updated 04:45 pm EDT, Mon May 26, 2008
AtomicView media manager
AntZero on Monday unveiled AtomicView, a new digital asset manager that allows users to organize, browse, and output images, video, and sound. AtomicView makes active use of a Mac's GPU, providing quick scrolling features, as well as multi-threaded tasks that take advantage of multi-processor and multi-core systems. AntZero says the application fully supports all major media formats, and is selling AtomicView for $150 from its website.
AtomicView has the ability to play up to four movies simultaneously, and can display media on a virtual light table. The application allows for both fullscreen mode and slideshow, while also supporting EXIC, IPTC, and XMP metadata. AtomicView offers hierarchical organization, smart groups, xml import/export of the database, Boolean search functions, and batch functions, among many other features.