December 25, 2007 in iPod (E)
[prMac.com] FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Findley Designs, Inc. announces the immediate availability of iPod Access Photo v1.3 for Mac OSX and Windows Vista/XP/2000. iPod Access Photo is the complete solution to viewing and retrieving photos stored on iPod players. New features in v1.3 include iPhone and iPod touch support, improved iPod Classic/Nano 3G support and Leopard OSX 10.5 support.
- Support For Mac OSX 10.3.9 or higher (Universal Binary)
- Support for 10.5 (Leopard)
- Support for Windows Vista, Windows 2000 and Win XP
- Works with all iPods that support photos
- Works with iPhone and iPod touch
- Disable iTunes Photo Sync
- Automatically uses highest resolution available
- View Photos by Album
- Full Size preview in application
- Copy all your photos with one click
- Easy to use interface
- Ability to override photo names
- Support for Multiple iPods
Need to get photos off your iPod and back onto your computer? If so you have probably realized that the iPod stores photos in files with a "ithmb" extension. These files contain all the photo data for your iPod but cannot be read by regular photo programs. iPod Access Photo solves this problem by allowing you to select individual photos and albums to be moved back onto your computer or to an external hard drive.
When iTunes transfers photos to the iPod it creates each photo in multiple sizes. The iPod uses these different size photos to display thumbnails, fullscreen images and television formated images. iPod Access Photo always selects the highest resolution file available on the iPod. If the "full resolution" option was selected in iTunes then iPod Access Photo will use those files by default.
iPod Access Photo v1 is the perfect companion to iPod Access v4. With both programs installed on your computer you have complete control over all the media on your iPod that is important to you.
Findley Designs, Inc. strives to create solutions to help the everyday computer user. Applications such as iPod Access, iPod Access Photo, Movie Montage, Delete It and iCal FTP strive to put a simple interface on complex problems.