Karelia Software has updated its free iMedia Browser (http://www.karelia.com/imedia/), an utility to add the familiar “media browser” experience to just about any Mac application, to version 2.0.1.The upgrade adds support for iPhoto event skimming, support for the Faces feature in both iPhoto and Aperture, and support for Collection groups in Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 3.
Built from the ground up to resemble the media browser found in several Apple applications, the Karelia iMedia Browser is a stand-alone utility that can be used to access a user’s library of photos, sounds, movies, or bookmarks.
The Karelia iMedia Browser allows users to browse their libraries of photos (iPhoto, Aperture, and Pictures folders); music (iTunes library, GarageBand songs, and Music folders); movies (from iTunes, iPhoto, and Movies folders), and bookmarks (from several leading web browsers). It can be activated either from the dock or from a small icon in the menu bar.
The Karelia iMedia Browser is Universal Binary so runs natively on both PowerPC and Intel Macs. It requires Mac OS X 10.6.6 or higher. The download contains nine languages: English, French, Italian, Danish, German, Swedish, Japanese, and Simplified and Traditional Chinese. It’s available at the Mac App Store in the Utilities section.