Monday, January 30, 2006
One of the more attractive Macintosh asset managers gets a public beta featuring improved Raw handling and DNG support.
Rune Lindman Development has released Preview 3 of its public beta of QPict 7, its Macintosh asset management software. This version features native DNG support, embedded IPTC data in JPEGs and exports and several bug fixes. Previous previews implemented improved Raw format support, covering over 200 cameras, as well as improved color reproduction of Raw images.
While not QPict 7 is still a work in progress, Lindman notes, "some of our key customers are already using QPict 7 in production and they found it to be very stable except for a small number of known problems."
Posted by David Emerick at 8:32 AM