VitaminSEE is an image viewer that focuses on speed. It has sorting features and the ability to add IPTC keywords to JPEG files. It generates thumbnails for all supported image files (these thumbnails are stored in the file's resource fork so the image file isn't modified and so the Finder will use them.)
What's new in this version:
- You can now generate thumbnails, without storing them on disk. (The default behavior is to write thumbnails to disk.)
- Massivly reduce RAM consumption when building thumbnails.
- Bug fix: Program could get stuck on "Loading..." if computer was never named. (Kudos to "L S" for the bug report.)
- Add three Automator actions. Most importantly, there are actions to add and remove thumbnails so if you have some sort of image moving workflow, you can have thumbnails ... See all new features »