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PRESS RELEASE: Pixort 1.4 is released
Are you tired of using inefficient tools to review large quantities of photos?
Pixort is an affordable/free tool for reviewing, comparing, sorting and culling photographic image files. It is not yet another photo archiving and organizing tool: it is dedicated to the initiation of a digital photography workflow where a photographer reviews his or her 2000 photos from the vacation or latest wedding assignment.
Pixort is designed to be easy to use, fast and offers an efficient workflow for culling and ranking lots of photos.
Some highlights since version 1.3:
Depending on your needs, you can download the freeware version of Pixort or the more comprehensive but yet affordable commercial version. The commercial version has a free 30-day evaluation period.
- New source folder management with integrated source tree
- Tags can be customized with names and default destinations that are used in all projects
- Open photos in an external editor
- Projects are stored if you quit in the midst of a session
- Windows file explorer extension with "Pixort here" when right-clicking a folder
- Drag'n'drop source folders from Windows to Pixort
- Speed optimizations
(First posted on Wednesday, May 25, 2005 at 05:27 EDT)