File Multi Tool 7 allows you to change JPEG, RAW & video content creation dates, EXIF, IPTC & GPS meta-data tags, file creation & modification dates, file flags and deal with invisible files.
File Multi Tool is the Mac App Store version of A Better Finder Attributes 7.
File Multi Tool 7 allows you to manipulate JPEG, RAW & video content creation timestamps (EXIF DateTimeOriginal, DateTimeDigitized, video content and media creation dates) at will by setting them to specific times or batch adjusting them by adding and removing time (useful for correcting the timestamps of images taken with a digital camera with a incorrectly set clock and to compensate for timezone changes).
File Multi Tool 7 also allows you to synchronize the file creation and modification dates with the shooting dates of JPEG, RAW or video content creation dates, so that files sort properly in the Finder and other systems.
File Multi Tool 7 allows the most commonly used EXIF & IPTC meta-data tags, such as copyright & owner information, camera & lens specifications, some exposure information and much else besides, to be directly manipulated.
You can strip EXIF, GPS & IPTC information from a file altogether, remove only GPS and IPTC location tags or add or change individual tags.
File Multi Tool 7 gives you total control over file creation and modification dates, setting them to specific times and dates, adding or removing time or simply removing them altogether.
File Multi Tool 7 can extract file date information embedded in file names and use this information to set the various file dates. This feature is highly flexible and configurable and covers almost any imaginable situations.
You can use our file renaming product, A Better Finder Rename, to "massage" the file names or to inject the dates into the file name in the first place.
Many image and video processing applications have a tendency of losing your files' meta-data. As long as you keep the originals around, you can use File Multi Tool to transfer file dates from your original files to the processed files.
In other situations, especially when dealing with scanned photos, your image files may have no creation date information at all. You can use File Multi Tool to add this information by starting from an approximate date & time and adding a small time increment for each successive file, thus ensuring that your photos show up in the correct order in your image management software.
File Multi Tool supports setting all common Mac file system flags. You can set whether or not file extensions appear in the Finder, batch lock or unlock files, set or remove legacy creation & type codes, restart the Finder in a special mode that shows invisible files, batch set Finder labels and force Finder updates.
File Multi Tool can delete invisible files, such as .DS_Store, that can lead to problems when delivering files to non-Mac systems and play havoc with Unix tools such as version control and archiving tools.
On top of this File Multi Tool has a special "Show Invisible Files" feature hidden in the "Tools" menu that switches the Finder to a special mode in which invisible files become visible.
File Multi Tool has been used by professional photographers, web site designers and developers and many other creative professionals who deal with large file collections for close to two decades now.
Whether you forgot to reset the timezone of your camera while traveling, or are using multiple cameras but have forgotten to sync their clocks, the resulting time discrepancies can wreak havoc with your file collections.
File Multi Tool 7 offers a simple way of adding or removing time intervals to entire photo collections in one fell swoop.
The Finder uses the file creation or modification dates to sort files but cannot sort by shooting date.
Use File Multi Tool 7 to copy the shooting date to the creation date to get files to sort intuitively.
Scanners don't know when a picture was taken, but you can arrange your photos to be scanned in sequence. You can use the Advanced Time
Manipulation action to set the EXIF
DateTimeOriginal timestamp and add short time interval to each photo to get them to sort correctly
Many image manipulation packages don't correctly preserve your file dates. Use the Advanced Time Manipulation action to copy those file dates from your backup of the original files to the new processed files.
Some image processing tools don't preserve your file dates correctly but place them in the file names. Alternatively, you can use A Better Finder Rename to put the dates into the file name. You can then use File Multi Tool to extract the dates from the file names and re-apply them.
Many professional photographers do not want to send meta-data about their equipment and exposure information with their files and use File Multi Tool to remove this information before delivering files to clients or uploading them to stockphoto sites.
While some photographers prefer anoniziming JPEG files before delivery, others want to add copyright information before delivering their files or sharing them on stockphoto sites. File Multi Tool 7 supports both and makes them equally convenient.
A bunch of files with different creation and modification dates, inconsistent file extension settings and Finder labels look messy and unprofessional. Use File Multi Tool to standardize file creation and modification dates, file extension hiding and Finder labels for a cleaner look.
File Multi Tool 7 is designed with the care and attention to detail that Mac users have grown to expect. Originally released on Mac OS 8, it has been rewritten from scratch several times to take advantage of all the latest Mac technologies and feedback from our loyal users to bring you the best in class user experience.
File Multi Tool 7 offers a best-in class user experience with convenient drag & drop adding of files, context sensitive file information, Finder context-menu integration and the attention to detail that Mac users are accustomed to.
The new Preview Pane in File Multi Tool 7 allows you to peek inside your files and delve into its meta-data, making it much easier to work with meta-data tags and providing additional confidence in your settings.
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