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PRESS RELEASE: Q-Technologies Releases PictureTheBatch 1.1
Transform your digital images quickly and easily
Melbourne, Australia -- Q-Technologies has released PictureTheBatch 1.1 for Windows and Macintosh, an easy-to-use tool to transform batches of digital photos quickly and reliably.
PictureTheBatch 1.1 introduces the ability to drop a directory of images for processing and an option to keep the file modification date the same as the source image.
PictureTheBatch is a batch processing tool for photos and other images. The user simply drags the photo(s) from Windows Explorer or the Macintosh Finder and drops them onto the drop window or application icon. A configuration screen then presents itself so the user can choose how they want to transform the photo(s). Transformations available include colour adjustment, resizing, rotating, filters and overlaying text or other images.
PictureTheBatch 1.1 is a free upgrade to all current licensed users. PictureTheBatch 1.1 can be downloaded from the Q-Technologies website at http://www.Q-Technologies.biz/PictureTheBatch. Licences are available from US$19.95, €17,00 or £11.50. A demonstration version can be downloaded from the website. This is fully functional, though it prints a promotional watermark on any images processed.
Q-Technologies is a business of Mallard Corporation (Australia) Pty Ltd and is based in Melbourne, Australia. Q-Technologies offers products for the digital imaging era and consulting services in Information Technology. For more information visit http://www.Q-Technologies.biz.
(First posted on Tuesday, August 17, 2004 at 14:42 EDT)