Rune Lindman has released an update for QPict Media Organizer, bringing it to version 5.2.5. QPict Media Organizer is designed as a media asset manager for organizing audio, video, and fonts. The update features numerous enhancements including stability improvements and bug fixes. According to Rune Lindman:
Rune Lindman today announced the release of version 5.2.5 of QPict Media Organizer.
QPict Media Organizer is a powerful, easy-to-use media asset manager. Use QPict as your central media access point and take full control for organizing images, full-screen video, MP3 files, Fonts and live streaming audio and video. QPict fully supports Meta data such as ANPA (IPTC) and EXIF photo information. It includes advanced search and batch processing capabilities making it trivial to catalogue and organize more than thousands of media files in a fully searchable database.
New Features in QPict 5.2.5
QPict 5.2.5 is now mostly feature complete and Iim proud of the result. It has proven to be very stable and I have not been able to get it to crash one single time except when feeding it with certain corrupted media files (see below for more info on this). Here are the new features in QPict 5.2.5:
- Thumbnail Zoom
- Long filename support
- Customizable thumbnail view
- Recent Items menu
- Save default window command
- Option to re-open last index at start
- Infobar live update during marquee selection
- Sort column underlined in extended view
- Option to save default view settings when index is closed
- Improved quality with rotated thumbnails
- and much more...
You can find more information about the QPict Media Organizer update at the QPict Web site. The update is free for registered users, while the full version is available for US$35.00.