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PRESS RELEASE: Take Control of your Digital Photographs with BatchPhoto


DiVision Software has released BatchPhoto v. 1.3, a powerful Windows photo manipulation program that makes it easy to touch up, transform, apply effects, and rename hundreds of photos in a single operation. Instead of enhancing and adjusting pictures individually, BatchPhoto lets you select a group of images, define a series of edits, and apply them in a single operation. You can even give your files meaningful names.

Throughout the photo manipulation process, you are in complete control. Whether you're touching up a group of images, or applying a series of complex, artistic filters, you can see an accurate preview of the original pictures and your enhanced pictures.

BatchPhoto lets you apply more than three dozen filters and effects to your pictures. The program supports more than 100 image file formats, including PNG, JPG, TIFF, BMP, and GIF.

It's easy to resize collections of pictures. Simply type the width or height that you want, either in pixels or percentages. If you choose to maintain the original photograph's aspect ratio, the program will adjust both width and height. BatchPhoto knows if your photos are in portrait or landscape orientation, and applies your changes intelligently. In addition to resizing pictures, the program can apply other transformation to collections of pictures, including crop, rotate, roll, and flip.

BatchPhoto lets you date/time stamp your images, in a variety of formats. BatchPhoto preserves the EXIF information that digital cameras add to every photo, and will use the EXIF date/time information in your visible date/time stamps. You can add text to all of your pictures. BatchPhoto lets you create text in any size and color, and place it anywhere on your images. You can even adjust the transparency of the text.

The program makes it simple to touch up your images by changing the brightness, contrast, and sharpness. You can equalize, normalize, sharpen, enhance, and perform many other corrective functions. BatchPhoto supports a full range of artistic effects, from embossing, blurring, watermarking, and swirling images to creating oil painting, charcoal and many other effects.

Scanners and digital cameras assign meaningless names to your images. BatchPhoto lets you rename all of these files meaningfully. You can incorporate any text into your file names. In addition, you can sequentially number them, add date/time information, and more.

New features in v. 1.3 include the ability to watermark images, creation of thumbnail images, a revamped preview feature that lets you zoom and scroll images, and the ability to compare original and modified photos with great accuracy.

Whether you're a business person who needs to manipulate groups of product photos, a home computer user who wants to organize and rename your family and travel pictures, or a student who wants to collect and resize images from the Internet, BatchPhoto has the tools that you need.

BatchPhoto v. 1.3 runs under Windows 95/98/Me/NT4/2000/XP/2003, costs $24.95(US), and may be purchased securely online at http://www.batchphoto.com/. Quantity discounts and site licenses are available. You can download a free 30-day trial version from the same web address. Lifetime upgrades are available without charge to registered owners.

For more information, contact DiVision Software, st. Madona Dudu 8A-3, 200409 Romania. Phone: +40(722)242-277 Fax: +40(251)524-314 Internet: http://www.batchphoto.com/ Email: support@batchphoto.com


(First posted on Saturday, April 1, 2006 at 00:07 EST)

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