Tue 11-Sep-12 01:07 AM | edited Tue 11-Sep-12 01:14 AM by fmurphy
If you're new to mac....welcome aboard! I believe you made a wise choice. As far as getting shutter count from an individual photo, you might try opening the file in the "preview" app and go to the information screen, look in the exif data and you should see the shutter count on that photo,,,,,,wrks for me. Best of luck to you...... Welcome to the world of MAC! PS..if this doesn't seem to work send me a msg and I'll try to talk you through it on phone. It's an easy way do do this. Frank M Amarillo,tx
> >>In Finder, right click and choose, 'Open With' Preview. >With >>the image open in Preview, press CMND I (Capital letter >i). >>That will work. > >I can't get that to work either, but thanks.
What seems obvious to some people can be perplexing to others. I have the same problem sometimes.
Not all mac mice can "right click". The right click can be simulated by holding the CTRL key down as you click the mouse. This brings up a small menu near the mouse pointer on the screen.
The CTRL, ALT and CMD keys are like shift keys. You hold them down before you press the letter key, and release them afterwards. So "CMD I" means, hold down the key with the clover leaf first, then press the "I" key and release the clover leaf key.
I am not familiar with Opanda, but I did find the shutter count from one of my images.
I opened the image using preview and found "Show Inspector" in the TOOLS menu at the top of the screen. The second tab in the inspector window (called "more info") has a "Nikon" tab which includes the shutter count.
Sorry to labour the point, but it's difficult to know the level of detail to use with someone coming to an unfamiliar platform.
Best regards and I hope you finally crack this problem. Richard
Opanda is written very specifically for Windows and the Intel or Intel compatible computer, different machine languages. Unless you have a Mac that can run Windows programs, Opanda will not work on your Mac.
There are web based sites that can provide the shutter count from a Jpeg you link to their site for processing.