iPhoto Batch Enhancer
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Batch image enhancer for iPhoto.   Shareware ($20.00)
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iPhoto Batch Enhancer is designed to make your life with iPhoto even more comfortable. It helps you apply the built in iPhoto (enhance, black-white, sepia and more) with a few mouse clicks to a batch of photos. Additionally you can perform changes to the Adjust palette as well as scale or rotate your photos.
What's New
Version 3.6:
  • This version adds compatibility with OS X 10.9.
    • Important: This version requires OS X 10.8 Lion or later as well as iPhoto 8 or later.
  • A new preference option has been added to enable periodic restarts of iPhoto. It can be helpful if your harddrive has only few free space left.
  • Preferences now can be used again.
Requirements
  • Intel
  • OS X 10.7 or later
  • iPhoto 8 or later



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Snowwhitesickette commented on 23 Oct 2009
I have every major version of iPhoto, from 1.0 (on a system-specific disk) to the current iPhoto 8 (iLife '09). I wanted to try this out, and noted the technical requirements listed here of 10.4+ and iPhoto 4. With iPhoto 4, iPBE kept giving me an error message instead of enhancing any pictures. It didn't crash outright. I don't think it is my configuration, as I zeroed out the drive and reinstalled Tiger (+ all updates) 36 hours beforehand. So I upgraded iPhoto 4 to iPhoto 5 and tried again. It works just fine with iPhoto 5.
[Version 3.0.3]


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Capitan reviewed on 19 Oct 2009
Have the same problem. Buggy!!!
[Version 3.0.3]


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A J Benamu commented on 14 Oct 2007
It doesn´t work with iPhoto 7.1
[Version 2.0.4]


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Anonymous reviewed on 20 Oct 2005
Alas, it modifies the originals and saves them immediately and doesn't make a backup/duplicate instead. This makes it a bit to "risky" IMHO. Great idea, but I should have the option of having make a seperate catalog with the reside/changed photos.
[Version 1.4]

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Anonymous commented on 21 Oct 2005
Actually iPhoto always keeps the original file so you can revert anytime back. Unfortunately iPhoto doesn't have the option of showing original and mofied images side by side.
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fredch replied on 23 Mar 2006
I found the developer extremely helpful when I had a problem. I always just duplicate a photo(s) and work on one.
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bryankd commented on 19 Jun 2005
When I import my photo's into iPhoto, I always enhance them to see if this would improve the photo. I've found that my photo's look better about 80% of the time.

However, it's a tedious process.

That was before I discovered this little gem. All you have to do is drag the images you want to enhance (or turn sepia, b&w, etc), onto the application. Sit back and watch as iPhoto enhances and saves the changes to each photo without any further user input. A HUGE TIME & KEYSTROKE SAVER!

If you don't like how iPhoto enhanced the picture, simply select the picture the Revert to Origianl menu command.
[Version 1.3]

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sblin23 replied on 24 Aug 2009
Really very nice topic, thanks for sharing this.

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Peter_earthman had trouble on 18 Oct 2009
When pressing Apply it crashes. Test on OS X 10.6.1
[Version 3.0.2]


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thus.spake.z had trouble on 19 Apr 2009
Very buggy. iPhoto(v7.1.5) crashes a lot with Batch Enhancer v3.0b9 installed. I get a multitude of error messages when trying to use Batch Enhancer's features.
Batch Enhancer's icons disappear from iPhoto window after using B.E. for the first time.
B.E. apparently still needs lots of work to make it run smoothly and problem free.
I'll give it another go when it's out of beta and (hopefully)stable.
Intel core 2 duo w/OS 10.5.6.
[Version 3.0b9]


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Tomdoherty had trouble on 06 Jan 2009
Just updated from IBE v3.0b6 to v3.0b7. When I try to launch the app I get the following error message: You cannot use the application "iPhoto Batch Enhancer.app" with this version of Mac OS X. I'm running OS X 10.4.11 on a PowerBook G4 with iPhoto 5.04.
[Version 3.0b7]



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JohnF1664 rated on 19 Oct 2013

[Version 3.6]



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Jonassh rated on 01 Dec 2010

[Version 3.0.9]


Downloads:28,130
Version Downloads:600
Type:Multimedia Design : Image Editing
License:Shareware
Date:18 Oct 2013
Platform:Intel 64 / Intel 32 / OS X
Price: $20.00
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iPhoto Batch Enhancer is designed to make your life with iPhoto even more comfortable. It helps you apply the built in iPhoto (enhance, black-white, sepia and more) with a few mouse clicks to a batch of photos. Additionally you can perform changes to the Adjust palette as well as scale or rotate your photos.


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