In this week’s roundup, you’ll find apps that turn your Mac into a surveillance camera, batch image editor, backup system, video player, and worldwide postal code directory.
Batch Editor 1.2
GameTogether’s $1 Batch Editor makes it easy to alter and convert large collections of images.
The app supports a number of operations that range from resizing to rotation, and features an easy-to-use workflow editor that allows you to chain multiple operations together in a single pass.
The app can make a local copy of everything from email to calendar appointments and documents, all in a format that makes them usable directly from your favorite Mac apps.
The app features a powerful dashboard that gives you a complete overview of every video you have and lets you play each episode from your hard disk, a network drive, or an attached storage device.
Mental Case 2.6.3
Sprite Something 1.10
Terrible Games’s $10 Sprite Something is a design tool that helps you create animated sprites.
Aimed at illustrators and game artists, the app supports multiple layers, can export to a variety of formats, and is even capable of syncing with multiple Macs over iCloud.
Bits and bytes
Similarly, iMovie has also been bumped to version 10.0.5, in which the fine folks from Cupertino have introduced enhanced compatibility between the app’s Theater feature and iCloud.
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