The application doesn't show all the imagesI have checked the application and it works just fine. There is also a tutorial on the developer's page where you can see how to configure the application to work with the Flickr service. Follow the instructions posted on the website and then you will have the possibility of downloading the image files from your account or from your albums. Tutorial page: http://bulkimagedownloader.com/documentation/how-to/how-to-download-images-from-flickr.com-using-bulk-image-downloader/ For additional information access the user guide provided by the developers as well: http://bulkimagedownloader.com/bid-user's-guide/bid-user-guide/
Download Full Sized images from almost any web gallery or web forum.
-Image Host Support - BID works with almost all popular image hosting sites, such as flickr, imagevenue, imagefap, imageshack, imagebam, etc.
-Social Networking Sites - BID supports album downloading from sites such as facebook, myspace, and twitter related hosts like tweetphoto.com, twitpic.com, yfrog.com
-Full Sized Images - BID uses an advanced heuristic scoring method to locate full sized images. This means BID can work on most galleries automatically, with no user configuration necessary.
-Batch Downloading - Automatically download from huge lists of gallery URLs via the integrated Queue Manager.
-Web Browser Integration - BID integrates with IE, Opera, FireFox and Chrome. Just right click inside your browser window and select "Open current page with BID"
-Web Forum Support - BID can scan multi page forum threads and quickly extract all image links
-Multi Page Gallery Downloads - BID can detect and download from most popular multi page web galleries out of the box.
-Password Protected Websites - BID will prompt for user names and passwords if the web site requires them.
-Video Downloading - It's not just for images - BID also supports VIDEO downloading from YouTube, Google Video, DailyMotion, MetaCafe, MegaVideo, YouPorn, PornHub, RedTube, Tube8, MegaPorn, MovieFap as well as directly linked video files (.avi, .wmv, .mpeg, .mov, .flv, etc)