Indie developer Jendrik Bertram today announces iFlicks 1.4, an update to his video utility for Mac OS X. Featuring an easy-to-use interface, iFlicks will convert and optimize video files to play on iTunes, Front Row, iPod, iPhone, iPad, and Apple TV. Imported into iTunes, videos can be organized by adding metadata, such as title, episode, cast, genre, etc. Version 1.4 can create video files from H.264 content (.mkv, .flv) that will be directly playable on Apple devices without re-encoding.
Pomfort, software provider for digital film production workflows, extends Silverstack SET with new features for metadata transfer from the film set to Avid Media Composer. Silverstack SET is a reliable and easy to use software solution for media management, quality check and backup on the film set – tailored to the needs of digital film production workflows. The new transfer feature of Silverstack SET enables users to enrich their standard editorial workflow with information from the film set.
Galarina today introduces PhotoMeta 1.0, their a new iPad app that efficiently handles EXIF, GPS and TIFF photo metadata like you’ve never seen before on the iPad. PhotoMeta even extracts makernotes for the most popular camera brands, including Canon, Nikon, Olympus, and Sony. With the built-in web browser, metadata of internet photos is only a few taps away. Choose to either have basic metadata info displayed in a clear overview panel, or to see all metadata tags in a self-explanatory list.
Vancouver based Beanheads Consulting Inc. today announces Sort Shots – iPad Edition 2.3. Sort Shots displays a photograph’s metadata/EXIF information including f-stop, shutter speed and tags. Additionally, Sort Shots recognizes photo tags from popular software providers including Adobe, Apple, Microsoft and Nik. Version 2.3 offers photo metadata viewing capabilities along with improved importing, sorting and audio/video cable support.
Vancouver based Beanheads Consulting Inc. today announces an update to Sort Shots – iPad Edition 2.2. Sort Shots – iPad Edition allows users to import images while retaining previously assigned metadata/EXIF keywords automatically. Instantly find and view photos by simply tapping on a word. It’s the first iPad app to utilize EXIF/Metadata keywords/tags with Apple iPhoto and Aperture. Additionally, File Transfer Protocol, file renaming and a search feature have been added.
Vancouver based Beanheads Consulting Inc. today announces Sort Shots – iPad Edition 2.0. Sort Shots – iPad Edition utilizes metadata/EXIF information from photos for easy image searching. Easily import keywords from Adobe Bridge and Lightroom, Apple iPhoto, Nik Software/Nikon NX2, Microsoft Expression Media. Update your keywords and export the images with the keywords to Adobe Lightroom and Bridge. Version 2.0 retains original image qualities including full resolution and more.