Browse your image CDs while you keep them on the shelf. Build in full-screen viewer with variable slide-show speed, powerful search function by name, date or user defined keywords, variable thumbnail size and quality and more.
Pics Organizer 1.2c Pics Organizer is one of the most complete software that may assist you to organize on hard disk and prepare for store on your preferred media pictures acquired with a digital camera. Find duplicates,advanced exif filters, rename, move, copy +more.
Description: Keep your image CDs at your fingertips and browse all your photo CDs while you keep them on the shelf. Variable user defined thumbnail size and quality, let you to manage how much space will take on disk your catalog. If you previously use on disk organize software like Pics Organizer, and you have a meaningful collection, you will find very useful the search by name or keyword features. Also you may search by date to find a picture or a group of pictures within all your CDs. The build in full screen viewer will exactly point the cd number and label to load for viewing in full-screen mode with user defined speed slide show and transition effect, are another useful features incorporated for your convenient. Select from up to 6 resampling filters to increase image quality of thumbnails or during slide-show. Many image formats support lets you to catalog and preview or send to your friends with easy a CD or an entire collection of CDs. Export your catalog to MS Access database with ease. Thumbnail or image file data may also be exported to database as is, jpeg or bitmap format. Simple or relational database may be created. ImageCD Catalog proved to be an useful tool as image CD cataloger, thumbnail browser and full screen image viewer, all in one program.
CyPics - Photo Cataloging 4.1.10 Photo Cataloging Software with the flexibility and features to manage your digital photo collection. Photo album database with EXIF, geotag, slideshows, printing, retrieval
Software can turn slideshow into a mini-movie Vacationing in Prague in 2000, software programmer Chad Richard went shutter happy with his digital camera over the spectacular images of Eastern Europe. To show them off, he decided to modernize the traditional slideshow format.