418 - Diffractor
An application that enables you to manage your multimedia files, by allowing you to rotate, resize or rename images and videos in batch
Diffractor enables you to organize your multimedia files easily and manage your collections without a lot of hassle. Designed by a photography aficionado for professional photographers, Diffractor provides the workflow you need to get all your videos and photos in order.
Built-in search and filters
There is no need to install Diffractor and the main window is revealed as soon as you double-click on the main executable.
The straightforward GUI provides a large preview area and quick navigation tools, allowing you to quickly jump to another location on your computer. Several file formats are supported, including RAW photos, without having to install additional dependencies.
A few predefined filters are available in the sidebar (Christmas pictures, with the creation date at the time of Christmas, photos in the Windows default libraries, duplicates and so on.). Furthermore, you can perform searches using any metadata attributes to find the files you are looking for.
Image comparison, grouping and editing
A folder containing pictures and other multimedia files displays all its contents in preview mode. Images can be easily moved or copied, renamed or deleted. Images can be assigned labels and ratings. Pinning an image is possible, which comes in handy if you want to compare an item with others. Images can be sorted and grouped by various criteria.
The main purpose of Diffractor is to organize media files with ease but it also comes with basic graphic editing tools. You can straighten the image and adjust the color parameters (vibrance, darkness, midtones, light, contrast, brightness, saturation). Diffractor also allows metadata editing for pictures on your computer.
Organize your multimedia files with ease
Diffractor helps you manage your media collection efficiently, group similar images together and keep your pictures organized. It comes with filters, sorting and grouping options that make it possible to handle large collections that include both regular and raw images