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Image Info can retrieve more information about an image file than any other application. It doesn't open images to return the info, so it works very fast. It is also fully AppleScriptable, which means you can build it into a prepress, catalog, or other type of workflow. Returned info include EXIF, IPTC and color profile info, and info about an image's dimensions, color space, channels, layers, clipping paths, comments and much more. Because Image Info does not open images to gather info, it can view and retrieve the info very quickly. Version 3.0 has been completely revised and now presents a new interface where users can easily access all of an image's info. Image Info fully supports drag and drop - info can be dragged straight into another application, or AppleScripters can writes scripts to retrieve almost any kind of data. A dozen example scripts are included. Features: Reads from the data fork of filesMore than a dozen common image formats are supported including TIFF, JPEG, EPS, PICT and GIF, and a variety of information can be retrieved about each, including resolution, width, height, color mode, image layers and clipping paths, fonts, colors as well as EXIF and IPTC metadata and ICC color profile data. Supported Formats: Alias PIX BMP binary EPS vector EPS DCS 1 EPS DCS 2 EPS GIF JPEG JPEG2000 Macpaint Photoshop Photoshop 2 Photoshop Raw PostScript PCX PICT PNG Scitex CT SGI Targa TIFF Info returned by Image Info: name width height resolution color mode type creator created modified where file size data size image size size ratio format compression fonts channels image layers adjustment layers type layers colors paths clipping path comment quality encoding transfer function halftone screen eps preview caption artist date time software title URL copyright copyrighted pages byte order all EXIF data all IPTC data including keywords embedded color profile info.
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File Size 1.14 MB
Version 3.1
Operating System Mac OS X 10.2 Mac OS X 10.0 Macintosh Mac OS Classic Mac OS X 10.3 Mac OS X 10.1
System Requirements
  • System 9 or higher
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  • Mac OS X 10.0 or higher
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