Release Notes: This release adds a timeline view which makes it easy to browse photographs by date. It also fixes a number of minor problems.
Release Notes: Color management was added. vvvP now supports color profiles embedded into images. The program can check cataloged files for changes, such as those caused by file corruption. It is possible to create a list of external programs, and it is possible to open the selected images (or a copy of the images) with one of those programs using a menu. For example, it is possible to open a copy of the selected image in an image editor.
Release Notes: Handling of RAW images was added. The image viewer now uses a high quality interpolator, so images are always sharp and have a natural look. When cataloging JPEG images, it is now possible to use the embedded preview (if available) to create the thumbnails. This option is faster, but thumbnail quality can be much lower with some cameras, so it is not enabled by default.
Release Notes: Handling of broken images was improved. The ability to remove a fixed location in the “Fixed locations” window was added. The image viewer window has been reworked, with larger improvements to the Linux and Mac OS X versions. Thumbnail presentation is now faster. The ability to delete files and folders in the fixed and removable view was added. A bug was fixed in the Linux version: it was not possible to assign some images correctly to a virtual folder. It was only possible to assign folders.
Release Notes: This release adds the ability to rename a virtual folder. It adds the ability to resize or delete the thumbnails of the selected images. It adds an Edit/Select All menu to select all the images in a folder. In the Linux version, the image viewer is now much faster. A list of recently selected folders has been added to the Add to virtual folder window to speed up repetitive selections. File/Backup and File/Restore menu commands have been added to back up and restore a catalog. There are minor bugfixes.
Release Notes: This is the first public release. The program is ready for real world usage, but it is still missing some planned features.