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Desh reviewed on 06 Dec 2009
I was looking for a program to quickly crop 500 images for a digital picture frame. I wanted some control, but I also wanted a stream lined workflow. Click 2 Crop had me zooming through images with a minimum of clicks (page down key to forward to next image, resize/position crop bounds with mouse if needed, double click crop image to save, rinse and repeat)

Much nicer than the other apps I tried. Would like to see a few additional features, such as batching and image watermarking, but I could use PS CS4 if needed. Maybe more hotkey support for auto levels and sharpening? Would have liked to use the arrow keys in addition to page up/down.
[Version 1.1]


desh reviewed on 11 Sep 2009
Wanted to like Yep, I really did. With the first version, I was put off with how they stored tags/keywords in a separate plist file. For me, the file is the truth, not some proprietary file/database. Granted, they had a menu item that would actually stamp the information into the pdf's metadata (which is exactly what I wanted) but they hampered this by not giving it a hotkey, or even a "do not show again" checkbox to an annoying dialog that would come up each time you wanted to stamp the file. The process was tedious and annoying.

Now with 2.0 they've come up with "OpenMeta", which sounds like another proprietary/hacky system that isn't cross platform (I need to search pdf's for keywords on Windows too), and doesn't even work with CS4/Acrobat. It also appears that they've removed the ability to stamp the file's metadata that was present in Yep 1.
[Version 2.0b4]

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