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PRESS RELEASE: Lindman Releases QPict 6.0.2 for Mac OS 9, Mac OS X
Rune Lindman has released an update to QPict 6 that adds support for for Mac OS 9, improves appearance, changes the index file format for compatibility with OS 9 and sixes some bugs.
The recently released QPict 6 added full support for RAW image files from cameras by Nikon, Canon, Kodak, Casio, Minolta, Fuji, Olympus, Pentax and more, according to Lindman. It can catalogue, view and convert RAW files. It also has native support for Postscript files and a new kiosk mode to put your work on display in public places without worrying about anyone tampering with the computer.
Changes in QPict 6.0.2 include:
• Support for Mac OS 9
• Improved appearance in extended view
• Index file format compatible with Mac OS 9
• Several important bug fixes
QPict is a fully featured, easy-to-use media asset manager for all kinds of multimedia files including images, movies, fonts and sounds. It offers a very attractive and inexpensive way to view, organize, search and batch process media files.
Supporting ANPA, EXIF and XML standards, it is used by a large number of newspaper publishers, photographers, Web designers, institutions, publishing professionals, scientists and educators worldwide since its release in 1996.
At $35 for a single user license, QPict has a price and feature set that makes it attractive for both professional and personal use. QPict is available as a fully functional trial download at http://www.qpict.net.
For a limited period existing QPict users can upgrade to version 6 for $14. A 30 day trial version is also available at the Web site http://www.qpict.net.
(First posted on Tuesday, January 27, 2004 at 12:16 EST)