iPhoto Copy Companion - Transfer files to camera or media card from iPhoto
Version: 1 R1You've got a nice digital camera and you bought one of those really neat printers that let you print high-quality pictures directly from your camera (without going through the computer). Everything was working great ... until ... you took a precious photo that had "red-eye" (as a common example). So you imported the picture into iPhoto and fixed it.
License: Free To Try $9.95
Operating System: Mac OS X
But now ... how do you get the picture back onto your camera to print it ?!?! Or ... you think you've copied/exported it back to the camera but it doesn't show up in the view-finder. What happened? Well, there are very strict rules that cameras (and printers and retail kiosks) use to store and retrieve valid pictures. If any of these rules aren't followed, the picture may not be processed.
If you don't want to take the time to figure things out ... iPhoto Copy Companion comes to the rescue! With your camera† (or memory card reader) connected to your Mac, simply drag-and-drop the desired picture(s) from iPhoto to iPhoto Copy Companion's "IMAGE NAME" box and click the "Copy to your media card" button. After you've copied the picture(s), simply connect your camera to the printer and print it out like you did before.
Some cameras may not work this way. If your camera doesn't show on desktop, you will probably need a card reader to transfer pictures back to the camera using iPhoto Copy Companion.
Known supported camera manufacturers:
Confirmation needed for:
· 30 day trial.