iP2F
iP2F 1.0.4
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Flickr plugin for iPhoto.   Shareware ($14.95)
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iP2F... Easily share your iPhotos with your Flickr friends. iP2F is a plugin that makes it extremely easy to upload your pictures from iPhoto 2 Flickr. Before you upload to Flickr you can resize, rename, describe and tag your images with smart, Mail-style tokenfields - all directly out of iPhoto. iP2F also lets you create photosets and add images to existing sets and pools. And of course your EXIF image meta data (camera model, exposure, etc.) is preserved. All that and more in one clean, easy to use and modern-looking plugin, which lives right in iPhoto's File > Export... menu.

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What's New
Version 1.0.4:
  • Now correctly sets dates fro images without EXIF data
Requirements
Intel/PPC, Mac OS X 10.4.11 or later, Photo 5, 6 or 7 (aka iPhoto '08).



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bogen reviewed on 09 Dec 2007
It didn't crash again since. Also there doesn't seem to be an API for syncing back tags, so it's unfair to blame this on iP2F … (Leaves the window height as main point of critique …)
[Version 1.0.1]

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burypromote

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beaTunes (developer) replied on 12 Dec 2007
We managed to reduce the window height a little.
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+5

bogen reviewed on 27 Nov 2007
I like it. It gets the job done. And it's less expensive than FlickrExport (which IMHO costs too much for a mere export plugin).

Minor gripes:

1) While iP2F can sync back title and comment changes back to iPhoto, it doesn't do this for tags. (Why not …??)

2) The window is too high for iBook and 12" PowerBook users!

3) Possibly led to an iPhoto (6) crash once.
[Version 1.0]

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burypromote

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beaTunes (developer) replied on 28 Nov 2007
iPhoto unfortunately does not offer an API for creating keywords - so syncing tags is pretty hard.

Regarding the crash, please send us the crashlog and we can determine whether iP2F is at fault.
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tomjoeczak reviewed on 22 Nov 2007
Stronger alternative to Flickr Export to iPhoto. Buying during Beta period made plugin an even more cost-effective choice. Might be nice to see a "Create New Set" option in Add To Set pulldown menu; the type-to-create a new set threw me a bit. Keep up the good work.
[Version 1.0]


burypromote

+7

gnaihc reviewed on 16 Nov 2007
I've always wondered if there will be another Flickr export plug-in. People seem to like FlickrExport and rave about it. However, I am never really a fan of its interface. So I am glad, someone finally steps up and release a new Flickr plug-in not only has all the features I need but looks great. IMHO, iP2F looks more integrated with iPhoto than others. Looking forward for future updates!
[Version 1.0]


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Downloads:2,340
Version Downloads:1,076
Type:Multimedia Design : Author Tools
License:Shareware
Date:09 Sep 2008
Platform:PPC 32 / Intel 32 / OS X
Price: $14.95
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iP2F... Easily share your iPhotos with your Flickr friends. iP2F is a plugin that makes it extremely easy to upload your pictures from iPhoto 2 Flickr. Before you upload to Flickr you can resize, rename, describe and tag your images with smart, Mail-style tokenfields - all directly out of iPhoto. iP2F also lets you create photosets and add images to existing sets and pools. And of course your EXIF image meta data (camera model, exposure, etc.) is preserved. All that and more in one clean, easy to use and modern-looking plugin, which lives right in iPhoto's File > Export... menu.

To get started after the installation, select some images and go to iPhoto's File > Export... menu. Then select the iP2F tab.


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