Zevrix Solutions (http://www.zevrix.com) has updated Graphic Inspector, which checks entire folders of graphic files for potential problems, to version 1.7.3. The new version addresses stability issues related to metadata extraction routines.
Graphic Inspector lets graphic professionals et crucial info on multiple graphic files instead of checking them manually. Users automatically get information on multiple raster and vector files. Graphic Inspector will display the file kind, color mode, resolution, compression, color profile, spot colors, fonts, metadata and other attributes.
With its checkup presets, Graphic Inspector lets users create custom control settings and locate files with unwanted attributes. For example, users can make Graphic Inspector warn them about all files whose color mode is RGB, format — JPEG, resolution is below 200 dpi, ICC profile doesn’t contain “USWebCoated” etc.
Graphic Inspector costs US$39.95. A demo is available for download. The 1.7.3 update is free for licensed users of previous versions. Graphic Inspector is Universal Binary so runs natively on both PowerPC and Intel Macs. It requires Mac OS X 10.4.2 or later.