Too many issues with MacOS Sierra, and some weird problems with Windows that I’m unable to reproduce, so can’t fix. (I withdrew ImageIngester from sale a few months ago.)
I’ll continue to support these products to the extent I can until the end of the year, but support will end on 31-December-2017.
On MacOS Sierra (10.12), in the Choose Input or Image Source dialog, you must click the Other button (at the bottom), instead of the card icon or card name.
Kagi, who has been handling ImageIngester registration codes for many years, suddenly went out of business, with zero notice. I’ve decided not to revise ImageIngester to use an alternative system, for two reasons:
- Sales are very low, and
- Ingestamatic does nearly everything ImageIngester does, a few things it doesn’t, has a much better user interface, and costs half as much.
I will continue to support ImageIngester users to the extent possible, but there will be no further updates. If you’ve paid for it and want a free unlock code for Ingestamatic, let me know.
Any installed versions of ImageIngester will continue to run. Kagi is involved only in sending out registration codes.
ImageVerifier will also no longer be sold, other than through the Mac App Store. I will continue to support ImageVerifier users.
My tests indicate that both apps work with Lightroom 4, except that it seems that Lightroom no longer opens to the folder passed in, although it does launch if you’ve chosen it as a viewer (post-processing app).
Please let me know (firstname.lastname@example.org) if you encounter any differences between how these apps behave with LR4 compared to how they behaved with LR3.
Same as Beta 1, but with a new icon. No need to download it if you have Beta 1.
Both URLs go the same place, an all-new site that contains everything they used to contain. Much easier to navigate, many fewer pages. Most of what you need (mainly download, buy, and documentation links) is on the home page.
Just posted the first beta.
Very new, so use cautiously.
Most everything implemented except geotagging, image viewer, and raw formats other than ARW, CR2, DNG, NEF, ORF, PEF, RAF, RW2, and SR2.
The geotagging support in Ingestamatic has been added to ExifChanger,
and manual geotagging—choosing a location on a map—has been added.
That manual geotagging feature has been added to Ingestamatic as well.
The new versions are 3.0 for ExifChanger and 1.2 for Ingestamatic.
Betas are available for you to try out now on the usual
Ingestamatic had an uneventful beta period, so I’ve released it. See ImageIngester.com for product details, free-trial download, and purchasing.
It’s $19.99, or $14.99 if you have a registered version of ImageIngester installed.
ExifChanger and ProofSheet,
which have been on the Mac App Store for a while,
are now available directly from me,
and they’re at ImageIngester.com, too.
This allows me to offer all three apps in a bundle for $32.99, a savings of 17%.
Ingestamatic is faster and more visual than ImageIngester,
with fewer features, but more power in the ones it does have.
Read all about it here.
You can download a free beta:
(Runs only on MacOS 10.6 and 10.7, Snow Leopard and Lion.)