Fraser Speirs has released
2.0, a major new release of his add-on for iPhoto to help export photos to Yahoo’s Flickr photoblogging service. With this release Speirs has made FlickrExport shareware software — it costs £12 (US$21.04) to register.
Upon installation, FlickrExport is added as a new export option for iPhoto 4.x or later. It enables you to upload individual photos, groups or albums to Flickr. You can give images specific titles and descriptions, add tags, mark them as public, private, available for friends or family; scale the images to specific sizes and more.
New to this release, FlickrExport 2.0 supports uploading to existing sets of images; you can also add newly uploaded photos to a group pool. FlickrExport displays a list of your tags already used on Flickr, which can then be addded before uploading. You can also filter them. FlickrExport can now copy the title and description back to iPhoto if it’s been changed within FlickrExport. Other changes and bug fixes have been made, as well.
A 30-day demo version is available for download. System requirements call for iPhoto 4.x and Mac OS X v10.3 or later. FlickrExport is a Universal Binary that runs natively on Intel and PowerPC-based Macs.