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However, storing various files on multiple external or removable drives might make it difficult for you to find the needed file in a decent amount of time. Here is where Tri-CATALOG steps in to help you out and reduce your search times.
Catalog all your storage devices and effortlessly find the needed files
Tri-CATALOG is a reliable Mac OS X application specially made to generate lists with all the contents available on your local and remove disks, CDs, DVDs or any other storage devices.
In other words, Tri-CATALOG creates a searchable database that makes it easy for you to locate a file without connecting and browsing through all your storage devices.
For all analyzed folders or disks, Tri-CATALOG automatically creates a “virtual volume” that contains a list of all files and folder hierarchy, along with the metadata and thumbnails of your pictures.
Share, preview and browser your catalogs with ease
The best part is that these “volumes” are accessible at all times, even when the drive is not connected to your Mac and you can share them with other users, who can view your file list and your images at a low resolution.
Tri-CATALOG features a user-oriented interface that helps you switch between different databases, sort the generated lists and search through your “virtual volumes” with ease. The top toolbar enables you to switch between different viewing modes and makes it possible to update the volumes database.
Take advantage of the powerful search engine and narrow down your search results
Your file search can be easily refined by using various attributes such as date and size for various files, as well as picture attributes like exposure, focal length, aperture and other related data. The advanced search engine makes Tri-CATALOG a reliable image finder for photographers.
Tri-CATALOG was reviewed by George Popescu, last updated on October 9th, 2014
Runs on: Mac OS X 10.6 or later (Intel only)
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