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Noromis PhotoLab software

Ralf Jurrien : 2007-03-15 17:19:00
Noromis PhotoLab software : Noromis and President Maurice Hamoy today announce Noromis PhotoLab, the first Windows software that lets every-day people transfer photos from their digital camera to their computer, then go on to automatically enhance, and print lab-quality photos, all in one seamless session, and in as few as four clicks. Noromis PhotoLab is available on-line, at a retail price of $49.95. A free 30-day evaluation is available, and customers may register the product to receive free updates automatically as they become available. Noromis PhotoLab is simple to use; however, if customers encounter any problems, Noromis provides free technical support to registered users within one current major release.


X-Rite i1 display color calibration solution

Nic Rossmüller : 2007-03-15 17:08:00
X-Rite i1 display color calibration solution : X-Rite, a global leader and internationally known name in color technology, unveils its dynamic X-Rite i1 Display hardware/software monitor calibration solutions for the growing digital imaging market - including a first-ever look at the latest X-Rite i1Display monitor calibration offering for enthusiasts, X-Rite i1DisplayLT - at the Photo Marketing Association (PMA) International Convention Trade Show, March 8 - 11, 2007 in Las Vegas. The All-New X-Rite i1Display family of products is the result of a merger with fellow worldclass color technology developer GretagMacbeth. Visitors to the X-Rite Booth B-191 have an opportunity to explore these enhanced color management display systems.


onOne Software Mask Pro 4.1 beta

Ralf Jurrien : 2007-03-15 17:06:00
onOne Software Mask Pro 4.1 beta : onOne Software announces the availability of the Mask Pro 4.1 beta for all registered users of Mask Pro 4, the company’s popular digital image masking plug-in software, for both Macintosh and Windows platforms. Users interested in becoming beta testers can register at the onOne software web stie. Mask Pro 4 provides a complete collection of Photoshop plug-in tools that allow users unprecedented flexibility when tackling even the most challenging image masking jobs. “onOne Software is determined to keep pace with the post processing needs of today’s digital photographer by allowing our users to take advantage of the most recent software updates,” said Craig Keudell, president of onOne Software.


Lexar software suite

Ilse Jurriën : 2007-03-15 15:07:00
Lexar software suite : Lexar, a leader in advanced digital media and accessories, today announced that it is making a new and extensive software suite available for free download with purchase of select Lexar CompactFlash (CF) and Secure Digital (SD) flash memory cards. The value-added software suite is designed to enhance and improve the digital photography experience by providing customers with the tools necessary to accomplish many common digital photography functions such as image editing, storing captured content online, and recovering seemingly lost images. In addition to sought-after image editing and management applications from Corel, select Lexar flash memory cards now include downloadable Image Rescue 3.


muveeNow 2.0 digital camera software

Ralf Jurrien : 2007-03-15 14:02:00
muveeNow 2.0 digital camera software : muvee, the pioneer and leader in Instant Personal Video, will showcase muveeNow 2.0, its entry-level software companion for point-and-shoot digital camera owners. Featuring a wizard-driven interface, muveeNow introduces a more compelling way for users to quickly create and share professional-quality videos and moving photo shows that are cut to music in 3 easy steps. Terence Swee, muvee’s founder and CEO, said, “Worldwide digital camera sales grew 14% in 2006, and you hardly come across a mobile phone that doesn’t have a camera in it. It’s obvious that a growing number of people across all age groups are taking a lot more pictures and short video clips everywhere they go.


Kodak photo merchandise solution

Ralf Jurrien : 2007-03-15 13:03:00
Kodak photo merchandise solution : Kodak announced a retail opportunity for turning consumer’s digital pictures into highly-personalized photo merchandise. The fast and easy solution meets the needs of retailers and busy consumers. Retailers can take advantage of this service with no investment or a moderate addition to existing in-store assets. “This is a win-win for everyone. Our retail partners have the flexibility of using on site equipment or leveraging our Qualex operations in the US to produce a variety of custom photo merchandise,” says John Culverhouse, Worldwide Marketing Director, Retail Printing Solutions, Kodak’s Consumer Digital Group. “And consumers benefit by having a fun and fast way to tell their stories.”


Kodak Picture Kiosk software 1.5

Ralf Jurrien : 2007-03-15 13:02:00
Kodak Picture Kiosk software 1.5 : Kodak announced Kodak Picture Kiosk Software Version 1.5 that offers consumers more creative print projects while improving overall system performance. For retailers with G3 and G4 kiosks, the software upgrade creates revenue streams beyond the 4x6-inch print by providing greater functionality with the creation of picture collages. Kodak also announced the new Kodak Picture Kiosk GS Compact, a solution that provides retailers without a photo printing category an easy to use, plug and play solution that can be up and running in minutes. Coming soon to Kodak Picture Kiosks, the new Kodak Picture Movie DVD will make it one-touch simple to create multimedia picture shows with music in minutes.


Fujifilm LabSense web portal

Ralf Jurrien : 2007-03-10 17:04:00
Fujifilm LabSense web portal : Fujifilm USA announced the availability of LabSense, a Web portal containing multiple tools. LabSense controls and monitors Fujifilm’s GetPix Kiosks, Get the Picture Online Service, as well as Kiosk@Home consumer software, and gives retailers a full view into their photofinishing departments - including system operations and production. To help retailers optimize the breadth of Fujifilm’s GTPOS and increase their customer base, Fujifilm LabSense reports provide information on where print orders originate from - either from a kiosk, website, Microsoft XP and Vista Online Print Wizards, or one of Fujifilm’s many Get the Picture Online Mobile wireless partners.






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