PRESS RELEASE: Link Raw and JPEG photographs to Google Earth™ with BreezeBrowser Pro v1.9
2 October 2008: Breeze Systems announce the immediate availability of BreezeBrowser Pro v1.9, latest release of the popular image browser and raw conversion software for Windows. BreezeBrowser Pro v1.9 introduces Nikon D700, Nikon D60 and Canon EOS 1000D/Rebel XS raw conversion, and extends the GPS data support already available to BreezeBrowser Pro and Downloader Pro users.
New in BreezeBrowser Pro v1.9: geo-tag batches of raw or JPEG images with latitude, longitude and altitude data from a GPS receiver or Google Earth™; see location of geo-tagged photographs on Google Earth™ while browsing in BreezeBrowser Pro; convert raw images, display shooting data and focus point overlay for Canon EOS 1000D/Rebel XS, Nikon D700 and Nikon D60.
Geotagging photographs using locations selected in Google Earth™
BreezeBrowser Pro users can also pinpoint geo-tagged images using online map services such as Google Maps™, Yahoo! Maps™ or Microsoft Windows Live™ and link web galleries to online maps.
Web gallery linked to Google Maps™
Breeze Systems' image transfer software, Downloader Pro v2.2, includes the ability to geo-tag images and lookup place names as photographs are downloaded from the camera.
BreezeBrowser Pro is Windows based software developed and marketed by Breeze Systems Ltd. BreezeBrowser Pro is available for US $69.95 or US $89.90 when purchased as a bundle with Downloader Pro. The price includes one year's free upgrades. BreezeBrowser Pro v1.9 is a free upgrade for customers who purchased a copy of BreezeBrowser Pro within the last year. Customers who bought BreezeBrowser Pro before 2 October 2007 and BreezeBrowser customers can upgrade to BreezeBrowser Pro v1.9 for just US $35.
See the company's web site for more details and to download a free trial version: www.breezesys.com
Note to editors: Based in the UK, Breeze Systems was formed in 1994 and has been marketing digital photography software on the internet since 2001. Founder Chris Breeze has over 20 years experience of software development.
(First posted on Friday, October 3, 2008 at 15:39 EDT)