Photo ingesting software Photo Mechanic is about to receive a major update in the form of Photo Mechanic 6. This update follows the last major update, version 5, released way back in 2012.
According to Camera Bits, the company behind the software, Photo Mechanic 6 will be faster, offer 64-bit compatibility, have an ‘intuitive and compact’ user interface and support for selecting specific images to ingest.
Photo Mechanic is billed as a faster alternative to catalogue-based software like Lightroom, enabling photographers to quickly ingest, tag, cull, view, organize, and export images. Among the product’s features is support for ingesting images while shooting with a tethered camera, copying files from more than one card simultaneously, using saved GPS tracking logs to geotag photos and more.
Photo Mechanic 6 will be released on March 25. Existing customers who are eligible for an update will be able to purchase the new version for $89 USD; a new product license will cost $139 USD.