PowerPhotos 1.1.7


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Name powerphotos.1.1.7.mac.os.x
Size 9.05 MB
Created on 2016-03-06 21:03:56
Hash 4b48e8f7249a3d923b6531d939c449ae26945074
Files PowerPhotos1.1.7/PowerPhotos 1.1.7 [kg].dmg (9.05 MB)
PowerPhotos1.1.7/caesarz.txt (0.10 kB)


Name: PowerPhotos
Version: 1.1.7
Mac Platform: Intel
OS Version: OS X v10.11 (El Capitan) and later
Processor type(s) & speed: 64-bit processor

Home Page - https://www.fatcatsoftware.com/powerphotos

What's New in Version 1.1.7:
Improve handling of Photos crashing while importing photos
Fixed a bug where a warning about merging an optimized iCloud library could be displayed even if storage optimization is disabled
If Photos crashes while assigning keywords to duplicate photos, we now relaunch Photos and continue
We now log relevant preference settings when copying or merging
Fixed an issue where the system library would not load properly on some systems
Fixed an issue where "Select in Photos" wouldn't work if the underlying photo file was missing
Improved error messages shown when trying to access a library that's part of a Time Machine backup.
"Enter Full Screen" menu item now reads "Exit Full Screen" when already in full screen mode
Updated Find Duplicates exclusion rules to reflect new album names
Updated Sparkle framework to fix security vulnerability

When using the Photos app to organize photos on your Mac, PowerPhotos allows you to break your photos up among multiple Photos libraries, rather than having to store all of your photos in one giant library. You can easily switch between libraries, or just browse the photos in your libraries directly from PowerPhotos, without having to open each library in Photos. PowerPhotos also supports searching across all your libraries at once to help track down a particular photo.	

If you use iCloud Photo Library to sync photos with your other devices, splitting up your library can help save on iCloud storage costs. Use a single library to hold a smaller collection that you sync with iCloud, while keeping the bulk of your photos in separate libraries so they don't take up space on iCloud. PowerPhotos can analyze your libraries for duplicate photos, showing them to you side by side and letting you get rid of extra copies of photos that you no longer need.

Create and manage multiple libraries
PowerPhotos lets you create multiple Photos libraries, instead of having to keep all your photos in a single library. This lets you speed up Photos by having smaller libraries, archive old photos that you don't use much, or organize photos in different categories or projects. The possibilities are endless!

Browse and search
Use PowerPhotos' image browser to quickly view your photos without having to open Photos itself. You can also search for photos in a single library, or across all your libraries at once.

View detailed photo metadata
The list view in PowerPhotos gives a detailed summary of your photo metadata, such as dates, descriptions, faces, keywords, and more. Easily reveal an item in Photos, or in the Finder.

Find duplicate photos
It can be easy to have multiple copies of the same photo creep into your photo libraries. PowerPhotos lets you search for duplicates in one or more libraries, view them side by side, and separate them into albums where you can easily delete them from your library.

Migrate your iPhoto/Aperture libraries
If you have a lot of existing iPhoto or Aperture libraries that you want to migrate over to Photos, PowerPhotos will help automate your migrations so you don't have to spend time babysitting this lengthy process.



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