Musings on Photography

Image Ingester Pro Version 3

Posted in software by Paul Butzi on October 16, 2008

I use ImageIngester Pro to copy raw files off the CF and SD cards I put in camera and onto either my laptop or my main Mac Pro. I like it. It’s easily adjusted to conform to MY idea of where the files should go, renames them according to MY ideas of how the files should be renamed, it’s fast, and it works. And it wasn’t expensive.

All that said, I’ve been eyeing the newest version of ImageIngester, version 3. It has a bunch of appealing features, and a much simplified interface that makes much more sense to me. The only thing keeping me from jumping on the bandwagon was that the new version was still in beta test.

Then I was browsing the author’s website, and reading all about Version 3, and in the comments at the end of this blog post I read the words ”

Marc, I’ve been looking forward to integrating II into my workflow (I’m a DAM Book/ExpressionMedia user). When will version 3 be out of the beta stage? Seems like it would be better to start off with that once it’s out. Any thoughts? –Cassie
Comment by Cassandra Chambliss — September 8, 2008 @ 6:33 pm

It’s stable enough… I just haven’t changed the maturity indicator. You can go ahead and use it.


Comment by marc — September 8, 2008 @ 7:50 pm

Sweet news, indeed. I have already downloaded and installed the new version. Seems nice. I am happy.

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  1. Simon said, on October 17, 2008 at 1:26 pm

    Paul, what file naming convention do you use?

  2. athgarvan said, on October 17, 2008 at 5:10 pm

    I stumbled on you because my own blog is ‘athgarvan musings’. I write it because I am old and my memory is failing fast. I review my posts to see what was happening in my life last week or last month. I think your posts are interesting and educational. I am from Ireland.

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