Azine Software has released the final version of iSee. Version 1.0 allows you to preview picture files in the finder, rather than having to open another application. According to Azine:
Multiple Preview Interface
iSee can show more than one preview at a time. It displays an intuitive Picture Browser which also allows you to drag the pictures from the browser as if you were dragging the file itself; hold down the option key and drag the picture to where you want it to be. Each preview carries the name of the file it was taken from.
It also allows multiple selections. Shift-click to add a picture to the selection, regular click to select only one. This way you can use the Contextual Menu commands on more than one picture (see: Comparison - Contextual Menu).
iSee just uses the QuickTime Preview of the file, which is included in the file and not generated each time. If none is found iSee will create it and store it in the file if possible, so that next time you select the picture, iSee just has to use the preview it made the first time. If you'd like to, iSee can also create custom icons for the picture, containing the picture's thumbnail. These previews are also used in the standard file navigation dialogs.
Faster Selection Finder
iSee uses AppleEvents to determine the selection in the Finder, which are faster and don't require AppleScript to be installed. It also requires less memory (RAM).
Double-clicking the preview in the iSee window will pop up a window with the entire picture, full size. This saves you from opening the picture in PictureViewer or PhotoShop (which takes soo long to load).
Control click in the window and a contextual menu appears. Use this menu to show the entire picture full screen (see: Comparison - Picture Viewer), show picture information (file size, format,...), change preferences, look at the credits or quit iSee. It applies these actions on all of the selected images.