rePhormat free download for Mac

rePhormat for Mac1.2

31 January 2005

Batch image processing application.

What is rePhormat for Mac

rePhormat is a batch image processing application that will allow you to either resize and/or add a border and/or add the creation date of images in your computer or digital camera.

What's new in rePhormat

Version 1.2:

Camera sheet: can now select which camera images to:

  • erase
  • rePhormat

- Rotate downloaded originals, for camera rotated images.

- Bug fixes:

  • Finder icons are now generated for rotated or rePhormated images.
  • rePhormat now handles correctly the case if the camera gets disconnected while downloading / processing images.
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Sep 18 2003
Sep 18 2003
Version: 1.1
This is a great little program. Works like a champ. It is very easy to rephormat photos. It has a very simplistic interface--nothing is confusing. I just wish I could write the images to multiple destinations with multiple formating options, i.e. take a high resolution image and write to two folders, one for thumbnails and one for reduced quality/size for web viewing. One fault with the program is that it doesn't preserve file names at all times. Most of the time the file name is preserved but there are times with long names and spaces in the file name that a new file name is used rather than the original.
App requirements: 
  • PPC 32
  • Mac OS X 10.2.8 or later
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