AtomicView Media Manager Supports More Formats

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AntZero has announced the release of AtomicView 1.1, an updated version of its Digital Asset Manager (DAM) software for Mac OS X. A free update for registered users, AtomicView is priced starting at €95 for a two-computer license (US$138.50). 

AntZero leverages multi-core and multi-processor Macs and their graphics hardware to help you manage images, videos, photos and other digital documents. It supports ITPC, EXIF and XMP metadata formats, lets you personalize fields, create theme groups and sub-groups, create thumbnail images of files, search using Boolean operations, create saved searches as "intelligent groups" and much more.

New to the 1.1 release is support for more formats, including .EPS, .SWF, iWorks documents and InDesign documents, complete XMP support, new updated interface for editing metadata, the ability to work with image sequences, color profile and CMYK management, GPS metadata support, and stability and performance improvements.

System requirements call for Mac OS X 10.4 or later, a G4 or better, 512MB RAM, 20MB hard disk space, QuickTime 7.1 or later.

This story, "AtomicView Media Manager Supports More Formats" was originally published by Macworld.

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