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May 25th, 2000

[9:00 AM] Be Ready To Organize And Browse Media Files In OS X
by Staff

Rune Lindman has announced that his media viewer/organizer, QPict, is being ported to Mac OS X. QPict allows a multitude of file types to be easily stored, labeled, and browsed, through one simple interface. According to Mr. Lindman:

QPict Media Organizer is being ported to Mac OS X. The new version will be a true native Mac OS X application with support for such features as preemptive multitasking, multithreading & Quart.

The new version is expected to be available when the first version of Mac OS X is released and will be a free upgrade to users of QPict version 4.5 and later. QPict is an organizer and viewer for media files such as images, fonts, movies and many other media files and has advanced functions for searching and batch processing.

QPict for Mac OS 9.x is available for US$35. However, no pricing has been announced for the OS X version. You can find more information at the QPict web site.

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