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PRESS RELEASE: RL Development Announces Support for Adobe DNG
MALMO, Sweden October 1, 2004 -- RL Development today announced support for the DNG file format. The next major release of QPict Media Asset Management Software will have support for the new Digital Negative (DNG) format from Adobe Systems Inc. This new file format geared towards creative professionals and will make it easier when working with and preserving RAW images. Registered users of QPict can apply for a test version available now.
For more information visit QPict's main page and Adobe's DNG page.
QPict offers a very attractive and inexpensive way to view, organize, search and batch process all your media files. Our media database engine supports common standards such as IPTC, XML and EXIF and supports many different media file formats including images, movie clips, fonts, RAW images and sounds. QPict is equally well suited for professional and home usage. QPict is available as a fully functional trial download at http://www.qpict.net
Pricing & Availability
QPict 6.1 is available now through our web site (www.qpict.net) for a retail price of $35 (US) for a standard license and $195 (US) for a professional license.
QPict Media Asset Management is designed to run on any Macintosh® computer with PowerPC G3, G4 or G5 processors, running Mac OS X v10.1.5 or later.
RL Development specializes in products and solutions based on our advanced multimedia database QPict. QPict is our flagship product and has been on the market since 1996. We offer a broad range of customized solutions for customers in need of dealing with a large amount of multimedia files. Our media database engine supports common standards such as IPTC, XML and EXIF and supports many different media files formats including still images, movie clips, fonts, camera raw images and sounds. Visit our Web site for more information.
(First posted on Friday, October 1, 2004 at 13:45 EDT)