One thing I didn’t mention when I announced the latest update of iMagine Photo on the macscripters website is that I would be more than happy to see iMagine Photo included in the package of any AppleScript Studio application that you might write.
This will add a lot more functionality for processing image files. This last update has made iMagine Photo free, so there is no issue there. iMagine Photo can be configured as a background only application so users of your AppleScript Studio application wont even know how you are doing your magic.
iMagine Photo has a huge amount of extra functionality beyond that of Apple’s Image Events for example reading/writing exif data, creating movies, and applying filters and shape and text drawing to images.
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