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FoolCat generates camera reports, complete with thumbnails and extended metadata. Available on macOS and Windows.
Drag and drop your camera footage onto FoolCat's main window, or click the
+button to get started.
Drag and Drop camera files to create a Report
Drag and Drop a folder to create a report
Processing images to create a report
Click the Open Report button to see your completed report
There is a hidden option to open a PDF report instead of the default HTML report. After the report is created hold the "Option" key down to open the PDF Report instead of the HTML version.
Hold Option to open a PDF report instead of the HTML version
Change the report name by setting a
Label: click the folder or disk name, and enter a new one to be used as the
Report name. A label overrides the
Report namesetting in Preferences.
Use Labels to set Report Names
When done, the Report will look something like this:
FoolCat allows for a lot of customization of your Reports. Add a logo and other project information in the
By default, FoolCat creates three thumbnails per clip; for the first, middle, and last frame. This amount can be changed in
Don't want any thumbnails? Set it to 0.
The default location FoolCat saves Reports into is your Documents folder. You can also save an extra Report on the Source, which will be saved into the root of the folder or drive you set as a Source in FoolCat. Make sure that your source has write permissions for this setting to work properly; some camera cards are set to read-only.
By default, FoolCat creates a folder for each report containing the HTML, thumbnails, and PDF. Alternatively, you can choose to automatically group the PDFs in a separate folder from the HTML report.
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