The icon design is very beautiful. It is a small robot holding a photo. The photo is officially a circle formed by colorful strips of the new photo application in iOS and OS X systems. photos are designed by Iconfactory and the quality is not bad. After opening, the application will automatically import the photo application’s gallery. If you have created multiple galleries, you can quickly switch in the left sidebar. The left sidebar is divided into photo library and operation. -PowerPhotos
The middle part can categorize various photo content in the photo library, such as panoramic photos, videos, continuous shooting and slow motion. On the far right are all the photos in the photo gallery. PowerPhotos provides two modes, list and grid. The + sign in the upper left corner can add a new gallery, and the-sign can delete a gallery. The two buttons on the right are to find the same photo and open the photo application of the system.
If there is an iPhoto library in the system, can automatically detect and help users import. We can also selectively import and manually add a photo library.
- Fixed a bug where PowerPhotos would think an iPhoto library migration was complete before it had completely finished
- Minor updates for macOS Monterey compatibility
- Fixed a “No asset for photo uuid” error message that could occur when importing photos
- When copying RAW+JPG photos, we no longer copy both photos if the “Copy both” setting isn’t selected in the preferences window.
- Fix a bug where PowerPhotos would look for the wrong Photos library name after migrating iPhoto/Aperture libraries containing “iPhoto” or “Aperture” in their name
PowerPhotos allows you to break up your Photos.app images among multiple Photos libraries, rather than having to store all of them in one giant library. You can easily switch between libraries, or just browse the photos in your libraries directly from PowerPhotos, without having to open each library in Photos.
PowerPhotos also supports searching across all your libraries at once to help track down a particular photo. If you use iCloud Photo Library to sync photos with your other devices, splitting up your library can help save on iCloud storage costs. Use a single library to hold a smaller collection that you sync with iCloud, while keeping the bulk of your photos in separate libraries so they don’t take up space on iCloud. PowerPhotos can analyze your libraries for duplicate photos, showing them to you side-by-side and letting you get rid of extra copies of photos that you no longer need.
• Improved iCloud Photos support: If you use iCloud Photos, PowerPhotos 1.x was only able to see photos in your library that had already been downloaded to your local hard drive. For users with the “Optimize Mac Storage” option enabled, this could mean a significant portion of your iCloud library would not be visible to PowerPhotos. In PowerPhotos 2.0, it can now see and work with any photos in your iCloud photo library, and will automatically download any photos from iCloud as needed.
• Advanced exporting: Photos has an export command, but it is fairly limited in what it can provide. PowerPhotos 2.0 has a new, more fully featured export function with options such as
◦ Export as a flat folder or as a folder hierarchy in the Finder that mimics your album hierarchy
◦ Export unmodified photos, or as JPG, PNG, HEIF, or TIFF of different sizes
◦ Include captions, dates, keywords, and titles in EXIF metadata
◦ Retain or strip location metadata
◦ Optionally include videos from Live Photos and all photos from a burst
◦ Set Finder creation/modification dates to the photo’s EXIF date
◦ Video export support as H.264 or H.265
• Global menu bar item: Get fast access to your libraries via a global item in your menu bar even when PowerPhotos itself isn’t running.
• Library groups: For those with lots of libraries, you can now organize your libraries into groups in the PowerPhotos sidebar.
• Multiple windows: You can now open each library in a separate window in PowerPhotos, allowing for easier comparison between libraries, and dragging and dropping photos/albums between libraries.
• New duplicate search engine: PowerPhotos 2.0 uses a new duplicate comparison algorithm that can find more duplicate photos which are not quite 100% identical, such as scaled down copies of photos, photos that have been resaved in a different format or with different compression, and even photos with minor edits applied to them.
• Faster library loading: PowerPhotos 2.0 has rewritten a bunch of its internals to load your library much faster than PowerPhotos 1.0.
• Improved AppleScript support: New support for copying albums or photos between libraries, merging libraries, and exporting photos/albums from a library.
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