||Fileloupe – Media Browser 1.2
||Fileloupe 1.2.dmg (1.95 MB)
Descriptions for Description
Name: Fileloupe - Media Browser
Mac Platform: Intel
OS version: OS X 10.10 or later
Processor type(s) & speed: 64-bit processor
Courtesy of Chris
Release Date: September 20, 2015
What's New in Version 1.2
* Added new folder list view.
* Added new metadata views in the viewer
* Added preferences for auto-playback
* Added destination options in Open Panel
* Added visual indicators of highlighted item in viewer
* Added new Copy Filename / Copy File Paths alternate menu item
* Added support for media playback control using A-S-D and J-K-L keys
* Added ability to return to the browser using a three-finger gesture
* Added ability to detect items moved to the trash outside of Fileloupe
* Added new Focus Mode for quickly toggling all panels on/off
* Improved layout algorithm in the viewer
* Improved video playback scrubbing in the media player
* Improved sorting performance
* Improved support for extremely narrow windows
* Improved performance when loading properties in the sidebar inspector
* Improved playback controls for toggling between normal rate and slow-motion
* Improved performance when handling large collections
* Fixed toolbar overflow menu when window is extremely narrow
* Numerous bug fixes
App Store: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/fileloupe/id944693506?mt=12
More Info: http://www.fileloupe.com/
The fastest way to browse photos, watch videos, view PDFs and preview documents on your Mac. Period.
Fileloupe is a lightweight, incredibly high performance file viewer for OS X. It provides a richer set of features for displaying files than the Finder does and it handles displaying multiple items much better than an application like Preview or QuickTime Player does.
Fileloupe gives you a single application for efficiently browsing photos, watching videos, viewing PDFs and previewing documents, all from within the same window. It is the ideal application for when you need to quickly view files regardless of their type or where they are located.
Unlike existing solutions, Fileloupe does not require a lengthy import process, does not use a master library and never moves or copies your files in any way. With Fileloupe's broad support for different types of files, you no longer have to open multiple windows or multiple applications to quickly view the contents of a folder.
It easily scales from just a few files up to tens of thousands of files and is designed to allow you to preview your files as quickly as possible, regardless of where they are located. It has native support for images, videos and PDFs while offering preview support for many other formats via third-party plugins that implement Apple’s QuickLook technology.
Advanced controls for slow-motion playback, frame scrubbing and frame to image extraction.
View video files straight from memory card before importing them into a video editing application.
Compare video files side-by-side to chose the best one to use for editing.
Easily browse through thousands of files of archived footage.
Quickly view and share selects straight from your memory card.
Use the inspector panel to quickly display photo metadata.
As a companion to your existing management application for when you don't want to import certain photos to view them.
Browse external hard drives, backup drives and third-party drives quickly without having to import photos into a management application.
Use Fileloupe to view all assets for a project in a single window.
Browse shared folders like Dropbox to quickly find updated assets.
Copy & paste or drag & drop items from Fileloupe to your editing application.
Compare assets side-by-side, or stage a document to use as a reference when browsing assets.
Display documents side-by-side for easy viewing within the same window.
Browse shared folders to find and preview documents, spreadsheets or presentations.
View complex PDF documents like maps and schematics with Fileloupe's high-performance PDF mode.
Create a virtual copy of a document to be able to see different sections of the same document side-by-side.