iMagine Photo is the tool for the automated processing of digital photographs using AppleScript.
iMagine Photo's AppleScript dictionary can be viewed here.
iMagine Photo will run on Mac OS X 10.3.3 and higher.
What's new in Version 2.1.4
- iMagine Photo is now a Universal Binary.
- A number of bugs in the Automator actions have been fixed.
What's new in Version 2.1.3
- Removed a bug in the AppleScript dictionary.
- The seven iMagine Photo Automator actions are now included in the Application package.
- Added a chroma width property to the alpha transparency class.
What's new in Version 2.1.2
- The graphics importer can render the alpha channel of an image file as a grayscale image.
- The movie editor object can now include alpha channel information when adding movie frames.
- Added a color space property to the graphics importer. This allows you to determine the color space (rgb, cmyk etc.) without having the to render the image.
What's new in Version 2.1.1
- Fixed bug when setting the gps latitude and longitude reference to an image file exif information.
- Added "sub second capture time original" to the list of exif properties that "iMagine Photo" reads and writes. iMagine Photo's name for this property is: captureDateSubSecondTime
What's new in Version 2.1
- Now free
- iMagine Photo also includes the creating movies functionality previously only available in iMagine Video.
- Bilinear interpolation for removing hot pixels using a pixel map
- The ability to add an icon to an image file when exporting
- Automatic gamma correction can be turned off
- Automatic colour matching can be turned off
- Improved performance and functionality when modifying image files in place
- iMagine Photo no longer crashes when a graphic document is asked to make a composition element instead of using the create composition element command. Using make composition element will now cause iMagine Photo to return an error.
- Work around for a memory size check error returned by Quicktime
- Obtains the correct colour profile when adding a colour profile to a graphic exporter
- The conflict between the definition of a source rectangle of a graphic importer and the source rectangle for adding a frame to a movie has been resolved. Previously this was a bug in iMagine Video only.
- The export file location property of a exporter can now represent long unicode file names even when the file doesn't yet exist.
- When a graphics exporter attached to a graphic importer exports, the resolution it exports at is the resolution of the imported graphic file unless the export resolution was set. If the export resolution had never been set it always returned 72.0 when queried even when the resolution of the imported graphic file was 300.0. The export resolution property now accurately reflects what the resolution of the exported graphic file will be even if it hasn't been set.
- Returning a list of importers now works.
What's new in Version 2.0.2
- Copy to clipboard bug fix
- Draw text bug fix.
What's new in Version 2.0.1
What's new in Version 2.0
- Comprehensive Exif metadata support
- Draw frames from imported movies
- Creates image files with transparency
- Improved control for positioning of text
- Can calculate the bounds of text
- A configuration option for running as a background only application
- Reads and writes individual pixels values
- Maps hot pixels from digital camera files
- New quartz drawing command
Though Yarra Valley Software has closed down, the author of iMagine Photo intends to make sure that iMagine Photo will work with the upcoming release of Apple's Mac OS X operating system Tiger.
iMagine Photo detailed information
iMagine Photo AppleScript Documention