CDFinder 5.7.2 Released - Better Cataloging and Many Fixes
May 17, 2011 in Disk Cataloging
[prMac.com] Langenhahn, Germany - Norbert M. Doerner has released CDFinder 5.7.2, an update to the popular disk library cataloger. CDFinder keeps track of your digital files, photos, songs, movies, on hard disks, CDROMs, Blu-ray disks, DVD-ROMs, server disks, and any other digital media. Version 5.7.2 can now catalog thumbnails of Adobe InDesign CS5 files and more RAW photo formats.
New features in CDFinder 5.7.2 include:
* CDFinder can now catalog Thumbnails of Adobe InDesign CS5 and CS5.5 files
* CDFinder can now catalog RAW photo files for ".erf" (Espon), ".3fr" (Hasselblad) and ".mef" (Mamiya) files in Mac OS X 10.6
* CDFinder can now catalog Thumbnails of JPEG-2000 files (".jp2")
* Numerous improvements for cataloging, overall stability
Metadata - CDFinder catalogs metadata of songs, movies, and photos, including the MP3-Tags of several audio file formats, EXIF, GPS, and IPTC data of photos, and also Adobe XMP. All these are clearly arranged in the user interface, and can be extensively searched. For numerous photo and video formats, CDFinder generates thumbnails during cataloging, displaying them in all list and icon views.
Integration - Offering a tight connection to major productivity tools, such as Adobe Creative Suite, Microsoft Office, FileMaker Pro, Roxio Toast, Apples Spotlight, Finder, and iPhoto, and the extensive support of drag&drop into other applications, CDFinder can support many workflow scenarios. With the iCal integration, updating catalogs can be scheduled to your needs.
Geotagging - Only CDFinder offers the cool GeoFinder, which searches for photos taken near a spot, even including the photos in your iPhoto 8 database, or the KMZ export for coordinates and photo thumbnails as a way to give geolocated photos to friends. CDFinder can even geotag photos itself, no other software needed.
Networking - Store your catalog database on a server for access from all Macs in the network, and with the sidekick product CDWinder for Windows even from Microsoft Windows.
Since the initial release of CDFinder 1.0 in 1995, more than 47,000 customers in 89 countries around the world are using CDFinder to organize their digital library, and manage their data archive and backups, including NASA, IKEA, BBC, Mattel, Rand McNally, Pfizer, Random House, and Warner Bros.
* German, English, French, Swedish, Italian, Spanish, Dutch, and Japanese
* Universal Binary (PowerPC and Intel Macs)
* Requires Mac OS X v10.4, 10.5, or 10.6
* Previous CDFinder versions for older Mac OS operating systems are also available
Pricing and Availability:
CDFinder 5.7.2 is a free update to licensed users of CDFinder 5.x. Cross-grades for users of competing applications (DiskLibrary, Canto Cumulus, iView Media Pro, and more) are available. A free demo version can be downloaded from the CDFinder website, the price for new users starts at 29,00 (EUR). Multiple user packs are available for network users.
YouTube Video - Introduction
YouTube Video - Tutorial
Norbert M. Doerner is a computer scientist with a love for integration and cool products. He develops great Macintosh software since 1991. Popular products include the disk cataloger CDFinder, various plugins for the Finder, iPhoto and Aperture, and the transcription software F5.app. Copyright (C) 1991-2011 Norbert M. Doerner. Apple, the Apple logo, Mac and Macintosh are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.