DBGallery Crack + License Key

If you work with large amounts of photos, you might often find it difficult to sort through them, especially if they are spread into multiple folders.

Finding specific data, such as EXIF or Geotagging information, can prove to be even more challenging, since most common image viewer do not have the required capabilities to display them. DBGallery is a software solution that offers you all of these features and more, making it a useful utility for any image enthusiast out there.

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Databases have many advantages over regular data storage, such as faster search speed and improved sorting possibilities. They are also much easier to maintain and export to various other formats. DBGallery enables you to create MySQL databases to hold all of your image data and information, including Geotags, EXIF data and general file properties, such as name and dimensions.

The fact that your images are stored into flexible databases means that they can be easily exported to other formats, including PDF, CSV and Excel spreadsheets. They can also be made accessible on the world wide web at the flick of a button, thanks to the web gallery export capabilities built into DBGallery. You can even create entire websites without any web programming skills required.

DBGallery Keygen enables you to create and view extensive reports of your image database. One such report is the “Collection Report Card”, which displays an inventory of your files and categorizes them by their file type, dimension and overall activity.

The application allows you to create photo counts, to view pie charts of the used cameras, authors, subject and categories for every image available in your collection.

Whether you are just on the lookout for a handy image viewer, or you are a professional photographer searching for an advanced photo organizer to keep your collection neatly sorted and detailed, DBGallery is the right solution for both tasks.

ChangeLog

  • Times:
  • If you have file viewing stats turned on (by default it is), the client will now track the 'last viewed time' of your files, both in preview and media viewers. a record is only made assuming they pass the viewtime checks under options->file viewing statistics (so if you scroll through really quick but have it set to only record after five seconds of viewing, it will not save that as the last viewed time). this last viewed time is shown on the right-click menu with the normal file viewing statistics
  • Sorting by 'import time' and 'modified time' are moved to a new 'time' subgroup in the sort button menu
  • Also added to 'time' is 'last viewed time'. note that this has not been tracked until now, so you will have to look at a bunch of things for a few seconds each to get some data to sort with

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Marzia, 05 June 2017

спасибі за серійник для DBGallery

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