|Jan 23, 2013, 05:48 PM||#1|
Media Database App
I have a large database with media of all kind (Images, Vectors, Fonts, Audios, Videos, Texts, ...) and am looking for a good app to manage and navigate through all my files. Currently I am using Adobe Bridge CS6 but it very slow for my needs. I tried Pixa which was suprisingly fast, but had not all the functions I need. The apps also doesn't show files it doesn't support, like audio files.
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