|Op. System:||Windows XP/2000/98|
|File size:||3.34 MB|
|Publisher:||Thomas Justin Shaw|
Publisher description for NamerTamer
NamerTamer is a photo processor designed to speed up and simplify the common tasks associated with digital photo management: renaming, rotating, cropping, red Eye editing, and thumbnailing. Each task is expedited via a "Hot-Key" sequence using either the or key to avoid menu navigation and to minimize mouse utilization. The speed gained comes at the expense of oft-relied upon safety nets. Files can be deleted or over-written without Warning or recourse. For this reason it is recommended that you practice with NamerTamer using a test directory containing copies of the original images. All photo edits are un-doable which provides a degree of safety. The two actions with permanent repercussions are saving and deleting. NamerTamer makes both of these actions easy and quick to accomplish, with the assumption that the user will wield these powers with the requisite care. Initially I wrote NamerTamer simply to rename the images after uploading them from a digital camera. Windows XP's Explorer was almost up to this task as thumbnails of the images can easily be viewed and rotated directly in Explorer. Renaming several images is cumbersome and requires jumping Back and Forth between the keyboard and mouse for each image. Another minor peeve was that the extension had to be retyped for each image.