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A Better Finder Attributes is the ultimate file tweaking tool for OS X. It combines photo-shooting date and file date changing along with a few unique tricks of its own.
Change EXIF Timestamps at Will – A Better Finder Attributes Free Download mac 5 allows you to manipulate JPEG, CR2, NEF, ARF CRW and CIFF EXIF timestamps at will by setting them to specific times or batch adjusting them by adding and removing time (useful for correcting the timestamps of images taken with a digital camera with an incorrectly set clock and to compensate for timezone changes). • Correct Finder Sorting for JPEG EXIF and RAW Photo – A Better Finder Attributes 5 also allows to synchronize the file creation and modification dates with the shooting dates of JPEG EXIF as well as a wide variety of RAW formats, so that files sort properly in the Finder and other systems. You may also like Disk Xray
Total File and Folder Creation and Modification Date Control – A Better Finder Attributes 5 Mac Download gives you total control over file creation and modification dates, setting them to specific times and dates, adding or removing time or simply removing them altogether.
Automate with Droplets – A Better Finder Attributes 5 allows you to save frequently used settings to separate “droplet” applications. Drag-and-drop files onto the droplet application to apply the changes stored in it. Double click the droplet to edit the stored settings.
Other Noteworthy Features:
- Batch operation
- Drag-and-drop into the file list or onto the application icon
- Select files in the Finder and activate A Better Finder Attributes 5 via the Finder context menu or via a hotkey
- Automatically deals with file date consistency rules
- Separate processing for files and folders, batch processing of sub-folders
- Additionally, A Better Finder Attributes 5 gives you control over:
- Whether or not file extensions appear in the Finder
- Batch locking or unlocking of files
- Setting or removing legacy creator and type codes
- Removing invisible files
- Seeing invisible files in the Finder
- The batch setting of Finder labels
- Forcing the Finder to update its information about files and folders
- Fixed some minor bugs
OS X 10.7 or later, 64-bit processor