Finder: Quick Look plugins

Finder: Quick Look plugins

Here are the repositories with a comprehensive list of Quick Look plugins:

A list of plugins with brief descriptions

Install all of them using the command:

brew install qlmarkdown qlstephen qlimagesize avifquicklook qlvideo quicklook-json betterzip qlcolorcode
# reload quick look generators
qlmanage -r

Nyx0uf/qlImageSize: QuickLook and Spotlight plugins to display the dimensions, size and DPI of an image in the title bar instead of the filename. Also preview some unsupported formats like WebP & bpg. and it also provides a preview for WebP, eliminating the need for a separate plugin like emin/WebPQuickLook.

dreampiggy/AVIFQuickLook: AVIF QuickLook plugin on macOS.

For various video formats, Marginal/QLVideo: This package allows macOS Finder to display thumbnails, static QuickLook previews, cover art and metadata for most types of video files. is responsible.

sbarex/QLMarkdown: macOS Quick Look extension for Markdown files..

whomwah/qlstephen: A QuickLook plugin that lets you view plain text files without a file extension.

quick look JSON is excellent for JSON.

For archives of various types, the BetterZip Quick Look plugin is excellent, although I believe it is a complete package.

For code preview, either anthonygelibert/QLColorCode: QuickLook plugin for source code with syntax highlighting. or sbarex/SourceCodeSyntaxHighlight: Quick Look extension for highlight source code files on macOS 10.15 and later. can be used, but I haven’t made a decision yet.

date 08. Sep 2023 | modified 29. Dec 2023
filename: macOS » Finder » Quick Look