iSlimPhoto
iSlimPhoto
2.0.1

0.0

iSlimPhoto free download for Mac

iSlimPhoto2.0.1

29 January 2013

Shrink your iPhoto Library.

Overview

iSlimPhoto is an application developed by Idealistic Future Ltd. iSlimPhoto can compress your photo library in such way that it will save alot of space without losing quality.

This is possible by using the setting "perfect" when compressing; this way photos will be reduced to the resolution of your display, and the rest of the extra-pixels will be wiped out.

The application is very useful when you need some more disk space, or when you want to move your library onto a new computer with less storage space.

What's new in iSlimPhoto

Version 2.0.1:
  • Added 2880 x 1800 resolution for the new MacBook Pro with Retina display 15-inch
  • Added "same resolution" option
  • Added user control over multiple threads
  • Auto image enhancements - for Mountain Lion users (and up)

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How would you rate iSlimPhoto app?

2 Reviews of iSlimPhoto

Shiny22
05 March 2011
Version: 1.1

Most helpful

Just remember, removing all those "unnecessary" pixels will mean that you'll be printing at much smaller sizes to achieve the same quality - and in the process, you'll be disabling iPhoto's non-destructive editing feture
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raimundhorst
09 October 2014
Version: 2.0.1
Hi, I have sent the developer already an Email in German on 21.9.14 but with no reply yet. Another Email on 4.10.14 with no reply. Again, now public : when I use several libraries in work, I always have to close and open the app to change the prefs. Why not extend the app for work with more than one library? Bug: on start there should be created already an empty library in a new folder, why I have to do that always manually? Bug: After having slimmed, the library shows still the old big size in the information, although it is slimmed with a lower size. regards Ray (hope to get an answer now?)
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Shiny22
05 March 2011
Version: 1.1
Just remember, removing all those "unnecessary" pixels will mean that you'll be printing at much smaller sizes to achieve the same quality - and in the process, you'll be disabling iPhoto's non-destructive editing feture
(2)