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  • Niefer

    Very good program. I tried other programs but VisiPics works much better.

  • @Niefer

    Yeah, I also tried several when I was choosing and VisiPics definitely came up best.

  • Unless I’m missing something, it seems useless for more than a small set. It does not show folders, no way to see the folder where the images live. I have folders where files I am working on reside. It is bad to just delete and keep “some” original. Then I have to take a note of it, find it and then copy it back into the “working” directory. Kind of dumb. At a minimum it needs an option to list the folder alongside the files. I have 400 gig worth of graphics. I am sure I even have whole directories that are dupes. It just seems impossible to use this even in a partial solution. I am now running a complete scan just to see how it performs. A 1.5 1/2 full terabyte with 400 gig of images. Working now for One Hour. Gues-ti-mate is 15% complete. So 6hts give or take. It is a stress test. It hasn’t choked and running along smoothly. Yeah, the found dupes “pages”, which are now up to 55, are going to be tough to manage. A 4mhz 6 core processor with 4 gig of ram (FYI: 3.5 usable due to 32 bit XP OS -moving to Kabuntu 64) It is cool to watch the 6 cores each being used so differently by Visipics. That is a fantastic aspect of Visipics. I just wish it would help me to manage locations.

  • @Jara

    It shows full path with folder under image preview when you hover on images.

    And yes, interface is lacking here and there… But would you prefer to go through 400GB of images by hand? ;)

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