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Ralf Jurrien : May 26th 2007 - 23:29 CET

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NewsResize my photos software : Software Company Pixel Dragons Ltd, specialists in batch digital image processing announces their latest update for Just Resize My Photos 1.2.0 software. Having received customer feedback on the prior version of Just Resize My PhotosT coupled with Pixel Dragons commitment to meeting customer requirements some additional features have been added increasing the versatility of the product. Along with the current set of image files supported by Just Resize My Photos two additional file formats have been added. Just Resize My Photos now also supports opening CMYK JPEG’s and TIFF files and a wide range of RAW camera formats including .NEF, .RAW, .CRW and more.
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Other improvements made include an image watermark setting where by users can use an image as a watermark and have it appear on every digital image selected for processing. As the name of the product implies Just Resize My Photos resizes images and some improvements have been made in this area primarily to streamline the resizing process for the user. Users can now select a resize option from a list of default settings that will automatically apply pre-set parameters on processing.

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Processed images are then suitable for submission to Ebay, to an online blog, or can be used as a thumbnail or can be attached to an e-mail. A default setting has been added for each of these common image needs. And finally in order to help with the organization process required when processing large numbers of digital images, the newly created processed images can now be saved directly into a sub-folder residing within the original folder containing the original unprocessed images. A trial version of the product is immediately available for download. The purchase price for one user licence is $19.99.

About Pixel Dragons
Family owned Pixel Dragons Ltd was founded in 2006 by two brothers-in-law with an aim to provide high quality batch image processing software applications.





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