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NeoFinder 7 Quick Introduction
 
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NeoFinder is the Digital Asset Manager for Mac and Windows (with the separate abeMeda for Windows) https://www.cdfinder.de NeoFinder 7 Quick Introduction Welcome to a short introduction about NeoFinder! NeoFinder is a digital asset management tool Ohhhh Kay. What does that mean? NeoFinder knows where all your files are. Digital photos, movie files, songs, documents, text files, fonts, and so on, everything. This amazing software catalogs and manages anything that you can hook up to your Mac. Hard disks, server volumes, USB Sticks, SSDs, DVDs, Blu-rays, Audio-CDs, Dropbox contents, Backblaze B2 cloud buckets, and much more. Here is an example: You need to find a song named “Give A Little Bit” by Roger Hodgson (formerly of Supertramp). You can simply type that name into QuickFind over here, hit return, and there we go, here are the results. As you can see, there are not just songs here, because NeoFinder will search each and every piece of information it knows, and that is a lot. Now, it would be really cool if you could ask NeoFinder only to show you songs with “Give A Little Bit” as the song title, and even maybe also just songs recorded by Roger Hodgson as the artist, omitting the tracks he did together with Supertramp. NeoFinder can do that for you. Open the Find Editor, set up the parameters, and you are ready to go! So, we want only songs. And in "music" we want the title and then the artist. Only songs performed by Roger Hodgson The cool Inspector section shows you all the details that NeoFinder knows about every selected item, including all metadata. And Music isn’t the only part in which NeoFinder really shines. What about photos? You’ll get an entire set of metadata, including all EXIF and Adobe XMP tags, ratings, thumbnails, keywords, of course. Movies? Fonts? Text files? And of course, everything can be searched. So, how does NeoFinder work its magic? You need to let NeoFinder catalog every one of your disks once. NeoFinder will quickly gather information about every item on the disk, and a lot of additional metadata that makes it easier for you to find your stuff later. And before you start cataloging, you really want to have a look at the NeoFinder Preferences, especially the Cataloging section. All the settings here greatly influence the cataloging speed, but also the amount of data that NeoFinder has available to find your stuff. Then catalog your disks, one by one. Simply drag a volume or just a folder into NeoFinder, and NeoFinder will catalog it. Or use the PLUS menu to catalog entire disks or just folders. If you have a whole stack of disks, use Batch Cataloging. Connect or insert the disks, and let NeoFinder catalog and then eject them. That is pretty easy! What can you do if you changed some files on an cataloged disk? Simply let NeoFinder “Update” its catalog by selecting the catalog, and using the Update Catalog command. Then NeoFinder will quickly go over the disk and pick up all your changes. That's all. This was just an introduction. NeoFinder can do SO MUCH MORE for you. We will soon have more Video Tutorials for you, and there is the excellent NeoFinder Users Guide, and other cool resources in the Help menu of NeoFinder… And now enjoy your amazing disk library manager NeoFinder!
Views: 3234 GeoFinder2009
Geotagging mit CDFinder
 
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http://www.cdfinder.de/de/ Geotagging mit CDFinder! In seiner neuen Version 5.7 kann CDFinder jetzt auch selbst Geotags in digitale Photos schreiben! Das erfordert nun kein weiteres Programm mehr. Probieren wir es aus: Zunächst den GeoFinder öffnen, denn wir benötigen ja eine schöne Karte. Dann den gewünschten Ort suchen, im Beispiel hier Koblenz, und Return drücken. Mit einem Klick in die Karte den Pin auf die richtige Stelle setzen, hier die Talstation der neuen Seilbahn für die Bundesgartenschau BuGa 2011 in Koblenz. Jetzt die Bilder auswählen, die an dieser Stelle gemacht wurden. Im Kontextmenü "Setze GPS Koordinate aus dem GeoFinder" aufrufen. Fertig! Das war es schon! Super einfach! CDFinder schreibt jetzt die ausgewählten Koordinaten in den CDFinder-Katalog, aber ebenfalls in die Originaldateien! Das ist sehr nützlich, wenn die Photos noch mit anderen Programmen weiterbearbeitet werden sollen. iPhoto und Aperture etwa schreiben die Geotags leider nur in ihre interne Datenbank. Das Geotagging mit CDFinder klappt natürlich auch mit RAW-Photos, wie sich das gehört. CDFinder zeigt wie immer die Präsenz eines Geotags mit dem roten GeotagIcon unten rechts an, damit Sie sofort sehen, welche Bilder schon Geokoordinaten haben. Und weil Sie genau aufgepasst haben, konnten Sie eben schon sehen, daß CDFinder alternativ auch Google Earth als Quelle der Koordinaten benutzen kann! Dazu einfach Google Earth starten, und einen Punkt auswählen. Ich habe hier übrigens dazu ein Fadenkreuz in der Mitte, das setze ich auf den gewünschten Punkt. Dann im CDFinder die Bilder auswählen und im Kontextmenü "Setze GPS Koordinate aus Google Earth" aufrufen, fertig. So einfach ist das! Dank der Geotags in Photos ist es jetzt möglich, Bilder auf der Karte im GeoFinder zu finden. Mal schauen, welche anderen Bilder aus der Umgebung am Deutschen Eck in Koblenz in meiner CDFinder Datenbank sind, vielleicht im Umkreis von 500 Metern. Ja, hier kann ich sogar die aktuelle iPhoto Datenbank mit durchsuchen, mit einem einfachen Mausklick. Fabelhaft! Alternativ könnte ich jetzt auch die gefundenen Bilder in das KMZ-Format exportieren, mit kleinen Voransichten und den Metadaten. Diese KMZ-Datei mit den Bildern kann dann jeder in Google Earth anschauen. Viel Spaß jetzt noch mit dem Geotagging in CDFinder! CDFinder - The Search is Over!
Views: 1676 GeoFinder2009
CDFinder in the Network
 
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https://www.cdfinder.de CDFinder is now called NeoFinder, and with a new Adobe XMP Editor, NeoFinder now really rocks! CDFinder is the powerful yet easy-to-use Digital Asset Manager for Macintosh and Windows http://www.cdwinder.de This amazing software catalogs any type of data (photos, movies, songs, documents), on any device (hard disk, CD, DVD, Blu-ray, USB sticks, server volumes, iPods, etc.) and offers powerful Find features to quickly locate your data. The extensive support of metadata (Adobe XMP, EXIF, IPTC, MP3, and more) also increases the abilities to locate our files anywhere. - Text Transcription: The affordable yet powerful media cataloger CDFinder can keep track of your photos, audio files, videos, and any other files and folders, regardless of where they are stored. Catalog CDs, DVDROMs, hard disks - internal and external, and much more with CDFinder, and quickly Find any valuable data. But you can also use this splendid asset management tool in your entire network, so that all users in the network can share a common CDFinder database! To set this up, you need to copy over your CDFinder Database Folder from your local Documents folder to a server disk. Use the „Reveal in Finder command to show you your current database folder. Then mount the server disk. Copy over your CDFinder database folder to the server. Then tell your CDFinder to use that folder on the server as its database folder, in the CDFinder Preferences. You need a CDFinder Business License for that, of course. CDFinder will then use that database folder on the server to store any new catalogs. If you set up all other installed CDFinder licenses in your network the same way, all users now share one common database folder for their CDFinder catalogs. That way you can quickly keep your entire network organized, and on the same level. And with the additional CDWinder for Windows, that is even possible on the „Dark Side as well. The setup is similar, just make sure that the database folder can be accessed by both Macs and Windows PCs alike. CDFinder even includes the option to keep track of the changes to the database folder on the server, so that all new or deleted catalogs are recognized quickly. Set this up in the Database Settings in the Special menu, and enter the speed you need. If your database folder changes very often, set the speed to FAST, otherwise, SLOW will reduce the network load on your server. And one more tip: You do know that CDFinder can catalog your server disks as well? We have had many clients telling us that the CDFinder search was so much faster than trying Spotlight on the server, if Spotlight was even supported at all... But CDFinder did that on the spot. CDFinder - Your Disk Library Manager
Views: 3864 GeoFinder2009
mp3-Info 2.0 iTunes Companion - Video Tutorial (English)
 
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Download from: http://www.cdfinder.de/en/en/en/mp3info.html CDFinder http://www.cdfinder.de is the popular Digital Media Manager for Macintosh and Windows http://www.cdwinder.de - Welcome to MP3-Info 2.0! After Apple has killed the Contextual Menu Modules, we had to find a clever way to bring the wildly popular MP3-Info to Snow Leopard. And we came up with a brilliant little app that launches in a snap, and is well integrated into the Mac OS. Let me show you how easy it is to use the new MP3-Info. Select one song file in the Finder. Then use the context menu, or the global services menu to quickly open MP3-Info. In the beautiful main window, you can grasp all important tags contained in that song file at once. Starting on the left with the cover art. Should you see only a generic icon here, but full cover art in iTunes, you know that iTunes again didnt store that cover art in the actual song file, but only in its private library. Bad iTunes! All other important tags of the song are displayed throughout the window in several groups, here are duration and bitrate, and here the song title, artist, album, track number. Also, the composer, year, genre, comment, and encoder application are shown here, all in one nice window! If the song contains lyrics, the Lyrics button is enabled, and will show a nice extra window with the full lyrics. Close that again at any time, of course. And you will notice that MP3-Info can also give you the textual description of a podcast And to tell the world of the song that you are currently playing, we have added a cool new Tweet button here. Just one click, and everyone knows what music you like. This feature uses your web browser and your Twitter account. With MP3-Info, you now have the choice of following your current Finder selection, or even working directly with Apples iTunes! That includes the currently playing song, or the selected title. Isnt that amazing? Of course, you can resize the MP3-Info window if you dont want to see certain items, just drag it to your preferred size and location, it is that easy. And MP3-Info can even do a lot more for you! We have thrown in a close connection to the popular media cataloger CDFinder. With just one simple click, you can find all similar songs in your archive. Lets try the song title The Logical Song: Yep, I have a lot of different versions of that song in my catalog archive. Or lets find find all Supertramp songs or even the entire set of songs of the same genre or year. That is pretty cool! Sometimes, the name of a song file isnt really revealing about its content. Wouldnt it be nice to have an easy way to rename the song file decently? Yes, that would be nice, and MP3-Info can help you with that. Select one of several possible name schemes, and the file will get a new name with just one click. That was simple indeed. While MP3-Info can only display the meta tags, what if you want to edit them? There are three major tools for this task, and MP3-Info can connect to all of them with this menu here. Use either the slightly older ID3X, or The Tagger, or Media Rage, all three can be launched directly from inside MP3-Info. And of course, MP3-Info also supports m4a or AAC audio files created by iTunes, as well as ringtones, and AIFF songs, with the full set of tags, and even WAVE files. MP3-Info uses the proven and high-performance audio code from CDFinder, and that made it possible for us to offer MP3-Info for free! Of course, we do appreciate a small donation, and will buy chocolate for the development team Now just download and enjoy MP3-Info!
Views: 33505 GeoFinder2009
Catalog your data with NeoFinder
 
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NeoFinder is the Digital Asset Manager for Mac and Windows (with the separate abeMeda for Windows) https://www.cdfinder.de Catalog your data with NeoFinder Before NeoFinder can find all your data, it is important to catalog it first. That is quite easy. Use the main menu. Or the PLUS button. Or just drag a volume or a folder into the LIBRARY of NeoFinder. You did know that NeoFinder can catalog just folders, too? This is the most important settings window. The Cataloging Preferences decide, what data gets added to the NeoFinder catalog, and what not. This greatly influences what NeoFinder can find, but also the speed of cataloging, and the resulting catalog size, so make sure you set it up to your needs. Set it all up for Photos Size of thumbnails. Larger than 640? Sure. Extended Format Videos Songs Fonts Text contents Archives DMG! Only NeoFinder can do that! What to ignore Comments FileCheck Tags Bundle versions Serial number Settings are stored inside the catalog for Updating! Updating is needed when files in the catalog have been changed, deleted or added, to keep NeoFinder up to speed as to what happens on your disks. When all is cataloged, you can browse through the data, just as you would with the Finder. But now you will also be able to Find it all with NeoFinder!! Enjoy!
Views: 1043 GeoFinder2009
Find with NeoFinder
 
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NeoFinder is the Digital Asset Manager for Mac and Windows (with the separate abeMeda for Windows) https://www.cdfinder.de Find your files - with NeoFinder NeoFinder is all about - and you have guessed it - finding! Of course! There are so many ways to locate your precious files with NeoFinder, we almost lost count. Almost. Let's see: #1 Quick Find Just type the text you search – here in to Quick Find, and hit return. That was it. NeoFinder will immediately search all your catalogs, and it will look for the text in every single text field it knows. And there are plenty of these. Sounds easy? It is! But it is also very powerful, because NeoFinder will parse your entire search text, and search for separate words, so it doesn't matter if you type "Kate Bush", or "Bush Kate", NeoFinder will find all songs of that musician for you in both cases. #2 Find in Menu Bar If your NeoFinder is not running, or you simply quickly need to find something, use the NeoFinder menu in the main menu of your Mac at any time. This will launch NeoFinder for you, and immediately start the Find. Super fast. #3 The Find Editor You need a lot more control over what is found? Here is the mighty Find Editor. Tell NeoFinder exactly what you need. You have loads of options, everything that NeoFinder catalogs, all the pieces of metadata, can be set up here for your search. You can even save any complicated setup as a Smart Folder, to use it again at any time later. #4 Find Contextual Menu Select one file with the attributes you are interested in, and let NeoFinder give you more items with these attributes. Very useful for songs, but also photos and more. #5 Find Keywords As Tags and Keywords are so important, you can click on any of these, and ask NeoFinder to give you all items with this particular Keyword or Tag. One click is all you need. That also works from the whole list of Keywords, of course, with the contextual menu. #6 Find Inspector You can also use the Inspector to begin a search for similar items. Use the contextual menu to click into the item you are interested in, and a suitable find option will appear. #7 Find Duplicates To help you find duplicate files, NeoFinder can run a very special kind of search for you. Depending what you set up here, you can quickly locate any duplicate items in your catalogs. Yes, you can even do the reverse, and search for unique files. You will need to backup these quickly. Very quickly. #8 Find Similar Photos An extraordinary feature is the ability to search photos that look similar! Select the photo you like, and ask NeoFinder to get you all photos with a similar motif. that includes black/white versions, images at a different resolution. As NeoFinder will need to analyze all thumbnails, this will take a moment for a large library of photos. #9 Find from the Finder NeoFinder is even integrated into Apples Finder! Select any file you see, and use the Services contextual menu to ask NeoFinder to find other files with that same name. Or select any text, and search for that text. That is very powerful. And there is more! You can use AppleScript or special Find URLs to start a search from different applications. The NeoFinder Users Guide has all the details for you. Wow. That is a lot! We are sure you will find your perfect way to find... NeoFinder - One tool to find them all! Enjoy!
Views: 370 GeoFinder2009
CDFinder - Catalog your Data
 
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Catalog your data with CDFinder https://www.cdfinder.de CDFinder is now called NeoFinder, and with a new Adobe XMP Editor, NeoFinder now rocks even more! CDFinder is a Digital Asset Manager for Macintosh and Windows http://www.cdwinder.de The software catalogs any type of data (photos, movies, songs, documents), on any device (hard disk, CD, DVD, Blu-ray, USB sticks, server volumes, iPods, etc.) and offers powerful Find features to quickly locate your data. The extensive support of metadata (Adobe XMP, EXIF, IPTC, MP3, and more) also increases the abilities to locate our files anywhere. - For CDFinder to work its magic finding your hidden digital treasures, it first needs to catalog your data once. You can simply click the "Catalog Disk" button to catalog an entire disk. Just select it from the list of mounted volumes, done. Or you can simply drag a disk from the Finder into the left side of the CDFinder window. That will also start cataloging it. Of course, CDFinder cannot just catalog entire disks, that would be lame. You can also just catalog important folders. Again either drag them from the Finder into the left part of the CDFinder window, or use the "Catalog Folder" menu command. Hint: The menus of CDFinder hold a lot of interesting functions, make sure you have a look at them... To help you find your data better, CDFinder not simply reads the names of your files and folders when cataloging, but it can also read a huge amount of helpful additional data as well, such as photo thumbnails, or the MP3 tags of song files. You control what CDFinder catalogs with the Preferences. Here, in the "Cataloging" section, you can tell CDFinder for which types of files you wish to have a thumbnail, and what size it should have. The Media-Info is even more extensive, and covers video, photo, as well as audio files. But CDFinder can do a lot more! During cataloging, it can peek inside compressed archive files to gather their content, detecting ZIP, RAR, TAR, and other formats. CDFinder is even the first cataloger on the Mac that can catalog the contents of disk image files for you! And sometimes there is unwanted information you don't need, so you can ignore things like invisible files or folders, icon and alias files, or the contents of bundles or file packages, such as applications, to speed up cataloging and to create a cleaner catalog. That wasn't all yet! CDFinder can attach a serial number to any new catalog - making filing large numbers of disks easier, and CDFinder can even catalog version info of files and their Spotlight or Finder comments. CDFinder can also generate a FileCheck value for every file it catalogs. That is powerful if you are concerned about long time storage. At any time, you can ask CDFinder to verify these FileCheck values either for a particular file, or for an entire catalog, and you can then check that all files are in fact unchanged and safely stored. At last, you can control how much depth CDFinder catalogs. If you just need the top level items on your disks, set this up here. You can set all these preferences either globally, using the CDFinder Preferences window, but you can also tell CDFinder to show you these cataloging specific preferences for each volume you catalog. Just use this checkbox here, or hold down the Command key just before a cataloging process begins in CDFinder. Then you will see these options again, but they will then only apply to the disk you are about to catalog. And there is one more thing: If you have changed the content of a disk, you can ask CDFinder to update an existing catalog by selecting it, and using the "Update Catalog" in the File menu. Then, CDFinder will quickly run over the disk, update everything, while keeping your comments and labels for files and folders in that catalog alive. CDFinder - The Search is Over!
Views: 9417 GeoFinder2009
CDFinder QuickStart Tutorial
 
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https://www.cdfinder.de CDFinder is now called NeoFinder, and with a new Adobe XMP Editor, NeoFinder now really rocks! CDFinder QuickStart Guide This is a quick introduction about what CDFinder does and how to use it. CDFinder is a digital asset management tool. Aaaah-ha. What that really means is that CDFinder knows where all your files are, digital photos, movie files, songs, documents, and so on. You say: Well, that is what Spotlight is doing? Right, but what about the files on external disks? As soon as you disconnect or unmount a disk from your Mac, Spotlight forgets about it immediately. But CDFinder remembers! So CDFinder is meant for your disk Library, your Archive, and Backup disks. And dont let the name CDFinder fool you, this mighty software catalogs anything that you can hook up to your Mac, hard disks, server volumes, iPods, USB Sticks, DVDs, CDs, and much more. Here is an example: You need to find a song named Give A Little Bit by Roger Hodgson (formerly Supertramp). You can simply type that name into the QuickFind field, hit return, and voila, here are the results. Of course, there are also non-song files here, because CDFinder will search each and every piece of information it got for that name. Now, it would be very cool if you could ask CDFinder only to show you song files with Give A Little Bit as the title, and even maybe also just songs of Roger Hodgson as the artist, omitting the tracks he did with Supertramp. Here you go. It is that simple! The cool Inspector window here shows you all the details that CDFinder knows about every selected item, also including all metadata. And Music isnt the only part in which CDFinder excels. What about photos? Youll get an entire set of powerful search options, including all EXIF and IPTC tags, of course. Movies? Sure! It is all there for you. So, how does CDFinder work its magic? You need to let CDFinder catalog every one of your disks once. CDFinder will quickly gather information about every item on the disk, and a lot of additional metadata that makes it easier for you to find your stuff later. And before you start cataloging, you really want to have a look at the CDFinder Preferences, and especially the Cataloging section. All these settings here greatly influence the cataloging speed, but also the amount of data that CDFinder has available to find your stuff. Then catalog your disks, one by one, simply drag it in, and CDFinder will catalog it. Or if you have an entire stack of disks, use the Batch Cataloging, and feed the disks, and let CDFinder catalog and then eject them for you. Very easy! What can you do if you have changed some files on an cataloged disk? Simply let CDFinder Update its catalog by selecting the catalog in CDFinder, and using the Update Catalog command. Then CDFinder will quickly go over the disk and pick up the changes. That is really simple. This was just an introduction. CDFinder can do so much more for you. We have more Video Tutorials for you, an excellent Users Guide for those who still read, and other cool resources in the Help menu of CDFinder And now enjoy this amazing library manager! CDFinder - The Search is Over!
Views: 17330 GeoFinder2009
Geotagging with NeoFinder
 
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Geotag your photos with NeoFinder Geotags are GPS coordinates attached to photos. That way, you will always know WHERE the photo was taken. You can use the MAP in NeoFinder to add that valuable piece of information to your photos. This process is called GEOTAGGING, and it is quite simple. #1 Add Geotags My photos are stored in this nice folder structure, so let me first catalog them quickly. Today I still remember where I had taken these photos, so I will use that memory to tag them. First, find that place on the Map. "Utah State Capitol" Then select the photo, and use the red Geotag button here. Place the red pin on the map where it belongs, and hit "Write geotag". Or you can also just double click into the map at that time. That was it. Of course, this works for multiple selected photos as well. That is really easy, right? #2 Copy and paste Geotags If you have photos with a proper geotag already, just copy it to the clipboard. Then PASTE it to one or multiple selected photos. Really quick! #3 Delete Geotags Sometimes, a geotag is simply in the wrong place, so you can DELETE it with NeoFinder, using the context menu. Afterwards, add the correct geotag, using the map in NeoFinder. #4 Use Google Earth You can even use Google Earth to set the location! I have used a special cross-hair KMZ in Google Earth to make it easy to center the display properly, because that exact center is what NeoFinder will be using. Select a photo in NeoFinder, and use the context menu to set the Geotag for that photo from the current location in Google Earth. Done. #5 Find! But why all the work? Because you can find your photos that way! Regardless of the name of the photo file, or in which folder or disk this photo is placed, NeoFinder can find it for you. Select the area of the map you are interested in, and hit the Find button HERE. NeoFinder will immediately show you all photos and movies taken in the visible map region. We call that cool feature the GeoFinder. ;-) #6 Wikipedia Inspector Another super special bonus feature of NeoFinder is the cool Wikipedia Inspector. Even if you know where you took a photo, you may still not know actually WHAT is ON the photo! But Wikipedia very likely knows that. Open the Wikipedia Inspector, and select a photo with a geotag. NeoFinder will show you articles of places near the photo location. You can even copy the description into your photo with a single click. Isn't that cool? Thank you for watching this NeoFinder Video Tutorial, and happy geotagging!
Views: 178 GeoFinder2009
CDFinder - Find your Files
 
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https://www.cdfinder.de CDFinder is now called NeoFinder, and with a new Adobe XMP Editor, NeoFinder now rocks even more! CDFinder is the powerful yet easy-to-use Digital Asset Manager for Macintosh and Windows http://www.cdwinder.de The software catalogs any type of data (photos, movies, songs, documents), on any device (hard disk, CD, DVD, Blu-ray, USB sticks, server volumes, iPods, etc.) and offers powerful Find features to quickly locate your data. The extensive support of metadata (Adobe XMP, EXIF, IPTC, MP3, and more) also increases the abilities to locate our files anywhere. - Find your stuff with CDFinder The whole purpose of CDFinder is to find and locate your digital photos, movies, songs and other files, regardless of where they are actually stored.. To help you with that, there are plenty of ways to find your files. The first one is located right in the main window, called Quick Find. Type in what you are looking for, in this example search for "Supertramp". Hit return, and CDFinder shows you everything it knows about this famous Pop band. As you see, this includes songs, photos, and other items. Did you notice that CDFinder even found items that don't have the term Supertramp in their name? That is because Quick Find searches all fields in the database. In this case, the MP3 tags of this song file contained the band name in the Artist field. If you need more control over what CDFinder finds for you, the Find window is the place to go. Here you can set up the parameters for any query that CDFinder can handle. First, in this menu, you define in which catalogs CDFinder will search, either in all of them, or in those with a particular label, or in any selected catalog, or just the already found items or the catalog info. Then you set up what you are looking for. "Any Text contains" is essentially the same as the Quick Find. So let's get fancy: Tell CDFinder we only wish to see photos in our result. Here we go! Lots of concert photos of Roger Hodgson, the founder of Supertramp. Switch back the Kind to "Song" and get only music as the result. Some of my song files even already have cover art and lyrics! Then change the Type to Picture again, and in the first parameter, tell it to Find IPTC "Caption contains" Arizona. Surprisingly, we see photos taken at Pearl Harbour, Hawai'i. But the Inspector quickly tells us that this is the memorial of the battleship Arizona. Aha! Do yourself a favor and look at all the Find parameters that CDFinder offers for you. There are file name related options, anything you need for photos, IPTC, EXIF, plenty of stuff for audio (MP3 tags), the duration of songs and video, and much more. And since you can have up to 16 parameters in a single query, you will definitely be able to build the most intricate queries ever. One especially mighty option is the Path parameter, as that allows you to find any items located in certain folders and all their subfolders. Combined with other parameters, that is very helpful in locating files of a particular client, for example. And as a special treat, CDFinder even searches the Spotlight database of local files for you, if you wish. So you get the best of both worlds in one place! But that wasn't all! There is more! Use the context menu for any file, and you get a whole set of custom Find options to locate similar items. For photos, that contains date, name, and GPS options. For songs, the Find context menu contains artist, title, and album based stuff. This allows you to quickly search for related materials in CDFinder. Now, what can you do with the Found Items? Well, simply drag a photo from CDFinder into Apples Pages, or Microsoft Office, or Adobe inDesign to place it on the current document. Or drag a file into the Finder to copy it to that location. Or just hit the space bar in Leopard to open the QuickLook window for the file, if it is currently online. Or export all geotagged photos as KMZ. Or just reveal the file in the Finder. Or upload photos to the Locr community. You get the picture... And that isn't even all! CDFinder can launch a Find operation by using AppleScript, so you can for example access your CDFinder catalogs from a FileMaker Database. Also, CDFinder understands several URL query commands. Just click on one of the special links next to this video as an example. CDFinder - The Search is Over!
Views: 6106 GeoFinder2009
Organize your songs with MP3-Info CMM for Apples Finder
 
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NOTE: New version of MP3-Info for Mac OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g6XygNwb8N4
Views: 4182 GeoFinder2009
GeoFinder Overview (en)
 
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https://www.cdfinder.de CDFinder is now called NeoFinder, and with a new Adobe XMP Editor, NeoFinder now rocks even more! The new innovative GeoFinder in CDFinder 5.5 helps you to find photos taken at any place on earth.It uses the GPS location embedded in photos, and offers a whole new dimension when searching huge amounts of photos. CDFinder http://www.cdfinder.de is a Digital Asset Manager for Macintosh and Windows http://www.cdwinder.de The software catalogs any type of data (photos, movies, songs, documents), on any device (hard disk, CD, DVD, Blu-ray, USB sticks, server volumes, iPods, etc.) and offers powerful Find features to quickly locate your data. The extensive support of metadata (Adobe XMP, EXIF, IPTC, MP3, and more) also increases the abilities to locate our files anywhere.
Views: 1779 GeoFinder2009
CDFinder 5.6.1 New Features!
 
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https://www.cdfinder.de CDFinder is now called NeoFinder, and with a new Adobe XMP Editor, NeoFinder now really rocks! CDFinder is the powerful and easy-to-use Digital Asset Manager for Macintosh and Windows http://www.cdwinder.de This amazing software catalogs any type of data (photos, movies, songs, documents), on any device (hard disk, CD, DVD, Blu-ray, USB sticks, server volumes, iPods, etc.) and offers powerful Find features to quickly locate your data. The extensive support of metadata (Adobe XMP, EXIF, IPTC, MP3, and more) also increases the abilities to locate our files anywhere. - Text Transcription: Welcome to the New Features of CDFinder 5.6.1 This new version of CDFinder has some very exciting new abilities. First of all, you can now catalog Elgato EyeTV Recordings. You will get a thumbnail of every recorded TV show or movie, and also the entire set of metadata, such as the EPG description, actors, year, episode, and so on. Some of my own recordings here dont have a thumbnail yet, they were recorded with the older EyeTV 2 software, and I havent watched them yet. Wow. Still a lot of watching to do! You still get the metadata for these anyway. It is all here for you to Find it! Just make sure that you have enabled the cataloging of previews and media info of video files in the CDFinder Preferences. The second very cool new feature in CDFinder 5.6.1 is that the GeoFinder uses OpenStreetMap now. The older world image is still available, if you have no internet connection, but the street level map is just so much better. Type in a name, here San Francisco, and you will see a map of the city. Zoom into the map, or drag it around. Click in the map to place the center for a new search. Select a proper distance for the search, and remember that CDFinder can even search your iPhoto collection as well. Hit GeoFind, and you will see all your photos taken near that place immediately. The iPhoto results have a small iPhoto icon attached to them, while to regular CDFinder items use the red GeoTag Icon. To dramatically improve the integration with iPhoto, you can now double click any iPhoto result in CDFinder, and CDFinder will open iPhoto, and display the selected photo for you! Isnt that amazing? That also works with the context menu in CDFinder, just use the new Show in iPhoto command here. The last new feature I want to show you, are two additional templates for Cover Print. One of them will fit the Avery sticker templates for the US Letter page format, and the second one allows you to print directly to the HP PhotoSmart Direct Print. All from within CDFinder! So these are the new features of CDFinder 5.6.1, a free update to all CDFinder 5 users! Enjoy!
Views: 3274 GeoFinder2009
CDFinder für Macintosh - Eine Kurze Einführung
 
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http://www.cdfinder.de/de/ CDFinder Einführung Dies ist eine kurze Einführung in die Fähigkeiten und Benutzung von CDFinder. CDFinder ist ein Digital Asset Manager. Ah-ja. In Deutsch heißt das, CDFinder weiß genau, wo sich Ihre Bilder, Musik, Filmdateien, und Dokumente aller Art befinden. Jetzt sagen Sie, das ist doch, wofür Spotlight gut ist, oder? Genau, aber was ist mit Ihren externen Festplatten und anderen Datenträgern? Sobald Sie diese aus Ihrem Mac auswerfen oder abstöpseln, ist es vorbei mit Spotlight, weil Spotlight die Daten dann sofort vergißt. Doof. CDFinder dagegen merkt sich alles! Damit katalogisieren Sie also Ihre digitale Bibliothek, Ihr Archiv und Ihr Backup. Und lassen Sie sich nicht vom Namen CDFinder verwirren, denn das Programm katalogisiert so ziemlich alles, was Sie ihm vorwerfen, interne und externe Festplatten, USB-Sticks, iPods, Server-Volumes, DVDs, CDs, Blu-ray Disks, FTP-Server, und so weiter. Hier jetzt ein Beispiel: Nehmen wir an, Sie suchen den Song Give A Little Bit von Roger Hodgson (Gründer von Supertramp). Tippen Sie dazu einfach den Text in das Feld Einfaches Finden und nach einem beherzten Druck auf die Return-Taste zeigt Ihnen CDFinder sofort alle Treffer! Cool, oder? Gefunden wurden auch Filme und andere Dateien, weil CDFinder erst mal nach allem sucht, was er finden kann. Jetzt wäre es natürlich richtig gut, wenn ich CDFinder genauer sagen könnte, wonach ich denn nun suche. Geht! Einfach das Finden-Fenster öffnen, dann die Art auf Musikstück setzen, dann eine weitere Zeile anfügen mit Audio Künstler enthält Roger Hodgson und Audio Titel enthält Give A Little Bit, und los gehts. Das war doch nicht schwer, oder? Der Inspektor zeigt Ihnen hier alle Informationen an, die CDFinder zu jedem ausgewählten Element in seiner Datenbank hat, also auch alle bekannten Metadaten. Musik ist natürlich nicht der einzige Bereich, in dem CDFinder punkten kann. Was ist mit Photos? Aber sicher! CDFinder erkennt natürlich die EXIF und IPTC Zusatzinfos von Bildern, und bietet mächtige Suchfunktionen dafür. Filmdateien? Klar! Alles da! Aber wie funktioniert das jetzt genau? CDFinder katalogisiert jede Ihrer Disks einmal und weiß dann genau für jede Datei und jeden Ordner, was wo ist. Die ganzen Zusatzinformationen helfen Ihnen dann, Ihre Daten schneller zu finden. Bevor Sie jetzt mit dem Katalogisieren beginnen, noch kurz ein Besuch bei den Einstellungen, speziell der Bereich Katalogisieren. Jede dieser Einstellungen hat großen Einfluss auf die Katalogisierungsgeschwindigkeit, aber auch auf die Menge an Zusatzdaten, die Ihnen dann für die Suche zur Verfügung stehen. Jetzt katalogisieren Sie ihre Datenträger; einfach per Drag&Drop das Symbol in das Fenster von CDFinder werfen. Das geht übrigens auch mit mehreren gleichzeitig Oder, wenn Sie einen ganzen Berg an Disks zu verarbeiten haben, benutzen Sie doch die Stapel-Katalogisierung. Dann schnappt sich CDFinder automatisch jedes neu auftauchende Volume, katalogisiert es, und wirft es hinterher wieder aus. Ganz einfach! Ihr Praktikant wird sich freuen! Was passiert, wenn Sie ein paar Dateien auf einer katalogisierten Disk geändert haben? Klicken Sie den Katalog in CDFinder an, und wählen Sie im Menü Katalog aktualisieren. In Windeseile geht CDFinder durch den Inhalt der Disk, und sammelt die Änderungen ein. Dies war nur eine kurze Einführung. CDFinder kann eine Menge mehr für Sie tun. Wir haben einige weitere Video-Tutorials, Hilfe auf der CDFinder Webseite und ein umfangreiches, wenn auch Englisches, Handbuch. Und jetzt viel Spaß mit CDFinder beim Katalogisieren und Aufspüren Ihrer Daten! CDFinder - The Search is Over!
Views: 6064 GeoFinder2009
GeoFinder Übersicht (de)
 
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Der neue GeoFinder in CDFinder 5.5 erlaubt eine innovative Suche von Photos, die an einem bestimmten Ort auf der Erde aufgenommen wurden. CDFinder http://www.cdfinder.de ist ein Digital Asset Manager für den Macintosh und als CDWinder auch für Windows http://www.cdwinder.de . Die Software kann Daten aller Art (Photos, Songs, Filme, Dokumente) auf Datenträgern aller Art (Festplatten, CDs, DVDs, USB-Sticks, Server Volumes, etc.) katalogisieren und schnell finden. Durch die umfassende Unterstützung vom Metadaten (XMP, IPTC, EXIF, MP3, etc.) wird die Suche erleichtert.
Views: 791 GeoFinder2009
Photokina 2010: Geotagging Teil 1
 
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http://www.cdfinder.de/de und http://www.gps-camera.eu/ Auf Einladung von SPECTARIS http://www.spectaris.de/, dem Verband der Hightech-Industrie, zeigen hier Diplom-Informatiker Norbert M. Doerner (Chefentwickler von CDFinder) und Diplom-Geograf Sebastian Hofer die neuesten Trends beim Geotagging von Fotos und Filmen. Der Vortrag fand statt am 22. September 2010 auf der größten Photomesse Europas, der Photokina in Köln. Die Folien der Präsentation gibt es als PDF hier: http://www.gps-camera.eu/neuigkeiten/1-aktuelle-nachrichten/295-photokina-geotagging-vortrag-von-cdfinder-und-gps-cameraeu.html Teil 2 ist hier: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dDYTq4RAqBA
Views: 359 GeoFinder2009
CDFinder 5.7 Introduction - New Features
 
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https://www.cdfinder.de CDFinder is now called NeoFinder, and with a new Adobe XMP Editor, NeoFinder now really rocks! Welcome to the New Features of CDFinder 5.7 Hi, my name is Norbert M. Doerner, and I am the developer of CDFinder. I am very proud to present you the brand new CDFinder 5.7, the best disk cataloger ever! The new features in groups: Audio CDFinder has always supported MP3, AAC (those iTunes files), AIFF, and Windows WAVE files. Due to popular demand, we have added two more formats: FLAC (the free audio lossless codec), and ALAC (Apples own lossless codec). Of course, CDFinder catalogs all important metadata, the duration, tags, artist, and even cover art and lyrics. Cool! Documents A nice thumbnail is worth more than a thousand words, so CDFinder now has thumbnails for even more document formats. Apple Pages and Keynote, Microsoft PowerPoint, Adobe InDesign, and even Quark XPress. Isn't that nice? How about text files? Wouldn't it be cool if CDFinder could peek into those as well and give you a small preview, so you have an idea what is in the file? Yes, that would be cool and CDFinder can now do that! Supported formats include .doc and .docx from Microsoft Office, TXT, RTF, NFO and textClipping files. CDFinder will read the first 256 characters, display them in the Inspector, and of course search them. Turn that on in the Cataloging Preferences here! Photos One important new feature you hopefully won't even see is the new metadata cataloger in CDFinder, it is much more stable now. And you can finally export photos directly from CDFinder! Select a couple of them, open the context menu, and "Export Photos to...". Then tell CDFinder where to place them, what format and size you want, and if you need metadata. That's all! Hit Export, and CDFinder will just write them, all ready be to uploaded to web services, or sent by email, or whatever. QuickLook is back! Apple has gone through great length to make it impossible for Carbon apps to open the QuickLook window in Snow Leopard. But hey, a challenge is a challenge, and so again in CDFinder 5.7, all you have to do is select some files that are currently online, it the Space bar, and voila, QuickLook is back! Cataloging We have improved cataloging a lot. Not only does CDFinder 5.7 gather more and better metadata, as you saw, but updating very large catalogs is now a LOT faster than before. And we are talking million files here, for the huge server disks that CDFinder makes searchable. For those, we keep getting requests for some form of automatic and time controlled updating of catalogs. Well, we didn't want to add a complex calendar user interface to CDFinder, so we figured that iCal is a decent calendar, and iCal is able to schedule Automator Actions. So, CDFinder 5.7 now has an Automator Action to catalog or update any disk. And with iCal, you can schedule that in any way you want. Splendid. There will be a special video tutorial about that soon. We have also improved cataloging of folders. You knew that CDFinder can also catalog just folders, right? Anyway, if you catalog a folder, CDFinder will now display the data size of all items in that folder properly, and it will also grab any custom icon of that folder for the CDFinder catalog icon. Nice. Geotagging The cool GeoFinder is the tool to search for photos taken at specific locations, and we figured its beautiful map would be the perfect choice to add fresh geotags to your photos as well. So, here it goes: Hit a place in GeoFinder, select a couple of photos in your catalog, and open the context menu. There it is: "Set GPS Location from GeoFinder". It is that simple. CDFinder will not only update its catalog with the new coordinates, but write it into your photo files as well! (RAW included!) And uh, if you use Google Earth, yeah, CDFinder can read the current position from that as well. And who discovers another nice enhancement in GeoFinder? And there is one more thing! Domo Arigato! CDFinder is now translated into Japanese as well! Not that I would understand a single word, sorry, but it sure looks nice, and is very helpful for our Japanese CDFinder users, of course. Uh, I lied, there are many more things in CDFinder 5.7, little details and improvements. Please check them out in the CDFinder Blog, and just try them yourself! OK, here is another one: Select a photo, and open the Copy context menu. Look at that! You can now copy the preview, the thumbnail. Excellent. Could we use that as the icon of a catalog? Yep, we can! Open the Get Info window, hit "Paste Icon", done. Now is that cool, or what? Thanks for watching, and I hope you will enjoy the new CDFinder as much as I do! CDFinder - The Search is Over!
Views: 4860 GeoFinder2009
CDFinder GPS Übersicht (de)
 
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CDFinder bietet eine sehr umfassende Unterstützung von Photos mit GPS-Daten oder Geotags. Neben der auch in anderen Programmen möglichen Anzeige der GPS-Koordinate unterstützt CDFinder auch die Höhenangabe, oder den Blickwinkel der Geotags. Zusätzlich zur komfortablen Suche im GeoFinder können Bilder ins KMZ-Format exportiert werden, die Position in Google Earth oder in einem von zahlreichen Web-Services angezeigt, oder die Photos nach Locr.com hochgeladen werden. CDFinder http://www.cdfinder.de ist ein Digital Asset Manager für den Macintosh und als CDWinder auch für Windows http://www.cdwinder.de . Die Software kann Daten aller Art (Photos, Songs, Filme, Dokumente) auf Datenträgern aller Art (Festplatten, CDs, DVDs, USB-Sticks, Server Volumes, etc.) katalogisieren und schnell finden. Durch die umfassende Unterstützung vom Metadaten (XMP, IPTC, EXIF, MP3, etc.) wird die Suche erleichtert.
Views: 977 GeoFinder2009
Photokina 2010: Geotagging Teil 2
 
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http://www.cdfinder.de/de und http://www.gps-camera.eu/ Auf Einladung von SPECTARIS http://www.spectaris.de/, dem Verband der Hightech-Industrie, zeigen hier Diplom-Informatiker Norbert M. Doerner (Chefentwickler von CDFinder) und Diplom-Geograf Sebastian Hofer die neuesten Trends beim Geotagging von Fotos und Filmen. Der Vortrag fand statt am 22. September 2010 auf der größten Photomesse Europas, der Photokina in Köln. Die Folien der Präsentation gibt es als PDF hier: http://www.gps-camera.eu/neuigkeiten/1-aktuelle-nachrichten/295-photokina-geotagging-vortrag-von-cdfinder-und-gps-cameraeu.html Teil 1 ist hier: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zxQlFKmURqU
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CDFinder Interview
 
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http://www.cdfinder.de Interview mit dem CDFinder-Entwickler Norbert M. Doerner über CDFinder allgemein, die Kunden von CDFinder, und der Geotagging-Unterstützung (GeoFinder) im neuen CDFinder 5.5 CDFinder http://www.cdfinder.de ist der Digital Asset Manager für den Macintosh und als CDWinder auch für Windows http://www.cdwinder.de . Die Software kann Daten aller Art (Photos, Songs, Filme, Dokumente) auf Datenträgern aller Art (Festplatten, CDs, DVDs, USB-Sticks, Server Volumes, etc.) katalogisieren und schnell finden. Durch die umfassende Unterstützung vom Metadaten (XMP, IPTC, EXIF, MP3, etc.) wird die Suche erleichtert. Das Interview wurde realisiert von Martin Sassenberg http://www.masa-media.de
Views: 3038 GeoFinder2009
"Das intelligente Bild"
 
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Wie man Geotags in Photos schlau nutzen kann. März 2010 Mit Dipl.-Inform. Norbert M. Doerner http://www.cdfinder.de/de/
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CDFinder - KMZ Export (de)
 
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CDFinder 5.5 kann Photos mit Geotags auch in das populäre KMZ-Format exportieren. CDFinder http://www.cdfinder.de ist ein Digital Asset Manager für den Macintosh und als CDWinder auch für Windows http://www.cdwinder.de . Die Software kann Daten aller Art (Photos, Songs, Filme, Dokumente) auf Datenträgern aller Art (Festplatten, CDs, DVDs, USB-Sticks, Server Volumes, etc.) katalogisieren und schnell finden. Durch die umfassende Unterstützung vom Metadaten (XMP, IPTC, EXIF, MP3, etc.) wird die Suche erleichtert.
Views: 874 GeoFinder2009

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