QPict
QPict 7.2.1
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Slideshow and graphics browser program.   Demo ($35.00)
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QPict is a powerful and easy to use multimedia browser and viewer. With QPict you can easily view and organize all your Multimedia files including all common images, movie clips, fonts, VR, 3D and many other media types. With QPict you can create slideshows of your Multimedia files for demonstrational purposes. With QPict you can convert between all common image formats. The Multimedia files can be located on your harddisk, CD-ROMs or any other media or remote on the Internet/intranet.
What's New
Version 7.2.1:
  • Improved stability running under OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion
Requirements
Intel, OS X 10.6 or later



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ver. 7.x:
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macnerd1984 commented on 21 Nov 2008
Not bad, but pretty unstable for me. At various times it quits on me mid slideshow - Very embarrassing. Large libraries tend to take ages to load and sort, as does saving changes to them. Have seen 1 update in the time I've had the app, which isn't really acceptable given it's cost.
[Version 7.1]


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flummi commented on 27 Apr 2008
I don't believe you Mr. Fishman
[Version 7.1]


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flummi reviewed on 27 Apr 2008
Is this RealBasic shit or what?

I only see the spinning beachball every few seconds.


Please don't waste my time with your hobbymade softwareprojects.
I don't steel your time either.

Leave the programming-scene to people with some knowledge.

15,081 downloads and only 9 reviews (and how many buyers?)
Is that telling you something?

This is not mackindergarden its macupdate
[Version 7.1]

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Rubaiyat replied on 02 Mar 2009
What's with the techno snobbery? What does it matter how it was created? What is important is what and how it does what it does.
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onamac reviewed on 06 Apr 2007
I needed to finally buy an app to catalog my stock photos, clip art, and job graphics. I had the free iView Media 1.0 that came with my Mac, but because I didn't want to upgrade it (due to cost and the fact it is now MS) I demoed all the contenders listed on MacUpdate. I narrowed it down to QPict and Mediaboard One, which I then put head to head. I started with QPict which had various crashes. I did like a couple things about it so I attempted again. I soon realized it really didn't have the flow and organization that I wanted. As it imported, it automatically interpreted the categories, and folders, which at first I thought was a good thing. But then when I looked at all of that stuff listed in the organizer window, there were all these listings that were indecipherable from my real organized folders. It also had warning triangles for most of the images. It also skipped over one particular group of nested folders and only listed one random item from it all. Also, if I clicked on a folder from its finder pane, it started indexing it (and you can't cancel the importing) and created a new database. But I gave QPict one last shot and imported my entire library into it, which took an extremely long time (from morning to night). At the very end, when it was doing its final indexing, it crashed, and I lost the whole day's worth of effort. Also, I had the program make references to the real file, not store the actual file, but regardless, the QPict size was huge compared to the database created by Mediaboard One, and even though I have a big hard drive, I don't need the database to be so enormous when Mediaboard One was so much more efficient.

Now Mediaboard One. It organized my files the way I wanted them to be, has lightning fast searches, flexible and time-saving keywording, flexible structure, provisions for bought/sold image info, and very very stable. No crashes at all, and I imported my entire library in half the time as QPict. So I bought Mediaboard One without hesitation. My advice is to take a look at it before committing to QPict.
[Version 7.0.1]


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Anonymous reviewed on 20 Oct 2005
It's pretty amazing! :)
[Version 6.1.1]


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Maurice.fishman commented on 26 Oct 2004
QPict is without doubt the beat pict program yet.I use it daily on my Power Mac G4 with a 19" Formac.
Perfect.
[Version 6.1.1]


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Anonymous reviewed on 13 Aug 2004
QPict has finally met my needs of a true multimedia browser. Still, video, and audio are supported. In one app, I can organize "all" my stuff. Thanks.
[Version 6.1.1]


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Anonymous reviewed on 26 Jan 2004
unable to determine if qpict can import existing data files (tab delimited) containing useful keywords, image title,..

very fast for image browsing, but without the ability to import those existing details, i can't use it. especially at that price point.

looks sweet though. keep up the good work! :)
[Version 6.0.2]


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Anonymous reviewed on 11 Dec 2003
ALERT: Version 6 is a "pay again" update. License keys from previous versions don't work.
[Version 6.0]


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Meta reviewed on 26 Jun 2003
I've tried most of the "thumbnail browser" programs, including iView MediaPro and the browse features of Graphic Converter and Photoshop Elements, and I still keep using QPict.

The batch processing is excellent for adding metadata to scanned photos, and it's robust enough to deal with tens of thousands of images. Best of all, it's drag-drop simple to use, and doesn't demand the right to rearrange my folders of photos the way iPhoto does.

The newer versions add the "dynamic zoom" of iPhoto, too. You'll need something else for cropping and adjusting your photos, but QPict is a great way to organize and browse them.
[Version 5.2.6]


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Downloads:20,286
Version Downloads:763
Type:Multimedia Design : Author Tools
License:Demo
Date:27 May 2013
Platform:Intel 32 / OS X
Price: $35.00
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QPict is a powerful and easy to use multimedia browser and viewer. With QPict you can easily view and organize all your Multimedia files including all common images, movie clips, fonts, VR, 3D and many other media types. With QPict you can create slideshows of your Multimedia files for demonstrational purposes. With QPict you can convert between all common image formats. The Multimedia files can be located on your harddisk, CD-ROMs or any other media or remote on the Internet/intranet.


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