PrintRipper
PrintRipper
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PrintRipper free download for Mac

PrintRipper for Mac1.6

13 April 2015

Print management and post-processing for event photographers.

What is PrintRipper for Mac

PrintRipper goes beyond conventional hot folder printing. Most hot folder applications limit the user to just one printer and/or hot folder. PrintRipper allows the user to use as many printers as the user would like and assign as many hot folders as needed. PrintRipper will archive your photos for you or delete them once they are printed.

  • Other Features: With PrintRipper you can assign a variety of options to individual hot folders, such as instant borders, watermarks, and chroma keying.
  • Borders: Some photographers use custom borders for events that they may shoot. With PrintRipper, all a photographer has to do is assign a Landscape and a Portrait border to be added. PrintRipper does the rest.
  • Watermarks: Like adding a border, PrintRipper can instantly add your watermark to your photos. Just as in assigning borders, you'll need a Landscape and Portrait version of your watermark.
  • Many more features

What's new in PrintRipper

Version 1.6:
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Guest
Guest
Oct 25 2015
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Oct 25 2015
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Version: 1.6
Amazing product - well worth the money. Best solution out there!
GregH60
GregH60
Dec 27 2013
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Dec 27 2013
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Version: 1.5.6
This software is without a doubt the most dependable software I have found on the market. It just works. Nothing will stop the software from completing its task. If the printer runs out of paper, it patiently waits until the printer is refilled and it starts up right where it left off. Power failure, it starts up right where it left off. Someone trips on the USB cord, it just continues to work when you plug it back in. Well worth the investment.