File Multi Tool 6.24 MAS
File size: 7.49 MB
File Multi Tool 6 is the ultimate file tweaking tool.
File Multi Tool 6 allows you to manipulate JPEG, CR2, NEF, ARF, RAF, SR2, CRW & CIFF EXIF stamps at will by setting them to specific s or batch adjusting them by adding and removing (useful for correcting the stamps of images taken with a digital camera with a incorrectly set clock and to compensate for zone changes).
File Multi-Tool 6 also allows you to synchronize the file creation and modification dates with the shooting dates of JPEG EXIF as well as a wide variety of RAW formats, so that files sort properly in the Finder and other systems.
File Multi Tool 6 allows the most commonly used JPEG EXIF meta-data tags, such as copyright & owner information, camera & lens specifactions, some exposure information and much else besides to be directly manipulated.
You can strip JPEG EXIF information from a file altogether, remove only GPS & IPTC Location data, or add or change individual tags.
File Multi Tool 6 gives you total control over file creation and modification dates, setting them to specific s and dates, adding or removing or simply removing them altogether.
On top of these features, File Multi Tool 6 gives you control over:
whether or not file extensions appear in the Finder
batch locking or unlocking of files
setting or removing legacy creator & type codes
removing invisible files
seeing invisible files in the Finder
batch setting of Finder labels
forcing the Finder to update its information about files and folders
File Multi Tool 6 features an elegant and intuitive interface with many advanced features. Simply drag & drop the files you want to change into the file list, select an action from the popup menu and modify the settings to your liking, then click on "Perform Changes".
macOS 10.4 Mojave Dark Mode support
drag & drop into the file list or onto the application icon
file content & meta-data is visible in the Preview Pane
select files in the Finder and activate File Multi Tool 6 via the Finder context menu or via a hot key
automatically deals with file date consistency rules
separate processing for files and folders, batch processing of sub-folders
OS X 10.10 or later