PhotoCopy iPhoto/Flickr tool gains speed, stability

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24x7digital has updated PhotoCopy to version 1.1. It’s a free update for registered users. PhotoCopy costs $20 to register, and a demo is available.

PhotoCopy helps users with iPhoto libraries mirror their content on the digital photo sharing service Flickr. You select which iPhoto albums and events you want to share and PhotoCopy takes care of it. Image information like title, date, time, rating, keywords and description is also copied over.

New to the 1.1 version is Event support. Proxy servers are now supported, and scanning has been optimized for speed. CPU load issues have been improved, as has error handling of movies. iPhoto scan logging has been improved, multiple stability issues have been fixed, and log entry detail text has been added.

System requirements call for Mac OS X 10.5 or later, 5.2MB hard disk space, iPhoto 6 or later, and a Flickr account.

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