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LifePics CD viewer software
Mark Peters : October 11th 2005 - 21:05 CET
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LifePicsLifePics CD viewer software : LifePics announced that it has added private branded CD viewer software to its online retail solution to drive even more orders to originating photofinishers. The LifePics CD viewer software allows for any photofinisher to burn unlimited CDs with dealer branded software that auto-launches images, displays images in a slideshow, allows for simple online ordering of reprints to the originating lab, and offers easy to use image editing tools including red-eye removal, exposure correction and more. CDs still make-up a growing and profitable service that many photofinishers rely on in the industry. We anticipate that over 70 million CDs will be burned by the photo industry in 2006.
LifePics CD viewer softwareLifePics Multi-Media Viewer
It is our intent to add value to all CDs that our photofinishers produce for their customers” stated Vahe Christianian, VP of Sales and Business Development. “The LifePics CD/Multi-Media Viewer allows consumers to order any desired product exclusively from the producing photofinisher via direct connectivity to the dealer’s LifePics branded online shopping cart, whether ordered the next day, or 5-years later.” The new LifePics Viewer can also be utilized with any other multi-media recording device, including DVDs and any media card format, to enhance image viewing and presentation, with 100% dealer branded capabilities.

About LifePics
LifePics offers the most complete online imaging solutions for photofinishers and professional photographers. Using LifePics’ technology, photofinishers and professional photographers are able to accept orders from consumers via the Internet and send those orders directly to a photofinishing lab that is most convenient to the consumer. LifePics allows consumers to pick up their prints at over 1,750 locations across the U.S. and Canada. LifePics’ customers range from mass merchants and large food and drug chains to local camera shops and independent photofinishers. LifePics is a print option on popular photo editing, sharing, and blogging tools.

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