ACDSee for Mac OS X is an extremely fast graphics viewer software application. This high-speed digital imaging software is perfect as a picture viewer, image browser, and graphic converter. The ACDSee for Mac image browser lets you find and organize image archives, movie and sound clips using rapid file management utilities. These include full support of drag-and-drop filing, file searching name and date, visual overwrite showing the source and destination images side-by-side when copying or moving images. Also, you can save your images to a variety of formats including JPEG, Exif JPEG, TIFF, PhotoShop and SGI.
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Working with images, you often need to quickly preview them before performing certain actions.
Normal image viewers are not very helpful. You need to start a viewer, wait while it loads, and
then close it. The Windows Explorer Thumbnail View mode does show small image previews for all
images in a folder. But, it significantly slows down browsing and you see fewer files in a window.
Normally, you use a pop-up menu to perform most of these actions. Click on an image with the
right mouse button, and you'll get a list of available actions. It would be nice to see image
previews right there in the pop-up menu in addition to action items.
Shellviewer offers a new look at an old problem. The program inserts image previews into pop-up
menus. Just right click an image to perform operations on the image you are working with.
Shellviewer smoothly integrates into the Windows shell. It can be executed from anywhere with a
right mouse click, whether it's a normal Explorer window, Desktop or File Save/Open dialogs.
Shellviewer supports more than 30 image file formats. In addition to the image previews,
Shellviewer extracts additional textual information from graphic files. Most of the modern digital
cameras include information about camera characteristics, optical conditions and other parameters
into every image. Shellviewer allows you to select parameters to show in pop-up menus.
Shellviwer also includes a fast and easy-to-use image viewer that can be invoked in cases where
you need to see a larger image and to play with the zoom.
An innovative approach, true ease-of-use and a low price: all this makes Shellviewer a must-have
utility for anyone who works with image files.
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Softick RAM Drive is the most compatible, fast and reliable solution which allows you to use free handheld internal memory for keeping one or more virtual expansion cards (volumes).
Softick RAM Drive is irreplaceable for Palm OS applications, which are unable to work with content stored in internal memory (some audio/video players, image viewers, etc).
Such applications can access files on external cards only. Softick RAM Drive solves this problem and represents internal memory as virtual expansion card(s).
All volumes have Palm OS and PC-compatible filesystem, therefore virtual volumes are useful for storing and cataloging multimedia content, documents or books.