This is v3.1 of Flickr Schedulr, a Windows desktop application that automatically uploads pictures and videos to Flickr
based on a schedule (e.g. to post a new picture every day at a certain time). This effectively takes the hassle of uploading pictures and videos at regular intervals away, and allows you to go out and have fun shooting pictures (or drinking beer) while your photoblog is maintained for you.
Of course, you don't have
to schedule your uploads, it's also a fine stand-alone Flickr upload tool as it is. It allows you to create a queue of files to be uploaded, along with their titles, descriptions, tags, photosets and groups into which they should end up, and lots of other details. You can group them into batches that should be uploaded together. And a flexible plugin mechanism adds tons of other functionality - like automatically importing metadata, determining photosets and groups, monitoring folders for new files, and modifying pictures or videos before they are uploaded (e.g. to resize, add watermarks or borders).What's new in this release?
- v3.1.4468 (March 26, 2012)
- Fixed issue that adding or refreshing an account would never finish if there were no photos in any groups or pools.
- v3.1.4260 (August 31, 2011)
- Fixed issue that only first 400 groups were retrieved.
- Fixed issue that the map could set an invalid location accuracy which resulted in not getting added to the map in Flickr.
- Upgraded to latest version of FlickrNet.
- v3.1.4202 (July 4, 2011)
- Fixed issue that metadata wasn't read properly in some cases (at least on Windows XP).
- v3.1.4196 (June 28, 2011)
- The "Import Metadata" plugin can now add lots of additional details (like exposure time, aperture, ISO, ...) to a picture's description in a configurable way.
- Added a "Delay" plugin that you can use to wait for a number of seconds before running the next action in the list.
- The expanded/collapsed state is now remembered for events as well.
- Fixed an important issue that always caused the application to crash after uploading a selection of files.
- Fixed an important issue that could cause the application to crash when files were added from monitored folders.