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PRESS RELEASE: Cerebrosoft Releases Multi-Platform Image Publishing Software
Cerebrosoft has released B*Gallery v. 2.2, a Windows, Linux, and Macintosh OS X application that makes it easy to create HTML image galleries that can be updated, extended, and shared. Unlike most thumbnail programs that create simple, static clickable galleries, B*Gallery makes it simple to add, update, customize, and connect image pages into meaningful online catalogs, sales presentations, reference works, and home photo albums.
B*Gallery is easy enough for beginners to use. It's simple to organize thousands of photographs from digital cameras. You can create web pages and share your images with friends and family, without having to learn to program the web.
After organizing photos into albums, and combining albums into categories, you can drag and drop images across your entire collection. You can add captions to photos, and descriptions to album pages. It's simple to create multiple categories, and to move pictures among categories. B*Gallery can automatically generate HTML for selected photo albums or for the entire gallery. The built-in FTP program lets you upload your images and HTML to your web site.
B*Gallery comes with pre-configured themes that you can use to create galleries immediately. You can customize themes as much as you'd like, varying colors, fonts, and picture orientation. Advanced users have full access to the web pages' underlying HTML, and can fully integrate B*Gallery's pages into their web sites, matching their look and feel.
The program lets you rotate your photos 90 degrees, without the loss of quality that accompanies image rotation with many software packages. It also retains the original Exif file header information that often gets lost when images are changed. B*Gallery can even rotate an entire batch of digital camera images in a single operation. Renaming photographs is simple; you provide a short description, and the program adds date and time information.
Whether you're a business person who needs to keep an online product catalog fresh, a digital camera owner who needs to stay on top of a rapidly growing collection of digital images, or a hobbyist who wants to take control of a collection of images downloaded from the Internet, B*Gallery has the tools that you need.
B*Gallery runs under Windows 98/Me/NT4/2000/XP, Macintosh OS X, and all popular versions of Linux. A single user license costs $19.95(US), and may be purchased securely online at http://www.b-gallery.biz/. You can download a free trial version of B*Gallery from the same web address. For more information, contact Cerebrosoft, 8777 Canopy Oaks Drive, Jacksonville, FL 32256 USA. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Internet: http://www.b-gallery.biz/.
(First posted on Thursday, July 15, 2004 at 17:52 EDT)