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DiskLibrary 1.9 improves performance

updated 08:50 am EST, Tue February 3, 2009

DiskLibrary 1.9 update

Obvious Matter has announced an update to its disk cataloging application for the Mac, DiskLibrary 1.9. Designed to help users keep track of their media, DiskLibrary catalogs a user's complete file structure, creates thumbnails for media files, and stores metadata for most media formats. All files organized by the program are displayed in a single window, with drag-and-drop access. The newest version of the software improves both startup and search performance, and adds the ability to load files on mounted volumes within QuickLook.

Other updates include the ability to delete catalogs using the forward-delete key, and an added catalog column in the file list view. A series of bug fixes have also been made to improve support for the WhereIsit feature, issues with DiskCatalogMaker X imports, and other minor problems.

DiskLibrary is capable of importing formats from CDFinder, FileFinder, WhereIsIt, DiskCatalogMaker X and DiskTracker, and includes support for filetypes such as RAW, EPS, HTML, Flash and Photoshop. Compatible with Mac OS X 10.4.6 or later, the application comes as a free download for previous owners, or $40 new.






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