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Zzooommm

Thumbnail software

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Hello

I'm looking for a thumbnail software that could:

- display thumbnails up to 512x512 pix (400x400 is absolute minimum)

- display folders as thumbnails of their contents (like for example ACDSee photo manager does)

- be fairly optimised and stable when dealing with lots of files

(- preferably save thumbnail info to a central location instead of filling your HDD with small thumbs files)

That's all. Nothing else needed.

Thanks for any suggestions!

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with XnView you can select the thumbnail size. And I think it can cache its own thumbnails.

there is also Picasa which might work.

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Picasa2 is what I'd recommend, although it installs a MediaDetector Service that monitors any new images of any kind on your system.

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not sure this is what you want but you could use irfan view thumbnails which allows you to few thumbnails up to 800x800

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You can always change your windows thumbnail size by add a dword RegistryKey key to the key \HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Explorer

name it ThumbnailSize and give it value between 32 and 96.

WinThumbResizer2.jpg

Edited by XP_2600

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nice tip @XP_2600 I'll have to try that.

BTW in XnView you can customize the height/width of thumbnails from 32x32 to 2048x2048 :)

xnview3ui.png

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