NeoFinder 7 Disk Cataloger Released

NeoFinder, the popular digital asset cataloging and management tool, has been updated to version 7.  NeoFinder is quit simply the best such tool that I’ve ever used.  It makes it very easy to create a simple catalog of drives and disks, and can store complex metadata about documents, photos, songs, and movies along with optional checksums to verify integrity.

The program has been updated and enhanced for over 10 years, and the latest version has a number of new features:

– Audio preview thumbnails for songs
– Ratings for photo, video, and prepress files
– Groups for Smart Folders and Albums
– Compare pictures or different versions of the same image
– Geotags:  get place name information for items and optionally write this into the image
– New extended database file format that can handle much more than 4 GB of data per cataloged volume
– Adobe XMP (IPTC) metadata editing, including keywords from a controlled vocabulary, and ratings

The developer Norbert M. Doerner is extremely responsive to suggestions and input, and is constantly innovating – pushing his software in new directions, such as being the first cataloging program to support audio preview thumbnails.  There is also an iOS version available.  NeoFinder has my highest recommendation.

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Brian is an A.P.P.L.E. Board member and Managing Editor of Call-A.P.P.L.E.. He is a producer of books, films, games, and events, as well as an Apple consultant, historian and archivist. Brian designed, edited, and co-produced dozens of books including:  "Nibble Viewpoints: Business Insights From The Computing Revolution," "Cyber Jack: The Adventures of Robert Clardy and Synergistic Software," "Synergistic Software: The Early Games," "Graphically Speaking: Enhanced Edition," "What’s Where in the Apple: Enhanced Edition," and "The WOZPAK Special Edition: Steve Wozniak’s Apple-1 & Apple II Computers."  Brian also co-produced the retro iOS game "Structris." Brian was an extra in Joss Whedon’s movie “Serenity,” leading him to being a producer/director for the documentary film “Done The Impossible: The Fans’ Tale of Firefly & Serenity.” He brought some of the Firefly cast aboard his Browncoat Cruise convention and recruited several of the Firefly cast to appear in a film for charity. Brian speaks about his adventures at conventions around the country.