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Google Picasa photo software update
Jasper Huitink : October 18th 2005 - 01:00 CET
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GoogleGoogle Picasa photo software update : If you’re running Windows 2000/XP home, XP professional or higher, simply open Picasa and you’ll be automatically updated to the latest version of the software. This means you’ll enjoy: Multiple languages - You asked for it, you got it: Picasa is now available in Chinese (simplified and traditional), Dutch, English (US and UK), French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Portuguese (Brazilian), Russian and Spanish. The software automatically matches your system’s native language and locale. To change your preferred language in Picasa, go to Tools then to Options. And as last step just close and re-open Picasa and the changes will take effect.
Google Picasa photo software updateBlogThis - Software & photo CD
BlogThis!, The new “BlogThis!” button allows you to post one photo at a time directly to the web editor without going through the Hello software, this is just the easiest way to upload you photos for free. Print CD covers, Print perfectly sized photo CD covers at home. Click the “Print” button. Go to Tools > Options > Printing. Select “CD Label Size” and apply, and “CD label” will now appear as one of your print layout choices and again BlogThis makes it easy for you.

Google Picasa - RAW file handling
Improved RAW file handling - Since many of you use professional-quality cameras, we’ve added support for more makes and RAW file types: Canon (.CRW, .CR2), Nikon (.NEF), Olympus (.ORF), Pentax (.PEF), Kodak (.DCR), Sony (.SRF), Minolta (.MRW), and Fuji (.RAF).

Picasa software - Canon, Pentax and Konica-Minolta
Import from additional cameras - Picasa’s “Import” button takes photos off these cameras: Canon EOS Digital Rebel XT, aka the 350D(.CR2); Pentax *istDS(.PEF); and Konica/Minolta Maxxum7D, aka the Dynax 7D(.MRW).

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