Take Advantage of Multi-Core Processors for Editing Batches of Photos

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BatchPhoto introduces a new technology: Multi-Core Image Processing. The idea is to take advantage of the power left unused in multi-core processors, in order to achieve higher photo editing speeds. With this technology alone, BatchPhoto gains a performance increase in excess of 60% on regular dual-core processors and 150% on quad-core processors.

Bits&Coffee has released BatchPhoto v. 2.3, a powerful Windows photo manipulation program that makes it easy to annotate, touch up, transform, apply effects, convert and rename hundreds of pictures 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.

With version 2.3, BatchPhoto introduces a new technology: Multi-Core Image Processing. The idea is to take advantage of the power left unused in multi-core processors, in order to achieve higher photo editing speeds. With this technology alone, BatchPhoto gains a performance increase in excess of 60% on regular dual-core processors and 150% on quad-core processors.

Overall, BatchPhoto has more than three dozen graphical filters that can be applied to pictures. The filters are divided into four main categories: Annotate, Touch Up, Transform, and Effects. The program is designed with productivity and ease of use in mind, so the user can save settings and use profiles for speeding up common tasks. BatchPhoto adds itself to Windows Explorer's contextual (right-click) menu, so the user can apply predefined or custom defined profiles to groups of pictures with ease.

The program can date/time stamp photos in a variety of formats, and it uses the original date and time data taken from every photo's EXIF record. It can add comments to pictures using any font, size and color, and can even adjust the transparency. It also benefits from powerful watermarking features designed to give image professionals extensive options for protecting their pictures.

BatchPhoto can easily resize collections of pictures. It knows whether photos are in portrait or landscape orientation, and applies changes intelligently. It can also adjust the DPI and document size for batches of photos.

The program can convert multiple pictures from one image format to another. It supports more than 100 image file formats, including JPEG, PDF, PNG, TIFF, BMP, and GIF. It can also change the meaningless names assigned by digital cameras and scanners, in the same operation.

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.

New features in v. 2.3 include the Multi-Core Image Processing technology, improved graphical filters, and an improved graphical interface.

BatchPhoto v. 2.3 runs under all versions of Windows, including Windows Vista and Windows Server 2008. It comes in two editions: Home and Pro priced at $29.95(US), and $59.95(US). BatchPhoto may be purchased securely online at http://www.batchphoto.com/. Quantity discounts and site licenses are available. A free 30-day trial version can be downloaded from the same web address.

Bits&Coffee SRL is a privately held software company from Craiova, Romania (European Union). At Bits&Coffee we create software products that help our users be more productive when working with digital photographs. For more information, contact Bits&Coffee, street Spania P6-3, 200726 Romania. Phone: +40(722)242-277 Fax: +40(351)430-046 Internet: http://www.bitscoffee.com/

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