FastPictureViewer Professional, a 64-bit photo viewer designed for photographers, with Adobe XMP compliant rating system, powerful batch file processing functions and features expected by photographers: RGB histogram, color management, EXIF, tethered shooting and ultrafast raw previewing.
FastPictureViewer Professional helps iStockphoto inspectors cut through some of the 1/4 million new images they get every month, among other photographers and imaging professionals all over the world, ranging from photo enthusiasts culling their weekend pictures to analysts reviewing consumer behavioral studies made of millions of images, as well as helping wedding photographers, magazine picture editors and print shops do their image selection tasks more efficiently.
FastPictureViewer Professional was designed to handle large digital images thousands at a time and makes it easy to quickly view, rate, backup, copy, move and delete almost any number of photos. The software was also designed with the needs of photographers in mind, so it supports industry-standards and first-class color management, along with essential tools like EXIF and RGB histogram, always available in floating “head-up-displays” that update themselves instantly, so they can be checked for every image without additional keystrokes.
FastPictureViewer does not try to be the next Swiss Army knife of image viewers, on the contrary it’s a simple program that does a few things very well, but don’t be fooled by the slick user-interface: the software has many powerful functions including second-to-none rule-based batch file management, resembling Microsoft Outlook™ message rules, that let users perform any copy/move/export jobs in just a few clicks, exploiting the parallel power of modern computers.
FastPictureViewer Professional comes with a fast export-for-web function that creates web-ready small and medium size JPEGs, with optional sharpening, from any supported image format: great for quick web uploads, or to hand (or email) low-resolution proof copies to customers right after a shoot. The exported JPEGs exhibits an ideal balance between file weight and image quality, making them perfect for use on websites and photo-sharing communities.