version 4.28
Rsmacupdate
18 September 2011
I tried this on a PDF file I received, however, something didn't work correctly because I received a bunch of question marks instead of the text I was trying to extract. The file I used has confidential info so I am not at liberty to send it for problem analysis. This is the end of the trial for me. I do not expect a reply as I don't see how the problem can be addressed w/o being able to look at the specific PDF file. I just wanted to mention this and thank the developer for having a trial version so I could find out without having to pay and then ask for a refund. Thank you!!!
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Version 4.28
2 answer(s)
Henrik-Dalgaard
Henrik-Dalgaard
17 November 2011
Emails are welcome - and answer email every day. If the PDF returns only question marks, it may because it is a scanned PDF which does not contain text, but photos of text. You need an optical character recognition application to handle that. I explain that in detail on my web site so you may have a different problem. Kind regards, Henrik - Developer of File Juicer
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Schoschie
Schoschie
25 February 2012
Extracting text from PDF is a science in and of itself… even if it's really text and not image data, as the dev said, you might still get garbage out…
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Doug-Eddy
05 August 2011
I can't tell you how many times this app has saved my hide! It is perfect: simple to use, fast, and gives me exactly what I want. It has helped me with old files that no longer have a program but from which I need the text or graphics. I highly recommend File Juicer!
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Version 4.28
Wile-E-
21 July 2011
This is not a new version. It has the exact size and creation date as the previous release of it 4 or 5 months ago.
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Version 4.27
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Robk
Robk
21 July 2011
That is NOT what I see. Version 4.27 that I just downloaded from the official website has a different size than version 4.27 that I downloaded in April 2011. July 2011 Version -- 2,615,889 bytes April 2011 Version - 2,588,784 bytes) I wish the developer used a NEW version number. It is too confusing.
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Wile-E-
Wile-E-
22 July 2011
I can see you are measuring the size of the DMG which can be different for a number of reasons unrelated to File Juicer itself. If you mount the DMG I suspect you will find, as I did, that File Juicer's size is exactly the same - 9,520,292 bytes (10.3 MB on disk) - on both the previous release and this "new" posting to MacUpdate.
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Henrik-Dalgaard
Henrik-Dalgaard
31 July 2011
I have not released a new version, but verified that this version works on Lion and checked the appropriate checkbox on my listing. The size of the disk image is changed as it is made on Lion. For details see the "read me". Henrik
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EndoLab
12 March 2011
As said below : five stars for this great app !
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Version 4.27
St00pid-M0nk3y
16 February 2011
Awesome stuff. Recovered literally all of my friend's photos from her cell phone's internal storage when she accidentally lost them all.
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Version 4.27
tvalleau
12 December 2010
Great for extracting JPGs from NEFs
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Version 4.26
Zonder
11 December 2010
Томущо))
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Version 4.26
St00pid-M0nk3y
01 October 2010
5 star app... but please... update your horrendous 1 star icon. =P
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Version 4.24
3 answer(s)
Younkint
Younkint
06 November 2010
I kinda like the icon. I've got an old antique orange juice extractor, and the "business part" of it looks exactly like File Juicer's icon.
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Version 4.24
Thresher-the-Shark
Thresher-the-Shark
11 November 2010
The icon's fine. Besides its a utility, I guessing you don't open it daily or keep it in the dock.
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Version 4.25
St00pid-M0nk3y
St00pid-M0nk3y
16 February 2011
It is... in my dock... and yes I use it all the time.
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Lesoth0
31 March 2010
The v4.19 here is actually v4.20. Fantastic little app that just works. £12quid x 3 serials paid with pleasure. We couldn't live without it. Awesome.
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Version 4.19
esanoche
25 February 2010
Five Stars because this is the best! It has saves me so much work getting images and text out of stuff to make into web pages! I use it all the time.
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Version 4.19
Kjbird
01 April 2009
Saved my a$$. I'm giving it five stars. I had to extract some files from a windows exe and this little app did the trick. Thanks!
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Version 4.14
Magosilvan
30 December 2008
A must have but the link brings to version 4.12.
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Version 4.14
Mdougan
09 December 2008
"Bits of kit got knicked?" Gimme a bleedin' bloody bloomin' break, matey! I assume you mean some gear got stolen?
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Version 4.12
1 answer(s)
Paulnojustpaul
Paulnojustpaul
30 March 2009
Yes, some items were unlawfully removed. Sorry, I only speak Australian and bad Australian. :-)
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Version 4.14
Capitan
21 November 2008
does its job very well. highly recommended.
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Version 4.11
Paulnojustpaul
13 October 2008
This is much belated but I just have to give this app and its dev absolute full points. If you'll bear with me a minute I'll explain why. My dad died in early 2006 in another country. We went over for the funeral and took pictures with my wife's DSLR as a record. A couple of weeks after returning home our house was broken into and several bits of kit were knicked. The camera and the iBook the images were backed up on both went in the hit. They were replaceable, but the images were not. It was heartbreaking having to tell the rest of the family the images were lost. A couple of weeks later our local boys in blue did some above and beyond searching and matched a recently recovered camera with us. The flash card, alas, was blank. Fast forward a month. I vaguely recalled a mention of this utility on a Mac news site, so I thought I'd hunt it down and - just for a laugh - see if it could recover anything from the card. I pretty much broke down in tears when I saw it effortlessly recover pretty much all of the pics we'd taken off this erased flash card. Yes, I know that recovering data from media is not in this day rocket science, but it made a real, tangible difference to me and my family. I know I thanked you privately at the time, Henrik, but I thank you to this day for offering this app. To other readers out there, I'm sure (well, I simcerely HOPE) it will not have such a crucial role in your life, but if you're faced with having to recover flash cards or similar, do give this a try. Again, thank you Henrik. Please know that you made at least two generations of my family happy.
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Version 4.10
JollyRoger8X
25 September 2008
Agreed - terrific applicaiton; but an icon like this would be so much better looking, IMO: http://www.electronichealing.co.uk/resources/Image/penguin_juicer_cream.jpg
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Version 4.10
3 answer(s)
Kobalt
Kobalt
11 October 2008
I like these: http://www.landscapedesign.co.nz/land_images_cust/file4706-l.jpg http://www.sawitfirst.co.uk/media/citrus_juicer.jpg http://static.howstuffworks.com/gif/productImages/3/8/00000118138-AmcoHouseworksOrangeXOjexJuicer-large.jpeg And of course, this martian juicer - my personal favourite: http://www.uncrate.com/men/images/juicy-salif-juicer.jpg Unfortunately, we shouldn't expect any of these for the new icon (if there is even going to be such a thing) because of prior copyright issues. Perhaps you could come up with something original, Monoclast? Anyways, real good app this!
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Version 4.10
Drdul
Drdul
06 September 2009
File Juicer is as good as the icon is bad. In fact, the icon is not just bad, it's horrible. Thanks to Monoclast, I have created a replacement icon from the Penguin juicer image, which IMO suits File Juicer to a tee!
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Version 4.18
Kobalt
Kobalt
08 September 2009
Let's have a look at it, then, DRDUL ...
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Version 4.18
St00pid-M0nk3y
29 August 2008
It's time for a new program icon... that thing looks hideous. But other than that... awesome app. :]
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Version 4.9.9
Seika7
16 July 2008
Added: extract of content of .webarchive files from Safari 4 ?!
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Version 4.9.8
Donpa
29 March 2008
File Juicer is definitely a must-have utility if you do any work with graphics. Pulling a vector file from a PDF publication has repeatedly saved me the time and effort of finding the right person and the correct file in the graphics department of an organization. The application is drag-and-drop-dead-simple. The extracted files are classified/organized in folders. Intuitive is the word - won't need the manual unless you want to tap into even more powerful features (e.g., recovering files off erased flash cards, from damaged files and more). Updates and improvements are introduced on a pretty routine basis. Can't speak for the responsiveness of the developer because I've never had problems that required a response. Juicer truly earns its 5-star rating. Echo One also produces Double Take for making photo panoramas - another ease-of-use winner. If you've never tried making a pano, now's the time. And no, I have no relation to Echo One - just really appreciate apps that make my work a little easier.
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Version 4.9.6
k0gg
25 February 2008
I'm really please to have bought this app. I have used it more than I was expecting and for the cost of the time that it has saved me, it has already paid for itself. I like that I don't have to work out how to use this app. I just drop my file on the window and the jobs done. A folder appears on my desktop with all the found resources nicely organised in folders with index.html previews of all the images. File Juicer has enabled me to rework Word docs, PowerPoint Files and PowerPoint Shows full of images, PDFs and corrupted PDFs as well as Windows files that I was unable to open at all. I have been able to get to the data I needed with the minimum of fuss.
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Version 4.9.4
Kerrala
09 January 2008
Simple and brilliant. I am a teacher and it has not only saved me much time but let me look at other resources.
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Version 4.9.3
Lesoth0
05 September 2007
Absolutely fantastic. Super simple to use (drag & drop) and couldn't live without it now. No more numpty PC users sending embedded Word docs with graphics.
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Version 4.8.3
Kingadrock
16 August 2007
A unique, and invaluable tool.
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Version 4.8.2
Orion-Mk-V
13 April 2007
Simply works wonders on those quirky PDFs clients send me to extract elements from. Saves tons of time and extracts images losslessly. Great product at a excellent price.
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Version 4.7.6
Pirx
26 February 2007
I would like file juicer to also extract fonts.
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Version 4.7.4
1 answer(s)
Henrik-Dalgaard
Henrik-Dalgaard
07 March 2007
You are welcome to explain this further to me by email. Henrik Dalgaard hd@echoone.com Echo One
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Version 4.7.4
Iamdorian
25 December 2006
I noticed the comment about FileJuicer NOT extracting vector file format imagery; is this true? I notice that the list of files it can extract does NOT include any vector formats, so what gives? I am concerned - would the developer answer this query?
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Version 4.7.1
1 answer(s)
Henrik-Dalgaard
Henrik-Dalgaard
05 January 2007
File Juicer extracts PICT, PDF, EPS, WMF and EMF which are all vertor formats. JPEG is still by far the most common format you find embedded in other file types. WMF and EMF are found inside Microsoft Office documents which can in theory contain all file types, including WMV and QuickTime files.
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Version 4.7.1
Jonvdveen
09 December 2006
This program was a lifesaver. Somebody sent me a PowerPoint file with a bunch of pictures embedded. Since they were distorted and ugly, I needed to be able to take them out and work with them. However, there didn't seem to be a way until I stumbled upon this little gem. Wow! Lifesaver!
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Version 4.6.1
Danway
12 August 2006
I own this product and I love it, but the auto update feature stopped working for me. It always says that I have the latest version. I manually checked and noticed that I was three updates behind.
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Version 4.6
Merry-Boy
26 May 2006
stopped extracting anything except pictures, anyone no why, i used to love this thing
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Version 4.4
1 answer(s)
Henrik-Dalgaard
Henrik-Dalgaard
10 June 2006
From the message which comes up when File Jucier starts up: File Jucier is shareware and you can try it's full functionality for 30 days (it has been 14). There will be watermarks in some images before you register. Kind regards, Henrik Dalgaard
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Version 4.5
Turim
21 March 2006
don´t know if the latest update did this, but can it extract vector-based graphics from flash-files now?
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Version 4.1
2 answer(s)
Henrik-Dalgaard
Henrik-Dalgaard
28 March 2006
Flash has its own way for vector graphics. You need a converter for that. File Juicer finds files inside other files, and extract them unconverted. I have made a list of the varous file formats File Juicer has met on the web site with information about how they work. Kind regards Henrik
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Version 4.2
Stainboy
Stainboy
14 September 2006
you may need a piece of software called Gordon for that. you can find it here on MU.
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Version 4.6.1
Bart6
15 September 2005
Some one needs to create a version that can extract umx files (music) beacuse I Realy want to put deus ex music on iTunes
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Version 3.9.2
2 answer(s)
Anonymous
Anonymous
15 September 2005
You should take a look at Audio Hijack from Rogue Amoeba. Kind regards, Henrik
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Version 3.9.2
Anonymous
Anonymous
22 September 2005
Yeah I'd love to be able to extract sounds from games as well. WireTap from ambrosia.com is handy but a quick way to just rip the sounds out of a game would be great. I know some games sounds can be collected by right clicking a game and searching through the package contents but a lot of games seem to be tied up in single DAT files or similar. A way to burrow through these would be great.
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