ImageBrowser
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View & organize images.   Shareware
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ImageBrowser is a simple program for viewing and organising images. The Image Browser window is split into two sections. The list on the left shows a list of all the files in a folder. You can move around all the folders on your hard drive using either the mouse or keyboard. The images can either be shown as thumbnails or generic Finder icons. As each image is selected it is shown in the image view on the right side of the window. There are many other features for managing images.
What's New
Version 2.4.1:
  • Fixed crash in thumbnail generation.
  • Added slideshow. Displays a slideshow, using the Finders slideshow mechanism, using the selected images.
  • Added a menu item to capture the current frame of the viewed movie as the thumbnail.
  • Reworked movie viewing and fixed problem with first movie sometimes not being correct size.
  • Fixed/improved drag and drop, and updating of the list after dragging to some other application.
  • Fixed problem where the info for the last image viewed showed up in a tooltip when viewing a movie.
Version 2.4.1:
  • Fixed crash in thumbnail generation.
  • Added slideshow. Displays a slideshow, using the Finders slideshow mechanism, using the selected images.
  • Added a menu item to capture the current frame of the viewed movie as the thumbnail.
  • Reworked movie viewing and fixed problem with first movie sometimes not being correct size.
  • Fixed/improved drag and more...
Requirements
Intel/PPC, Mac OS X 10.4 or later



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ver. 2.x:
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Simon Beavis (developer) commented on 15 Feb 2007
Even though the application will prompt for the user to make a donation, this is completely voluntary. There are NO restrictions on features or how long you can use it if you do not donate. In that way, it is freeware, as defined on wikipedia:

"Freeware is copyrighted computer software which is made available for use free of charge, for an unlimited time, as opposed to shareware where the user is required to pay (e.g. after some trial period)..."
[Version 2.4]


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Soma commented on 19 Nov 2006
I don't think this program should be listed as free. It is actually shareware, and regularly displays a "nag" screen requesting payment (every second time the application is run).

Hopefully, someone at MacUpdate will fix that as it is quite misleading.
[Version 2.3.3]


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AlanR reviewed on 27 Aug 2006
This app deserves a review, a good one.

I like the way it handles the thumbnails putting them in a directory of my choosing. It's easy to find them and remove them if I want to free up disk space.

I've sent in the shareware fee.
[Version 2.3.1]


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NeoX commented on 05 Feb 2006
This software has the same name of the Image software that comes with Canon digital cameras. Are they related?
[Version 2.2.1]


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Anonymous reviewed on 21 May 2005
Absolutely freakin awesome program! It's quick and easy to go through thousands of graphic files. There's only one thing keeping me from buying the program; I think it really needs to have a pop-up warning saying something like "Do you really want to open (x-amount) windows?" It's dragging down my system super hard when I have selected 100 files to delete and they occasionally open in separate windows unannounced. If the author can do that, he has my money and my eternal thanks too!
[Version 2.0]


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Anonymous reviewed on 14 Mar 2005
After trying to download it for about 3 days, and haven't ssen any complains, I gave it a shot: used a proxy and I could download. I hope this can be fixed soon, since I guess many people is having the same problem.

Neverthless, the soft is very good.
[Version 2.0]


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Anonymous reviewed on 12 Mar 2005
Nice, but isn't this name "ImageBrowser" already in use by Canon. At least I got one with my camera.
[Version 2.0]


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Anonymous reviewed on 19 Jan 2005
Wow! A very nice image browser and very fast. This work is definitely worth a donation, so give it a try and if you like it let the developer know. Thumbnails and photos are fast and you have many options for moving and changing your photo files especially renaming (be careful renaming is almost too easy sometimes!). Nice implementation of drag and drop of photos to anywhere to want to put them (Mail message, etc.). Really helps when you have lots of photos you want to speed through to find a particular photo (and you haven't changed any file names to help you out) and it fills this niche well. A fine example of fun with Cocoa. Seems faster than other apps of this type.
[Version 1.7.0]


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Anonymous reviewed on 06 Jan 2005
AIGH!

Now requires Panther! Noooooo....
[Version 1.7.0]


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Anonymous reviewed on 09 Nov 2004
Hey Mogs!
How the heck are you? Long time? Remember Denver? We Miss You!

Spanky-Boy, this app is an image viewer not an archiving hog like iPhoto. Quick, easy way to view photos.

Love,

Your Girls ;)
[Version 1.6.1]


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Stike had trouble on 28 Aug 2006
A very nice app, but why cant I make it the default app for my .jpg-s ??? I cant select it as default app for images, and if I force the selection (by using get info, then choosing the app) THIS ONE IMAGE is opened with imagebrowser. BUT if I apply it to all files of this filetype, all jpg files now open with PREVIEW!!

Arghh! Can someone help me to fix that?
[Version 2.3.1]

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Simon Beavis (developer) replied on 01 Sep 2006
ImageBrowser doesn't currently register itself with the system as being able to handle any specific file types, which is causing our problem.
I will look into doing this for a future release.
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Stike replied on 01 Sep 2006
Thank you! ImageBrowser is a great program and I would love to make it my default imagebrowsing (:-P) app!
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Jedik had trouble on 28 Aug 2006
I don't know why, but it's reporting always the total number of files -1. For instance, if there are 6 image files, the app reports 5, and if there is none it reports -1. Weird...
[Version 2.3.1]

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Jedik replied on 28 Aug 2006
I am using Mac OS X 10.4.7 and QuickTime 7.1.2.
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SJB replied on 01 Sep 2006
I will be fixing the file count display in the next version, which should be ready soon.
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Downloads:39,415
Version Downloads:12,453
Type:Multimedia Design : Image Editing
License:Shareware
Date:09 Feb 2007
Platform:PPC 32 / Intel 32 / OS X
Price:Free0.00
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ImageBrowser is a simple program for viewing and organising images. The Image Browser window is split into two sections. The list on the left shows a list of all the files in a folder. You can move around all the folders on your hard drive using either the mouse or keyboard. The images can either be shown as thumbnails or generic Finder icons. As each image is selected it is shown in the image view on the right side of the window. There are many other features for managing images.


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