Multimedia | QPict 7.2.2
Author: Rune Lindman Development
Date: 05/27/2013 07:22 PM
Size: 8.8 MB
License: Shareware $35.00+
Requires: OS X 10.6/10.7/10.8
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View With Style: Media files can be viewed in a number of different ways; thumbnails, thumbnails with extra information, list view, media view in window, media view in fullscreen, slideshow. Several slideshows can be run in parallell on different monitors, great for putting your media on display.
Finding Your Files: With the ever growing number of images and other media files we collect the importance of finding the ones we need is crucial. With QPict you can add a large number of different annotations to each media file. All these fields can be searched with the advanced search tool. The search settings can be saved for easy access through the contextual menu.
Working With RAW Images: Many professionals prefer to work with RAW images instead of JPEG or TIFF. The RAW files preserves the all data from the sensor in the camera, other formats trims this data down and compresses the result. QPict has great RAW support for over 200 different camera brands and models. With QPict you can view, catalogue and convert RAW image files with a breeze. You might need to send a bunch of RAW images in jpeg format with a lower resolution to a client. With QPict it is just a matter of using the export option, setting up the desired resolution and destination and hit "Export". You can even export the untouched RAW data as a 48-bit TIFF or PNG for post processing in another application.
The Next Best Thing After The Camera: If you own a digital camera you don't want to miss out on this piece of software. QPict integrates perfectly with your digital camera with exceptional ease of use. Just connect the camera and your images will be transferred in a snap. Disconnect the camera when you're prompted to do so. Unlike many other media asset managetment applications QPict not only supports jpeg images from the camera but also supports RAW file formats from almost any camera out there. AVI and MOV files are transferred and playable within QPict.
Works The Way You Want: Recognizing the vastly different needs each user has QPict is designed from the ground up to be customizable in every way. Choose exactly how you want to view your images and which fields you need to view and edit. You can even create your own customized search and batch commands and add them to the toolbar. Almost everything can be customized both per index and globally. Visible fields/data can be individually customized per view (index view, extended view and list view) and is stored in each media database. Background patterns, window size and position, scroll position and thumbnail sizes are also stored per index. This ensures that a database looks and feels the same between sessions.
Information Everywhere: QPict extracts and displays a large amount of information about each media files. This information can be viewed in a number of different ways. QPict works with EXIF information from digital cameras and IPTC (Adobe PhotoShop™ compatible) for annotations. All information stored internally in a database can be exported to an XML file for interoperability with other applications.
The Batch Processor - A Truly Unique Feature: One of the most powerful features in QPict is the possibility to batch process thousands of media files in one single operation. Use the batch processor to assign annotations, rename files, copy annotations from one field to another, rotate & flip media, copy or move media files, set up destinations for quickly sorting images into folders with a keypress etc. The batch process settings can be saved for easy access through the Actions menu or the contextual menu. No other product comes close to the power, ease of use and flexibility of the batch processor in QPict. Other products solutions are either very limited or resorts to force the user into writing complex scripts.
Protecting Your Media: Your media files are important and often irreplaceable. Important enough to protect them as much as possible. You can password protect each individual index file. With the kiosk mode you are able to put your work on display in public places without worrying about anyone messing with the computer. In kiosk mode the computer is locked in full screen mode and only viewing is possible. When your hard-drive fills up you can archive selected media files to external media such as DVD or CD-ROM.
Media Files Where You Want Them: Forget about proprietary databases that enforces you to store your valuable media files in a closed file format. Forget about solutions where all your media files must be stored in one single and potentially slow database. With QPict you have all the options to work the way that suits you. If you want to create several databases and work with them all at the same time or you want to leave your media files where they are (on your hard-drive, a server, CD or DVD) and only create an index of them QPict can do that for you. If you have all your media files in a database and go somewhere QPict is not available you can still access your files.
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OS X 10.6 - 10.8
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