QPict Updated With Advanced RAW Settings

Rune Lindman has released an update for QPict Media Organizer, bringing it to version 6.1. QPict Media Organizer is designed as a media asset manager for organizing audio, video, and fonts. The update features numerous enhancements including expanded RAW setting support and additional file type support. According to Rune Lindman:

RL Development today announced immediate availability of QPict Media Asset Management 6.1. QPict 6.1 is a major update to the popular tool for viewing, organizing, searching and batch processing media files. Along with major improvements in RAW file support, QPict 6.1 includes more than 40 new features.

QPict is a fully featured, easy-to-use media asset manager for all kinds of multimedia files including images, movies, fonts and sounds. QPict offers a very attractive and inexpensive way to view, organize, search and batch process media files. QPict supports standards such as ANPA, EXIF and XML.

QPict is used by a large number of newspaper publishers, photographers, Web designers, institutions, publishing professionals, scientists and educators all over the world and has been on the market since 1996.

Changes in QPict 6.1:

  • Advanced RAW settings
  • Improved color reproduction for raw images
  • Extract jpeg image from Fuji .raf files
  • Use 8 bit colors instead of 16 for non linear raw processing
  • Nikon raw files EXIF data supported
  • Raw media respect rotation setting in index
  • Linear export results in 16 bit when exporting to PNG or TIFF
  • ISO display for NEF files missing
  • Improved display quality in zoomed thumbnail view
  • Improved appearance when dragging multiple items
  • Improved Drag & Drop performance
  • Support for Imacon 3F files (.fff)

You can find more information about the latest 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.

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