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Softpedia reviews Microsoft Max

Mark Peters : 2005-09-21 23:55:00
Softpedia reviews Microsoft Max : Softpedia, the online Encyclopedia of free software downloads, reviewed Microsoft Max software. Microsoft Max is a new way of handling your digital images, according to Microsoft: "It isn't a product, it is a total new user experience." The new Max from Microsoft creates new exciting digital photo albums. Softpedia's articles states that with just a few clicks you will be able to create lists of your favorite photos and arrange them in the layout of your choice. Even if the list of your favorite photos contains several subfolders, the images are still displayed as they were only in one folder. As to user-friendliness the Microsoft Max seems to be ok, although some faster actions will be appreciated.


Ulead ships MediaStudio Pro 8 editing Software

Mark Peters : 2005-09-21 22:50:00
Ulead ships MediaStudio Pro 8 video editing Software : Ulead today announced it has started shipping Ulead MediaStudio Pro 8, the latest version of Ulead's professional video editing software. The new release offers a professional, yet easy-to-use, approach to video editing suitable for video enthusiasts, newly-professional video editors, documentary filmmakers, wedding/event videographers and media producers in corporate and education. "Version 8 is the most significant upgrade in the history of MediaStudio Pro," said Lewis Liaw, president of Ulead Systems. "We listened carefully to what our loyal users want, and the result is a future-ready application with extensive HDV support and features such as the new Smart Compositor."


Ulead VideoStudio 9 supports Sony Handycam HDR-HC1

Jasper Huitink : 2005-09-21 14:30:00
Ulead VideoStudio 9 supports Sony Handycam HDR-HC1 : Ulead Systems, Inc., a 16-year industry leader in video, image and DVD software, today announced that Ulead VideoStudio 9, Ulead's consumer video editing software, will add support for the Sony HandyCam HDR-HC1 camcorder, the first consumer HDV 1080i camcorder. The Ulead HDV Plug-in for Ulead VideoStudio 9 provides Sony HDR-HC1 users a cost-effective solution to capture, edit, and output high-resolution HDV 1080i video. Lewis Liaw, president of Ulead, said: "Easy-to-use HDV editing software adds to the richness of that experience. We are excited to offer Sony HDR-HC1 customers the power of Ulead VideoStudio for creating personal content in high-definition."


SilverFast brings new features for Topaz scanners

Jasper Huitink : 2005-09-16 15:02:00
SilverFast brings new features for Topaz scanners : LaserSoft Imaging is releasing SilverFast with new features. These exciting additions are designed to meet today's most demanding scanning and imaging requirements, while delivering a level of seamless integration and reliability that will continue to provide even more powerful editing tools to users. The company has also released scan software for Heidelberg Topaz scanners. Automatic De-screening allows automatic scanning of preprinted materials without the trouble of measuring the original LPI (lines per inch), thus eliminating noticeable moire patterns. Saves time when original digital art may be lost and only the printed piece remains for reproduction.


Acacia acquires digital Inkjet printing patents

Jasper Huitink : 2005-09-16 15:00:00
Acacia Research Corporation : Acacia announced today that Acacia Patent Acquisition Corporation, a wholly owned subsidiary that is part of the Acacia Technologies group, a leader in technology licensing, has acquired patents relating to a technology used to improve print image quality for inkjet printers. These patents cover a method of using digital processing to create a row by row, column by column matrix of color intensity values from an image, that are stored into memory. These values are transformed using a dither matrix, resulting in enhanced color separation. Color inkjet printers are commonly used to print photo quality pictures from digital cameras.


Raw image formats integrated into ProFotoSoftware

Jasper Huitink : 2005-09-16 14:53:00
Raw image formats integrated into ProFotoSoftware : ProFotoSoftware today announced their strategy to eliminate the artificial gap created by proprietary ('Raw') Image Formats that are produced by many digital cameras. This gap is the need to firstly 'develop' Raw Images into another format before performing the 'traditional' image adjustments such as sharpening, altering saturation and so forth. This has led to the creation of many Raw Development packages, of various costs and qualities, which photographers must use before they can access their images. To this end, the entire ProFotoSoftware product range will be enhanced to treat Raw Images as regular images, without sacrificing the benefits that Raw Image formats provide.


Ulead MediaStudio Pro8 video software beta preview

Jasper Huitink : 2005-09-16 14:45:00
Ulead Systems : A 16 year industry leader in video, image and DVD software, today announced the availability of the beta pre-release version of Ulead MediaStudio Pro 8, the latest version Ulead's professional video editing software, with final release set for quarter 3 2005. The new release incorporates a wide range of enhancements including a new single track editing interface, Smart Proxy mode for efficient HDV editing, advanced color correction, 5.1 audio editing, and Smart Compositor, an all new tool, for quickly creating professional composited sequences for openings or segues. The free preview beta version is available for download immediately from the Ulead Website.


ArcSoft Video Impression 2 software for Mac OS

Jasper Huitink : 2005-09-11 16:47:00
ArcSoft Video Impression 2 software for Mac OS : The application allows users to create customized movies using video clips, still images, music, and a variety of special effects. Already a popular application among consumers using Windows-based systems, VideoImpression 2 offers Mac users all the fun and creative aspects of video editing without the steep learning curve. Usability has always been a defining factor of ArcSoft software. "We're excited to make VideoImpression 2 available for Mac OS X Tiger," said Michael Downs, Vice President, DVD & Video Group. "Apple's philosophy of creating products that offer the coolest features with the best possible usability is directly reflected in Tiger, and VideoImpression 2 fits right in.






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