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Apps: WaterThumber, A Better Finder Rename, WhatsOpen

updated 05:10 pm EDT, Wed July 29, 2009

Warranty Hero, VideoDrive

  • WaterThumber 2.2 ($20) is a tool that allows users to resize images for online publication in one batch process. The software can create high-quality thumbnails and smaller versions of images or add custom watermarks. Brightness, contrast, saturation and sharpness adjustments can also be made to each image and all the EXIF data, including brand-specific camera information and GPS coordinates are preserved. The latest release allows users to import iPhoto albums and includes several interface modifications. The update has also fixed several bugs and typos. [Download - 5.3MB]

  • A Better Finder Rename 8.26 ($20) is a tool for renaming multiple files. Users can drag files from the Finder and then choose from different options on how files should be named. The new release has fixed several multi-threading bugs and improved how the expression engine handles unicode character sequences for international languages. The 64-bit mode for PowerPC based Macs has been re-added to this release and should provide speed improvements for those machines. A few minor performance and error reporting improvements have also been made. [Download - 5.5MB]

  • WhatsOpen 2.6 (free) is a small utility which allows users to find which application has an volume open. This can help users avoid trying to eject a volume when some of its contents are still in use. The latest release includes support for dragging external files and volumes to the application window for filtering. The Getting Started guide has also been updated and a link to AGASupport has been added to the help menu. [Download - 5.9MB]

  • Warranty Hero 1.3 ($15) allows users to keep track of a products life-span and its accompanying warranty. The application can track a products name, vendor, purchase date and a warranty expiry date. Optional information for serial number, price, and a product image can be entered as necessary. Version 1.3 includes a new sorting mode, "Last Bought," native support for pharmaceutics, an updated set of preferences, along with some overall performance enhancements. [Download - 16.3MB]

  • VideoDrive 1.10 ($20) can be used to add videos to an iTunes library without having to convert them. The software includes options for automatically classifying videos as movies, TV shows, or music videos, and can also add missing metadata and cover art. Version 1.10 has added a new import option which automatically converts videos to H.264 at the highest possible resolution. Several new options have also been added that can be used when converting videos recorded with Elgato.264 or Elgato.264 HD. Sveral bugs have also been fixed including a problem related to the latest Apple TV update. [Download - 5MB]

    by MacNN Staff

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