Projects / PixSteward


PixSteward downloads pictures and metadata from your Flickr accounts and archives them in a relational database on your computer, allowing offline searches and image exporting. With PixSteward, you can safely back up multiple Flickr photostreams with metadata to your Mac, perform sophisticated searches (even where there's no Internet connection), rapidly browse your picture archive and export original-sized JPEGs, PNGs, and GIFs (groups and one-by-one), export sets of pictures along with their metadata for use in other apps, and edit your Flickr tags, titles, and descriptions simultaneously on Flickr and within PixSteward.

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Recent releases

  •  22 May 2014 16:49

    Release Notes: This release makes PixSteward compatible with the new Flickr SSL standard.

    •  13 Aug 2013 15:21

      Release Notes: This release fixes a bug where double quotes in the description field could prevent syncing with Flickr. It adds database file size display to the Home screen. It disables the user's ability to change file extensions when exporting original images. It removes the horizontal scroll bar from the thumbnail search results window pane. It adds clear contents buttons to search fields.

      •  06 May 2013 15:26

        Release Notes: This release fixes a bug in how icons are displayed in Snow Leopard (OS X 10.6). When downloading from Flickr, this release will log any errors that occur rather than stopping the download and displaying the error. It will instead display the error log when the download is complete.

        •  20 Dec 2012 04:01

          Release Notes: Double-clicking a picture in the search result window now opens the full-size image in Preview. Help screens were updated.

          •  21 Sep 2012 15:17

            Release Notes: This release adds the ability to delete pictures from the database.


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