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PRESS RELEASE: Hamrick's VueScan Now Supports PDF File Creation
Save hundreds of dollars by creating PDF files directly from your scanner
Phoenix, AZ (PRWEB) March 1, 2005 - Hamrick Software, the developer of the world's most popular scanning software for consumers and professionals, has released VueScan 8.1.36, its award-winning program that enables users to more easily produce better looking digital images from color snapshots, negatives, slides, and documents.
VueScan now supports the creation of Adobe Portable Document Format (PDF) files, a popular feature request from VueScan users around the world. Now users can create single and multi-page PDF files in one step, directly from the scanner, without having to spend hundreds of dollars to purchase Adobe Acrobat 7.0 or a comparative product. Used extensively by professional photographers, film processing labs and consumers around the world, VueScan 8.1.36 now offers an enhanced, user-friendly interface with support for raw files for 142 digital cameras, and support for 414 scanners.
The Standard Edition of VueScan costs $49.95 USD and the Professional Edition costs $89.95 for a single user license. Multi-user licenses are available. A fully functional, trial copy of VueScan can be downloaded from http://www.hamrick.com/
VueScan is available for Mac OS X, Windows and Linux. It automatically adjusts images to optimum color balance, which reduces the need to manually do this in Photoshop. VueScan includes built-in color calibration of scanners, producing colors that look true to life. Supporting more than 100 brands of negative film, VueScan offers options for scanning faded slides and prints; batch scanning, IT8 color calibration and other advanced scanning features.
For a detailed listing of VueScan features see: http://www.hamrick.com/abo.html
Based in Phoenix, AZ, Hamrick Software was founded in 1991. Its first product was VuePrint, an easy to use JPEG viewer for Windows that for many years was the recommended image viewer for AOL, with more than 100,000 users. In 1998, the company first released VueScan, a program for scanning with flatbed and film scanners with more than 110,000 users all over the world.
(First posted on Tuesday, March 1, 2005 at 14:52 EST)