PRESS RELEASE: BenVista releases PhotoZoom Pro 3
ARNHEM, July 2, 2009 -- BenVista is proud to announce the new version of their specialized digital image enlargement software: PhotoZoom Pro 3. Designed for both Mac and Windows platforms, PhotoZoom Pro 3 is available as of today.
Over the past ten years, the BenVista PhotoZoom series has competed at the highest level of image enlarging, thanks to its patentend S-Spline technology. With PhotoZoom Pro 3, BenVista introduces the latest generation of their technology, called S-Spline Max. BenVista's statements are promising.
Says D.S. Schoolwerth, CEO at BenVista: "Just compare the enlargement results with those of any other solution on the market, and you will find that PhotoZoom Pro 3 gives the highest quality".
Besides the new S-Spline Max technology, PhotoZoom Pro 3 offers various other substantial improvements. Multi-processor support is added to increase speed, and PhotoZoom Pro 3 can be used not only as a standalone application, but also as an Adobe Photoshop compatible Automation plug-in and Export plug-in. Schoolwerth: "By offering choice, we ensure that PhotoZoom Pro 3 fits into anybody's workflow efficiently".
BenVista PhotoZoom Pro 3 offers batch processing, cropping, and convenient presets. A very wide range of image file formats, various types of metadata, and Raw as well as HDR images are supported. Similar to BenVista's existing S-Spline technologies, S-Spline Max can be fine-tuned. The new Film Grain feature adds a refined kind of grain that was specifically designed to complement the S-Spline Max technology. All customized settings can be saved to be used again later.
Free demo versions of PhotoZoom Pro 3, for both Mac and Windows platforms, can be downloaded directly from the BenVista website: www.benvista.com. An inviting upgrade offer is available for registered users of PhotoZoom Pro and PhotoZoom Pro 2.
BenVista's PhotoZoom Pro 3 on the Windows (top) and Mac OS (bottom) platforms.
Screenshots provided by BenVista.
(First posted on Monday, July 13, 2009 at 14:39 EDT)