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NTI PhotoMaker software application
Ilse Jurriƫn : June 11th 2006 - 18:00 CET
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NTINTI PhotoMaker software application : NewTech Infosystems, Inc. (NTI) announced today NTI PhotoMaker, a software application that enables users to download and transfer digital photo files, edit and organize them, and create customized photo albums and slideshows for sharing. NTI PhotoMaker will automatically search and transfer photo files from any attached digital camera or other USB device directly to a PC. The user can combine photo files from multiple locations and can search for photos based on EXIF and IPTC information. NTI's flagship 1-2-3 EasySteps intuitive interface guides users through the process of searching and transferring photo files.
NTI PhotoMaker software applicationNTI PhotoMaker - Enhance Step
The Enhance Step of NTI Photomaker offers robust photo editing tools that include: rotate, flip, resize, crop, brightness, contrast, sharpen, blur, add text, and red-eye reduction. Photo slideshows can also be created using PhotoMaker's built-in library of transition effects which offer fade, wipe, slide, stripe, box, and gradient wipe transitions. Users can also add background music or audio annotation to photo slideshows before sharing.

NTI PhotoMaker software - Share Step
The Share Step offers users the ability to create slideshow DVDs & VCDs, photo discs, photo printing, emailing, and HTMLs for the Internet. NTI PhotoMaker works on PCs running Windows 98SE, ME, 2000, and XP operating systems. NTI PhotoMaker software will be available to digital camera manufacturers for software bundling in Q3 2006.

About NewTech Infosystems (NTI)
NewTech Infosystems ("NTI") is an industry leading developer of powerful, feature-rich, and easy-to-use software for Digital Media and Storage Management. NTI has developed and delivered innovative digital media and data backup solutions since being founded in 1993. As a pioneer in the world of CD burning technologies and software, NTI released the world's first CD copy software in 1995. Today, NTI's CD/DVD burning engine has an installed base of over 80 million users worldwide. NTI also offers volume licensing and OEM products.

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