Corduroy Code has released Fileloupe 1.0 (http://www.fileloupe.com), a new media browser for Mac OS X Yosemite.
It combines the features of a photo viewer, video player and document browser into a single tool. Harnessing the power of Apple’s Quick Look technology, Fileloupe offers users one of the fastest ways to browse, view and share photos, videos, PDFs and documents, according to Kenny Carruthers, founder of Corduroy Code and developer of Fileloupe.
The app offers copy & paste and drag & drop support for inserting images into third-party applications. There’s support for most common image formats including RAW photos.
Fileloupe has variable playback rates for video including slow-motion playback along with inverted orientation correction, track scrubbing, frame stepping and frame-to-image exporting support. It packs a PDF viewer for viewing multiple PDF documents side by side and viewing different sections of a single PDF document within the same window.
Fileloupe also has support for filtering, flagging and sorting to make it easy to find and select specific files for viewing, sharing or to use in another application. It’s extensible via third-party QuickLook plugins to add previewing support for files that aren’t natively supported by OS X.
Fileloupe 1.0 costs US$29.99. It’s available worldwide through the Mac App Store in the Productivity category.