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migratrI know it’s been a while since I released a new version of migratr, but since I had a couple of days off post-christmas, I had some free time to finish up some bugfixes, aesthetic tweaks, and photobucket support that I’ve been working on for a while.

Oh snap! What’s that? Yeah, you read correctly. Migratr [finally] has Photobucket support! So for those of you itching to give Photobucket a shot, or for those of you with a few hundred photos wrapped up in photobucket and wanting to give another service a shot, now’s your chance. Go! Play! You’re free now. It’s all okay.

Also, I outsourced some logo development for Migratr. The picture you see at the top of this post is what you’ll see from now on as the application icon in the start-menu and/or desktop shortcuts.

Anyway, as always, rock the big download button to download the new, swanky version.


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Thanks for the migratr program. It is the first tool that I have come across to download my 12,000 pictures from flickr. I have only been successful at downloading about 8000 of my 12000 picutures. I have run the program multiple times because during the download I am getting error messages that flickr went down, etc. I restart migratr, pointing at the same directory and it seems to run faster as it detects the pictures have already been downloaded. It would be helpful if I could restart it at some specific number into the download, e.g. 8000; or, to continue to try and recover from errors for 15 or 30 minutes because it appears the service only has brief interruptions. For now, I just restart it each time it fails and it usually gets a little farther each time. \

Also, based on the progress bar the program apparently knows how many pictures there are to download. It would be nice if you displayed the number of the picture being downloaded, e.g. 8123 of 12433.

I will continue running the program until flickr is able to stay up long enough for migratr to get through all of my pictures.

Again, thank you so much for the tool.

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Hi! Any news about webshots support?

Help! I am attempting to migrate my Flickr stream of 4,0007 photos. The process works fine until approx 2297 photos and then says ‘All images have been imported’. Multiple restarts have gotten me to 2398, but now the import complete message returns more frequently with less additional files if any being downloaded.

Can this be used on a MAC? If so, how? I downloaded the .msi file but have no idea what to do with it.

Hmm can’t get this to run on Vista SP1…downloaded 3.5 .NET framework SP1 just in case I didn’t have that…there wasn’t any sign of .NET being needed on the install, but reading a previous comment you told someone else it was needed.

But that didn’t fix it. I now get an error when I click on Start Export. Any ideas?

Also is it possible to export just sets? I have a LOT of photos and don’t want to export them all…


This looks like a fantastic tool… I’ll certainly be making use of it when my smugmug pro account expires and transferring them elsewhere.

Are there any plans to include photoshelter as a service to migrate to/from?

Nice Post, and cool tool:)

Hi would love to use the progamme any news on Pbase tool to Flikr ?


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