GAPS (The Great American Picture Sorter) is an image sorting and viewing application designed to categorize enormous numbers of images quickly using your keyboard. It includes an MD5-based duplicate finder and a full-screen slideshow.
|Tags||multimedia Graphics Viewers|
|Operating Systems||Mac OS X|
Release Notes: This release adds the ability to sort the image list by file size or image dimensions. Numerous stability and performance enhancements are included, and support for Unicode filenames has been improved.
Release Notes: This release adds the ability to rotate images and adjust on-screen brightness. Mouse gestures prevent getting 'stuck' in fullscreen mode. New begin/end selection actions allow easy perusal and eventual sorting of related series of images. Numerous enhancements in background processing result in improved performance and stability. Corrected Unicode processing and better handling of recursive directories fixes sorting problems that affected sorting from/to network volumes. Several user-discovered crashes have been eliminated.
Release Notes: It is now possible to open folders of images recursively, including all sub-folders. Several crashes and memory leaks were fixed and the help file was updated significantly. Versions compatible with Tiger and Panther are available separately.
Release Notes: This release supports opening all images in a tree of folders recursively. It is no longer necessary to open many small folders of images separately. Support for PDF and all other QuickTime image types has been added. This release is built as a Universal binary for x86- or PPC-based Macs. It requires MacOS 10.4 (Tiger) or higher.
Release Notes: While still considered to be in a "beta" stage, GAPS is already usable, stable, and feature complete.