L'offre gratuite du jour pour RoboImport 18.104.22.168 était valable le 11 avril 2013!
RoboImport est un programme d'automatisation des images pour appareils photo et lecteurs de cartes. Il télécharge vos images numériques directement à partir de votre carte mémoire ou d'un appareil photo numérique, les renomme, puis effectue automatiquement des opérations d'édition sur un certain nombre d'images pendant le transfert sur votre PC.
RoboImport importe les images dans des dossiers avec des noms descriptifs où les images peuvent être facilement localisées, vous permet de renommer les fichiers à l'aide d'un système flexible de désignation, et pivote l'ensemble des photos correctement. Le programme vous permet également de transférer les fichiers RAW séparément des JPEG dans des dossiers spécifiques. RoboImport appose automatiquement un copyright sur vos photos en remplissant les champs requis dans l'annotation IPTC. Les images peuvent aisément être tamponnés avec les coordonnées GPS de l'emplacement où a été prise la photo. Le programme prend en charge la lecture des données EXIF depuis les fichiers RAW provenant d'appareils photos des marques comme Canon, Nikon, Minolta, Fuji, Olympus, Sigma, Pentax, etc.
Windows 2000, 7, 8, XP, Vista
Un logiciel de gestion d'images numériques primé et populaire destiné aux propriétaires d'appareils photos numériques, les concepteurs et les photographes professionnels. Les fonctionnalités de Picajet comprennent des outils intégrés pour sécuriser vos photos, un moteur de recherche d'images avec prise en charge EXIF, un créateur de diaporamas et un outil facile à utiliser pour générer une galerie web à partir de modèles. Si vous possédez une grande collection photographique et cherchez un moyen efficace de l'organiser, ce logiciel est un incontournable pour vos albums photos numériques.
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76% THUMBS??? ....Come on.... if you don't need a tool like this DON'T RATE IT ==> DAMN, just an IDIOT can behave like this (oh...could be a good program, but I don't need it...so THUMBS DOWN even if I didn't test it at all!!)!!!
This GAOTD does its dirty job pretty well, even though if I'm not wrong a similar product was given away here a few days ago....
Can rename filenames, auto-rotate images losslessly, auto-correct resolution and dates of any pics of yours and even stamp your photos with GPS coordinates (latitude, longitude, altitude), as well as backup your photos to an USB/external drive with no hassle
So if you are used to take tons of pics with your digital camera and were looking for a tool capable of fully automating your digital workflow without creating messy folders in the HD of your PC, just grab this GAOTD and enjoy!!
Would I pay 40 bucks for an app like this??
HELL NOT, otherwise why sign myself "King of Freebies"??? LOL!!
Cool FREE Italian app designed to catalog digital photographs, both in removable devices and in HDs, as well as in a single virtual file system. This FREE GEM is able to handle RAW images exactly as this GAOTD and it's very suitable for LAN users, since it can share any catalogs of yours between several PCs connected through a network.
And for a more comprehensive and professional PHOTO MANAGEMENT software:
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Feels like being in some kind of Time Machine here today because:
1) Today's software was released on January 11, 2007, and appears never to have been updated in the 5 years and 3 months since then.
2) Today's How would you improve RoboImport 126.96.36.199 panel on this page has a lead entry -- Upgrade program to be compatible with Vista and Win 7 -- with 54 upvotes despite the fact that (a) the suggestion is manifestly fatuous and (b) the suggestion itself was actually made on December 29, 2011. Not today, April 11, 2013.
A giveaway of a software that's more than 5 years old with a suggestions box led by some nonsense that's more than 1 year old doesn't seem calculated to inspire much enthusiasm. . . To clarify, then:
The seemingly abandoned-by-its-developer RoboImport 188.8.131.52 was last offered here in December 2011. I DL'd it and ran it for a while but found it didn't do very much more than is possible in Windows Explorer and Irfanview.
Image sorting by time and date is the world's simplest job in Windows Explorer (my particular OS is Vista): right-click on Name, scroll the drop-down menu to More, choose whichever options you want for the folder, and move 'Date Taken' up to the top.
As to the much-vaunted lossless JPG rotation, Irfanview has long been able to do this, either on an individual basis or as a batch using the lossless plug-in: open an image in Irfanview, click on File / Thumbnails to open a new screen, then File/ Lossless Operations and choose whether you want a multiple lossless rotate or a multiple lossless crop.
RoboImport didn't import out-of-camera images any faster than my standard freeware mover and copier:
and the auto file re-naming left me with descriptions elongated by the unnecessary, and in some instances, cryptic, incorporation of the camera model name. I could find no benefit in any of this seeing as how Windows Explorer (Vista OS) is perfectly capable of sorting images by camera model or date taken.
I finally uninstalled the program because of a major deficiency: at the price, a competent image editor ought to be integral to it, yet isn't even present.
As today's giveaway is in no way different from the program when it was given away in December 2011, and in no way different to the program version of January, 2007, it may perhaps be of some passing interest to anyone looking to see if 5-year-old software is equal to their needs and equal to more modern competition.
But what with its age and the fact that even its own developer seems to have abandoned it, that ludicrous $40 re-install cost is as big an argument against bothering with RoboImport now as it was back in December 2011.
Thanks, GOTD, but no thanks.
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Had this program for awhile now. Works great, I personally haven't had any problems with it. I don't really think it's worth the $39.95 price tag though. The software that came with my camera does the vast majority of what this program does, but this one is a lot easier to use.
As a last note, PLEASE read SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS before complaining or asking what version of windows it's for. Asking questions that are clearly answered in product description or in the system requirements just makes you look completely ignorant. Before installing anything READ about it before expecting people to solve your problems
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Oh my bad...I forgot to mention another great FREE app, I recently discovered by chance, which can definitely put even this GAOTD in the dust.
I'm talking about a cool FREE tool which can import your photos from a digital camera and then automatically organize them in albums, calendar and map by EXIF metadata, notes, keywords, time and geodata.
Once you have organized them with meaningful folders, this software is even able to create & publish flash and web galleries on the NET literally with a couple of mouse clicks, as well as geotagging your pics by automatically organizing them with a built-in digital map, designed to show you any locations where your photos were taken.
No bad for a FREE app, is it dudes??
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Quote: (Comment by John — April 11th, 2013 at 4:56 am)
Uninstall left 45 registry errors!
Hi, John. I would suggest that you download the "Wise Program Uninstaller," current version is v1.24.55. This not only does a much better job and handles much better than Window's built-in function. It's also 100% free! I bring this up, as the majority of PC system users don't realize that bits and pieces of software they've installed and then decided to remove, more often than not are simply not coded for that detailed attention (e.g., this is a good indication that a sloppy "programmer" is to blame). When these leftovers are are remaining in your registry, one day, you system will start acting up, if it still boots. Why? This is a shortcoming that stems from early days in Window's development. The registry can hold only a certain amount of data, before problems start appearing, or your system may not boot.
Another Free utility is "Wise JetSearch"...it can find anything in under 2-10 seconds...and that's on my 8TB system!! No kidding and I use it instead of anything else, just as I use the "Wise Program Uninstaller," exclusively.
Good Luck - Hope some of this helps someone!
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