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vvvP 1.0 released

vvvP (Virtual Volumes View, Photo Edition) is a program that catalogs photographs, both in removable devices and in hard disks at the same time. Images can also be arranged in a single, virtual file system. Each folder of this file system can contain images from many disks.
vvvP is available for Windows, Linux and for OS X (Intel only). It is possible to share catalogs among many networked computers. ... read more

Posted by Fulvio Senore 2011-06-21

vvvP 0.95 released

vvvP (Virtual Volumes View, Photo Edition) is a program that catalogs photographs, both in removable devices and in hard disks at the same time. Images can also be arranged in a single, virtual file system. Each folder of this file system can contain images from many disks.
vvvP is available for Windows, Linux and for OS X (Intel only). It is possible to share catalogs among many networked computers. ... read more

Posted by Fulvio Senore 2010-01-18

vvvP 0.9 released

vvvP (Virtual Volumes View, Photo Edition) is a program that catalogs photographs, both in removable devices and in hard disks at the same time. Images can also be arranged in a single, virtual file system. Each folder of this file system can contain images from many disks.
vvvP is available for Windows, Linux and for OS X (Intel only). It is possible to share catalogs among many networked computers. ... read more

Posted by Fulvio Senore 2009-12-21

vvvP 0.85 released

vvvP (Virtual Volumes View, Photo Edition) is a program that Catalogs photographs, both in removable devices and in hard disks at the same time. Images can also be arranged in a single, virtual file system. Each folder of this file system can contain images from many disks.
vvvP is available for Windows, Linux and for OS X (Intel only). It is possible to share catalogs among many networked computers. ... read more

Posted by Fulvio Senore 2009-11-10

vvvP 0.8 released

vvvP is a program that catalogs digital images, both in removable devices and in hard disks at the same time.
Images can also be arranged in a single, virtual file system. Each folder of this file system can contain images from many disks.
It is also possible to view the images directly from the program.
vvvP is available for Linux, OS X (Intel only) and Windows. It is possible to share catalogs among many networked computers.... read more

Posted by Fulvio Senore 2009-10-09