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Date Added:Feb. 14, 2008
Downloads Last Week:12
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As others have said, good for collecting images based on user, tags, email etc.
Flexible enough for most collectors.
Doesn't deal elegantly with "all rights reserved" images (just stops the download with an error). ideally there would be a flag to ignore "all rights" images or (if they are downloaded) to highlight them somehow in the destination folder.
This is a great program for downloading entire sets. When you click on "Filter", you can change the 200 picture limit to whatever you like. I set mine to 5000 and could download huge sets easily. You can even download pictures in original size.
Despite its great features, this program doesn't find all the sets in a Flickr account. When you hit "Ok", it'll show a couple of sets and "All Photos"; however, "All Photos" isn't actually...well, all of the photos.
If the developers could fix this issue (allowing ALL photo sets to be seen and downloaded), then I would definitely use this often. However, as of now, I could only see either a few sets or a few pictures in a set.
Saves a lot of time compared to manually downloading. You can choose what size you want like original, large etc.
Didn't notice any. Haven't used it much though.
It saves a lot of time.
Simple to use.
Could use a little more detail in insturctions on use.
Downloads entire sets with just a couple of clicks, fantastic! You can download multiple sets at the same time from the same user. The 200 picture size limitation can be increased. I downloaded a set with over 1000 pictures, worked perfectly.
Would be nice to have a "select all" feature that ticks all the pics in the expanded thumbnail view. This way we could then deselect those pics we don't want. It's a mission to select 200 pics out of 215 where we could rather just deselect 15 of them
A fantastic time saver. Select the set to download, and it does it for you, in the size you want, and even includes the user?s picture title. I'm sticking with this one, even with that one minor short fall.
Reply by stephenallison on November 17, 2009
How do you increase the 200 picture limitation?
Easy use, any search will list all sets & 'all photos' at list end. Can expand & collapse each. Selective by checking any (or all) thumbnails. Being able to 'read' each thumbnail by mousing over it is big plus. All downloads placed in its named set.
For large sets or huge 'all photos' total, the limitation is it will only show the latest 200 photos in either that set or all photo. If downloading from multiple 'all photos'--will not separate from each site but put all in same 'all photos' file
One of the first I tried and still the one of choice. The size limitation is the only real minus. Would be even better if it could find all--I mean *all*--possible sets & photos on any Flickr page.
It's fast, allows you to download full sets at once, choose the size of the lifes you want, preview thumbnails, and it seperates all your photos into organized folders named after your sets.
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|Publisher web site||http://youtubedownload.altervista.org/|
|Release Date||February 14, 2008|
|Date Added||February 14, 2008|
|Subcategory||Internet Explorer Add-ons & Plugins|
|Operating Systems||Windows XP/Vista|
|File Name||External File|
|Downloads Last Week||12|