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Re: OT: RE: Graphics Tool functionality

At 8:35 AM -0500 11/30/05, Rene S. wrote:
Maybe I missed something with Irfanview. I found a way to print a sheet of thumbnails (which ACDSee also does), but I couldn't find a way to just browse through all the images in a given folder with a full-size or auto-fit display of the graphic in a pane of Irfanview. ACDSee (at least versions 5 and later) does this in a way that allows you to have displayed in one pane all the file properties for all the images in a folder, and then as you select a file in that list, it displays the graphic in a pane of the same window. You aren't limited to viewing/printing thumbnails. I've been looking for any other program that has the browse capabilities, but I haven't found one yet... unless I'm missing something...? Not trashing Irfan, just trying to understand the features. Please do enlighten me.

Hi, Rene:

Adobe Bridge, included free with any of the CS2 products (Illustrator, InDesign, GoLive, Photoshop) is a multi-featured multi-view tool. Depending on which CS2 products are installed, there are menu items that perform batch operations in those tools, such as a contact sheet in InDesign. It's strong on metadata operations, such as applying common metadata to batches of files, using a metadata template to apply to batches, and more. It also displays camera RAW files from most digital camera manufacturers.


Peter Gold
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