|Title||: FastPictureViewer 1.9.360 32-bit|
|File Name||: FastPictureViewer.msi|
|File Size||: 35.7 MB|
|License||: Commercial Trial|
|Date Added||: 26-Apr-2017|
|Home Page||: www.fastpictureviewer.com|
|MD5 Checksum||: 111B373776EBBFB2E55945F88D82F3AD|
|OS Supported||: Win7 32-bit / Win8 32-bit / Vista 32-bit|
FastPictureViewer is a color-managed RAW image viewer, built for photographers with the aim to speed up image culling, rating and selection. FastPictureViewer is, quite simply, the quickest image viewer ever built, engineered to take advantage of modern 64-bit hardware and powerful graphic cards, delivered in a slick content-first user interface.
- Instant zooming to 100% view, for quick sharpness checks: just click on the image to zoom-in, release the move to get back. Fastest and best in industry!
- Real-time RGB histogram, EXIF shooting data, color eyedropper with shadow/highlights and Adobe XMP Rating/Label/Urgency gadgets.
- Instantaneous, single-keystroke copy/move of your “keepers” to a preset folder (background copy/move) – just press K to keep an image.
- Rules-based, scriptable batch copy, move, delete, save-for-web automation, multi-threaded parallel execution. Flexible file management!
- Instantaneous display of the next image in line (when computer resources allows) through speculative image pre-loading and in-memory caching.
- Instant industry-standard Adobe XMP compatible rating and tagging, embedded in standard formats (JPG, JPEG-XR, TIFF) or in external XMP sidecars.
- Fast tethered shooting through the standard MTP/PTP protocol: tether a Nikon D700, D800, D3S, D3X, D4 in 64 bit, today, storing pictures on CF card too.
- Supports most common image formats. Special raster formats like OpenEXR, DDS, PNM, J2K are supported through separately installable image codecs.
- Supports RAW formats, from 460+ digital cameras models, incl. EOS 1D X, D4/D800/J1/V1 and many more.
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– Was inadvertently built as requiring an Intel AVX2-enabled processor and would not load on older machines. This release addresses that issue.