Publicspace.net announced version 2.0 of "The Big Mean Folder Machine" on Wednesday. The "Big Mean Folder Machine" is a tool for anyone who works with large file collections, including digital photographers, content creation, post-production, system administrators, and other creative professionals.
The new release features a re-designed user interface, automated software updates, improved droplet automation and file name conflict resolution as well as improved overall performance. All operations may be performed without worrying about file name collisions; BMFM resolves name conflicts automatically.
New features include:
- Easy-to-use Assistant Style interface that walks the user through each decision
- Industrial-strength, database-backed, copying engine
- Full preview before anything is done
- Multiple folder naming schemes
- Automatically resolves file name conflicts
- Comprehensive EXIF time stamp reading support
- Support for reading id3 tags in mp3, m4p, m4a and m4b music files
Single User Licenses for The Big Mean Folder Machine may be purchased for US$19.95 from publicspace.net.
Big Mean Folder Machine Screen Shot