BurnToDisc for iPhoto
BurnToDisc for iPhoto
1.2

5.0

BurnToDisc for iPhoto free download for Mac

BurnToDisc for iPhoto

1.2
18 March 2012

iPhoto plug-in burns images to multiple DVDs or CDs.

Overview

BurnToDisc for iPhoto is an iPhoto plug-In that simplifies the process of exporting your images to multiple DVDs or CDs for sharing, archiving or off-site storage. Disc names and image placement folder hierarchies are automatically generated from user-defined elements such as disc number, image number, burn date and project name

What's new in BurnToDisc for iPhoto

Version 1.2:
  • Added support for HiDPI modes in OS X 10.7 Lion
  • Fixed a bug that could cause disc burning to fail after a successful burn of the first disc in the export session

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2 BurnToDisc for iPhoto Reviews

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Rob-h
29 August 2009

Most helpful

Have tried using this with iPhoto '09 running on Leopard 10.5.8. Everything is fine up to the point where you click the Export button to start the export, then the following message pops up... The application iPhoto quit unexpectedly. The problem may have been caused by the iPhotoBurnToDisc plug-in. Have tried uninstalling/reinstalling as well as rebooting but no joy. Shame as it looks like a useful app.
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Version 1.0.2
Rob-h
12 September 2009
The devs are very responsive in fixing problems, sorting the one I had within a few days, and it works fine on my Mac Pro now. Nice that it's a plug-in that integrates with iPhoto - has an inuitive interface and is easy to use. I'm paranoid about backups and this lets me back up my photos (I've got over 8,500 currently) easily and without any sweat.
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Version 1.1
Rob-h
29 August 2009
Have tried using this with iPhoto '09 running on Leopard 10.5.8. Everything is fine up to the point where you click the Export button to start the export, then the following message pops up... The application iPhoto quit unexpectedly. The problem may have been caused by the iPhotoBurnToDisc plug-in. Have tried uninstalling/reinstalling as well as rebooting but no joy. Shame as it looks like a useful app.
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Version 1.0.2
1 answer(s)
Blue-Room-Software
Blue-Room-Software
11 September 2009
iPhotoBurnToDisc 1.1 has been released to address the issue that Rob encountered. And we've added a new feature that allows you to place your exported images to different folders on your discs (instead of just all together on the root). Try it out at http://www.blueroomsoftware.com/downloads/iPhotoBurnToDisc-1.1.dmg
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Version 1.1