1. Multiple help "Wizards" to guide you through
the more involved set-up options.
2. Specialized reports can be generated
on the file contents in many different formats (for print or file saving e.g.
PDF, RTF, HTML, TXT).
3. Common Picture file types can be auto "Thumb nailed"
for future reference.
Or you can add a Thumbnail picture of your choice to
any file type. A choice of thumbnail capture resolution is available.
Multiple Thumbnails (As many as you can fit on your chosen page size) can be printed
out or saved as a Jpeg file. Thumbnail print size can be set at small or large.
(Independent of the actual thumbnail capture resolution.)
files (Audio/Video) can be previewed from the File Editor on an individual basis
or on a multiple scale from the File Viewer. The File Viewer allows you to choose
any one of the fully configurable layouts you have designed.
Have a Jukebox
type for MP3 playback or a “Video Wall?with a stack of MPG’s to choose
from. Or simply have a full screen of Pictures that you can slide show.
click the thumbnail image in the File Viewer and if it is an Audio or Video file
then it will play in the thumbnail box.
6. Videos can be paused and a thumbnail
7. Files can be "Rated" with a value. Searches can be carried
out using the rating value as the main or one of the secondary parameters for
returning a match.
8. Files can be tagged with multiple user defined "Keys"
that can assist in organizing your catalog the way you want it. Keys can be added
automatically at import time or manually after import.
Example, Set a (auto)
key to indicate that it is a "picture" file, then add extra keys to that file
to define it more explicitly - say "Karen's Wedding Photo", then sub define it
further if you wish. You can then easily return all the pictures in your catalog,
categorized to the level you require.
9. Powerful and flexible Disk or Directory
Add feature. Contents can be filtered to provide only the files that match your
defined parameters. This eliminates the storage of unwanted files - saving you
time, effort and system resources. Files can be tagged with multiple "Keys" that
allow later retrieval of specific file types with the click of your mouse button!
Drag and drop support, to and from, the main file detail fields. For example,
do a web search for some information on a catalog file, drag a picture to the
thumbnail spot directly from your browser. You could also then drag some highlighted
text from the browser to a catalog field - a quick and painless update!
Powerful search support including search on; Keys, Filenames, Document contents
, Date, Size. All individually or in multiple combinations!
can be built on one and another - carry out several searches and then return the
For example do several file name searches using separate
names, with all the other filter combinations set as you desire (keys,sizes,dates
etc) for every individual search. All of which allows you to build up extremely
detailed and precise search results!
13. File records returned in searches
can be transferred with one mouse click to any other volume.
14. Full COPY,
MOVE, DELETE operations on the actual disk files referenced in the catalog records.
Files can be CRC checked - find duplicates or files that have been since modified.
CDDB support through FreeDB.org - Automatically gathers Artist/Track information
for your CD's and stores the data in the catalog.
17. Catalogs can be encrypted
with a user supplied password for extra security.
18. EXIF information from
camera pictures can be stored(fully configurable).
19. MP3 information "Tags"
can be stored.
20. Common Archive types (e.g. .ZIP, .RAR. .CAB etc.) can
be internally searched and their contents listed for future searches.
IMDB support. - Import Movie and Game data from the internet's IMDB directly into
22. Amazon.com Search and data retrieval. Search Amazon for
information, pictures, prices etc for DVD's, Books - whatever Amazon stocks! Very
powerful search engine, for example use a general key phrase or an ISBN number
if you have one.
23. Microsoft Office documents - scanned and parameters
imported, including any preview picture that was (optionally) saved within