The photo shoot is over. You've successfully and meticulously sorted, rejected, and ranked all your images. More importantly you have organized everything nicely into projects, folders and albums. Now you are ready to send it off to your client, friends and family.
You wish to export your project with a large hierarchy of folders and albums. Perhaps you even want to burn it to a CD or DVD. As I'm sure you know, Aperture's File | Export | Versions dialog can export all the pictures in a project but does not recreate the album and folder structure within the project as it writes the photos to the file system. Nor does it inform you if what you've just export will even fit on that CD-R.
You could recreate the hierarchy folders by hand in Finder and then copy the pictures into them. OR you could let ProofBURNER automate this for you and save you tons of valuable time.
ProofBURNER is not a complicated plug-in that needs to be installed in Aperture. When you are ready to "Burn To Disk" simply launch ProofBURNER. It will communicate with Aperture directly to get the job done.
V1.1.1 - Adds the ability to export your originals with a IPTC sidecar file or embedded into the image (when possible).
V1.0.1 - Now available from the Mac App Store. Quit option when startup check for running instance of Aperture. Demo version links to App Store purchase. Bug fix for missing exported folders when certain characters are used in Aperture container names. Demo version will now watermark exported images and convert them to jpegs.
V1.0 - First release.
Full release notes at: ProofBURNER Release Notes.
The demo version allows you to export as many images as you want using any export and naming policy. However, each image will be visibly watermarked and converted to jpeg. Purchase it from the Mac App Store or here and name your own price to remove this restriction.
|ProofBURNER Demo.zip||1.85 MB|