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FastPictureViewer 1.9 B 311

Par Axel Rietschin Software Developments  (Essai commercial)
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FastPictureViewer, an image viewer designed for photographers. Now with powerful workflow tools helping to automate file management duties like copy, move, delete, save-for-web and more.

  • Fastest RAW viewer ever. Period.
  • Instant zooming to 100% view, for quick sharpness checks. Best in industry!
  • RGB histogram, EXIF shooting data and Adobe XMP Rating/Label/Urgency instant display.
  • Instantaneous display of the next image in line (when computer resources allows).
  • Instant industry-standard Adobe XMP compatible rating and tagging.
  • Fast tethered shooting through MTP/PTP. Tether a Nikon D3S or D3X in 64 bit, today!
  • Supports most common image formats, including Adobe DNG, plus specialists formats such as OpenEXR, DDS, PNM and more, through separately installable image codecs.

This is the 32-bit version.

Titre: FastPictureViewer 1.9 Build 311 (32-bit)
Nom de fichier: FastPictureViewer.msi
Taille de fichier: 32.27MB (33,837,056 Octets)
Exigences: Windows XP / Vista / Windows 7 / Windows 8 / Windows 10 / Windows 10 64-bit
Langues: Langues Multiples
Licence: Essai commercial
Date ajoutée: août 5, 2013
Auteur: Axel Rietschin Software Developments
www.fastpictureviewer.com
Vérification MD5: AE1A67D8F2C5548F6AC992B40CBBCF09

- Added differentiated throttling on USB/Removable drives and Remote/Network drives, with new defaults, now overridable from registry values (RemoveableDrivesThrottle and RemoteDrivesThrottle). Those settings help reduce choking on slow devices or networks where (excessive) parallel loading on multi-core machines can cause severe congestions, leading to bad performances.
- Prior to build 311 removable drives and network drives were treated the same, with a conservative common throttle, potentially penalizing users with fast file servers (e.g. Windows Server) on fast networks (e.g. Gigabit Ethernet).

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