shootShifter helps to redate and rename photos based on the EXIF or filesystem dates. With the preview timeline it's quite easy, for example, to synchronize several folders of images that were taken with different camera dates.
What's new in shootShifter
Many more optimizations for when the main window (timeline) is full screen: First and foremost, NO more restrictions using the time grid and fewer restrictions in slideshow mode.
Fixed a possible issue where project files saved with the "wrong" settings could not be restored correctly.
Fixed a possible issue where project search could miss some search results.
Fixed some issues on older systems (10.11 / 10.12). Primarily: lack of default button optics.
And more smaller optimizations and fixes, e.g.:- Trackpad details: Force clicking a thumb opens the slideshow, force click while dragging thumbs toggles the "drop mode".- Added media list column "Digital Zoom".- Using "Find" function with empty app opens the project search.- Location quick selection has not worked properly for a few releases ...
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(Almost) Perfect and absolutely necessary for every digital photographer.
I only have one feature request that would make it perfect. The "Save" button is disabled unless the user selects a timeshift. In my case, I simply want to change the "date modified" to the "date created" without any timeshift. The preferences do allow this but it is effectively not possible in one go. I had to shift +1 second in the first step and -1 second in the second step.
But again, great work!
If only this app would rename jpg files to their date and timeâ€¦ I really don't understand why there is counter after date if there could be HH.mm.ss or HHmmss. That would make this tool for me perfect. Now I still have to use some other software to rename photos to their EXIF date and time. (For example, 20050701_184621.jpg)
This app is great! I use it get the time/date right when I make panoramas. Just drag the finished panorama JPG next to the last source photo and presto.
I would like to see it able to handle individual photos, however. I'm now trying to match up a series of photos from one camera that (for some reason) wasn't recording EXIF and interleave them with pics from two other cameras. I essentially had to put each no-EXIF picture in its own folder so I could get them all lined up individually. Luckily Folder Splitter (http://www.macupdate.com/info.php/id/23175/folder-splitter) does just that.
Thanks to the dev for this one!
Does what it says.
Too bad it only does folders of images, I'd love to be able to drag a group of images (i.e. a subset of a folder) to the app for renaming/processing.
Further, I'd love to see the ability to sort images processed into subfolders by date or other criteria.
But these requests aside, a nice app and the price is right.
shootShifter is an excellent tool! I had a few hundred pictures taken in a different time zone and shootShifter shifted the time for me in no time! Excellent utility!
If only it would re-date the movies' Finder information as well...
Hmm.., doesn't work with Leopard. It displays the folder name but not the JPGs inside. No thumbs, no option to edit though. : (
I wanted to erase all Exif-data (or at least set the date to some 2012 year or so..