Philcozz
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Philcozz rated on 19 Jan 2011
[Version 3.0a r6]




Philcozz rated on 19 Jan 2011
[Version 4.0.2]




Philcozz rated on 18 Jan 2011
[Version 2.0.3]



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Philcozz commented on 14 Nov 2009
Well, it's only a preview, but I have to say that I really like the output I'm getting from BibblePro 5. I've tried processing a number of RAW files across a series of demos (e.g., Aperture, Capture One 5, Lightroom 3) and nearly every time the IQ of the Bibble 5 output is (to my eyes) the best looking. Great detail, nice colors, fast processing. Not too bad for a preview. Four out of five at this point for some preview-like bugs and omissions.
[Version 5.0 Preview]


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Philcozz replied on 20 Nov 2009
In my opinion, IQ order from best to 'less than best' is:

Bibble5, CaptureOne5, LR3, Aperture2. The fact that Bibble's new interface allows for catalogs and decent metadata searches is a real plus over Bibble4. LR3 does this very nicely, as does Aperture (asset management, I mean), but at the end of the day IQ is what matters most to me, and what I'm getting at this point from Bibble5 wins in that category.
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philcozz reviewed on 01 Aug 2009
I wasn't going to buy the app when I learned about the hidden helper that deletes files; nothing to delete on my machine, but the principle is too important. When the developer (in a post below) admitted it was the wrong thing to do and in turn removed that code from the app, he received my money. This is just what I was looking for in a music app... Small footprint, access to iTunes library without needing to launch iTunes, and slick interface. It's been stable and it does the trick at a very fair price.
[Version 1.1.8]



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philcozz commented on 08 Mar 2007
I used to use GyazMail exclusively a couple of years ago, when it was in its 0.9.X.X phase. There have been nice developments with it over the years, but it seems odd to me that smart folders have not become a standard feature in the program yet. Apple Mail is quite flaky for me, so I use Entourage instead these days (which has "smart folders" in its "Mail Views" function), but I would likely switch to GyazMail if that sort of functionality was implemented.
[Version 1.5.3]



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philcozz commented on 09 Oct 2006
It may not be very expensive, but I have to pay before I even get to see the app in action? No, seriously...
[Version 1.0]



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philcozz commented on 05 Jul 2006
Installer hung for me, too. After a while I quit the installer and 1.2.2 seems to have installed during the hang, but I'm leery.
[Version 1.2.2]



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philcozz reviewed on 16 Jun 2006
Love it. A great Mac app from a very responsive and engaged developer.
[Version 2.0.2]



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philcozz commented on 14 May 2006
Simply doesn't work for me. It's enabled, but I get no signs of Google results as depicted in screenshots (e.g., the Yosemite example). Oh well.
[Version 1.0.1]



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