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Ralf Jurrien : June 28th 2007 - 15:03 CET

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Digital DomainProfessional photographic printing software : Digital Domain is pleased to announce an upgrade to our professional photographic printing software in Qimage v2007.200. Our Studio Edition now offers full color managed support for raw photos from more than 250 cameras! Studio Edition users will be able to create final prints from raw photos, print contact sheets, preview/rate them, and batch convert to other image formats without having to open, tweak, and save individual photos in raw developing tools. While not intended to replace your favorite raw developing tool, you may find yourself using Qimage to rate, view, and print many raw photos that don’t need extensive corrections like exposure correction, fill light etc..
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With this upgrade, the Pro and Studio Editions also get a handy new image rating system that allows users to quickly rate and sort photos! The rating system comes with added benefits for Studio Edition users who will be able to quickly tag, sort, and move their raw photos, reducing the amount of time spent working images in raw developing tools. And don’t worry, if you are interested in raw support and you currently own the Lite or Pro Editions, our trade-up program will allow you to move up to higher editions by just paying the price difference between editions, so you never lose money by having to start over!

Photographic printing - Raw support
Qimage now supports raw image formats for over 250 cameras in the Studio Edition. While not intended to replace your raw conversion tool of choice, Qimage does offer full color managed support and even offers the ability to use custom profiles by doing nothing more than creating an ICC profile, naming it with your camera model, and dropping the file into the “profiles” folder. With the ability to print contact sheets of your raw images, rate them (see below), and create final prints, you may find yourself using Qimage to process many of your raw images while reserving more powerful developing tools for correcting exposure, rebalancing, etc. only when necessary. Note that the Lite and Pro editions do not support raw image formats, so if you need support for raw image formats, consider a trade-up from Lite or Pro.

Photographic printing - New image rating system
Rate all your images with a 1-5 rating quickly and easily, and even sort thumbnails by rating. Image ratings appear on thumbnails so you can quickly move through the images you want. Note that this option is not available in the Lite Edition.

Photographic printing - Color management upgrade
The color management engine has been upgraded with a faster, more efficient version. Printer color management - Convenient new entry in the “Prtr ICC” dropdown to select “Let printer/driver manage color”.





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