Graphics | gBrowser 2.0.b26
Author: Andreas Schwarz
Date: 03/20/2010 08:39 PM
Size: 4.0 MB
License: Shareware $20.00
Requires: OS X 10.5/10.6
Downloaded: 2955 times
TIP: MacBooster 2 - A powerful, recommended cleaner for your Mac.
It includes a thumbnail browser, “Drop Locations” and file marking tools to make sorting out and moving your images a snap, a powerful batch rename function with the ability to save presets, the “Image Viewer” which works much like Quicklook on single monitors, but is even more useful when opened permanently on a secondary monitor, Bookmarks for your different photo collections, free and friendly tech support, and more.
Support for multiple collections:
Do you have a collection of stock photos you use for work, and a collection of family photos you want to keep separate? gBrowser supports multiple Collections, each with different settings, saved as a small Collection file somewhere convenient on your hard drive. Alternatively, if your needs are simpler – that is, you do have different groups of folders in different areas, but you don’t need different settings for them – gBrowser’s Bookmarks will help you quickly switch between different photo collections.
Eases image sorting:
If you need to sort the good from the bad after a photo shoot, gBrowser will let you quickly and easily mark which images you want to pull out, and Drop Locations let you create a set of folders to quickly move or copy your images into.
Powerful batch rename:
gBrowser’s batch renamer will let you rename tens, hundreds, or thousands of files at once (even deep folder heirarchies). Add sequential numbers, dates, or more to your filenames! Its filtering abilities will ensure you rename only the files you want to rename.
Loves multiple monitors:
In addition to being able to open your images one at a time the old-fashioned way, gBrowser has a unique Image Viewer window that can be set to open in a window or fullscreen on any of your monitors. As you browse your thumbnails on one screen, the other will instantly show your selections in full glory on the other. If you don’t have multiple monitors, the Image Viewer is still useful – it can be instantly opened or closed with the space bar, like Quicklook.
OS X 10.5-10.6
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