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Wish you could open sequences in fcheck by simply double-clicking the first frame of the sequence in your file browser? This program does that. It automatically detects the image sequence frame range and opens the sequence in fcheck. Only for windows. It includes some .reg files to associate popular file types with ncheck, otherwise you can set up the associations manually. You can also run it from the command line:
fixed a few bugs regarding modified dates and seqences with multiple dots in the filename