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    Thread: Looking for a Good Embroidery file sorting and viewing program. ? Embird? Others?

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      Default Looking for a Good Embroidery file sorting and viewing program. ? Embird? Others?

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      Looking for a good Embroidery file sorting and viewing program. ? Embird? Others? Suggestions?

      I have a very large library of embroidery files. They're sorted by Designers, then by subject. Also have a running spreadsheet for all these files. Heard that there are programs out there, that you can organize your files in and view as contact sheets. Not having to open every folder to see what is in them.

      What a "View and sort only" program. Don't need a lot of bells and whistles, unless they're needed for the program to function. What are you folks using out there?

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      Hi sek,

      My Editor is good for viewing which will help you sort and file. It's free.

      https://www.wingsxp.com/index.php/my_editor

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      Sek, I sort my designs as I obtain them. Since I have jef format, I can view them in a program that came with my machine, but I do have to open each folder to see them. You can also get a mini view if using Windows by changing Your View in each folder, but again you need to open each folder. If I want a more detailed view, I use My Editor as Maggie mentioned.
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      I have a program called CatalogIt. It is exactly that-a cataloging program, it comes with a bunch of preset categories but you can add your own as well. You can do easy searches and sorts, you can see the image of all designs plus if you click on the picture you can then select ?go to design ? or ?open folder containing design?

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      Sek, I sort my designs as I obtain them. Since I have jef format, I can view them in a program that came with my machine, but I do have to open each folder to see them. You can also get a mini view if using Windows by changing Your View in each folder, but again you need to open each folder. If I want a more detailed view, I use My Editor as Maggie mentioned.

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      Hi, SEK!

      I found out about Embird, purchased it, and have never regretted it. It is one of the least expensive programs out there, but it does as much if not more than some of the others.

      I can't compare it to most of the other softwares out there, but it does what I need it to do. It does all the "basics" such as converting designs, changing colors, resizing, rotating, you can edit designs, combine designs, you can watch how your design is going to sew out, print templates, print a thread color list, search for designs. You can even create a jpeg image of your design, so if you wanted to show someone that doesn't have embroidery software what a design looks like, just create a jpeg, and send it to them.

      And the trial version of Embird is the same as the full version, the only limits that are on the program is either 30 days, or 100 uses.
      sincerely yours, Kate

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