From Dennis Damico:
FastPhotoTagger tries to be the fastest way to set the metadata tags in your photos. By defining abbreviations for the most common tag values, you can tag an image with a few keystrokes in a matter of seconds and then view the tags in a slideshow. It features set multiple images to have the same tag values, set individual images to have unique tag values, choose the metadata fields to work with, define abbreviations for the most common tag values, modify or undo tag changes before committing to image files, and view slideshows that display tag values as captions.
What's new in this version: Version 2.1 has added the ability to specify that a metadata change should be written to more than one tag.
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