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Dennis Hissink : March 30th 2004 - 03:59 CET
New version Olympus Studio software for download

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OlympusOlympus Studio, an extended version of the Olympus Viewer software which comes bundled with the Olympus E-1 camera, is now available in a new version. This latest release not only makes processing RAW image files faster, it also enables the online upgrading of the camera's firmware. Both the Olympus Studio and Olympus Viewer software, which were developed especially for use with the Olympus E-System camera, feature a number of functions useful in the day-to-day working routine of the professional photographer. One of the highlights is the virtual light box, which works very much like the standard light box used with film. The key difference is that after the photos have been checked, coloured sort marks may be applied.
Images can even be placed together in several collections for easy retrieval at a later time. The software offers individual or batch editing of images. RAW image files can also be developed and converted to TIFF or JPEG files in batch mode. Needless to say, copying images from the camera to PC, browsing through folders or viewing single photos as well as organising and printing pictures is also possible.

Additionally, the Olympus Studio software offers the option of controlling the camera via a PC. This enables the photographer to set all the camera controls using the PC software while viewing the picture about to be taken on the computer monitor. Once the shutter is released, the finished image can be saved directly onto the PC’s hard drive and then checked on the computer’s display.

Hassle-free firmware upgrade
Olympus has recently released an upgrade for the Olympus Studio software. With the version 1.1., the new firmware can be installed in the Olympus E-1 with ease. The user simply needs to connect to the internet, open the software help menu and choose the upgrade option; the rest is carried out automatically. This works on both Windows and Macintosh computers. Besides the firmware upgrade option, the updated version of Olympus Studio delivers faster developing of RAW image files as well as a number of bug fixes. (An update for the Olympus Viewer program containing the same firmware upgrade function can also be downloaded from the internet.)




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