Windows XP -- digital camera/photo features

Started Apr 23, 2001 | Discussions thread
Dennis Wodtli
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Re: Windows XP -- digital camera/photo features
In reply to Rick Turner [MS], Apr 26, 2001

Like the thumbnail window. Would also want to compare 2 photos side by side by simply selecting 2 photos and clicking on a compare button. The comparison would of course be a full screen comparison. Expand this to any number of selected photos (say under 24?) so you can compare any set of photos. Photo imager kinda had this feature in that it would tile any number of open windows but the window slider bars, etc. made it messy. Loose the window frame, leave just the photo please.

Compupic has this feature in its Maxi Show but is limited to an X by Y matrix and connot do a 1X1 matrix so cannot compare two phots side by side. Comparing 2 photos side by side is a vital and elemetry feature we need to evaluate our photos - which is better, this one or that one? While your at it show the cammera settings for each photo.

Thanks,

Dennis

Rick Turner wrote:

I've been lurking around this wonderful site for a while. Thanks
for all the great content & information. I am the proud owner of a
Canon D30.

In any case, the reason I am posting today is the recently posted
review of Windows XP's digital camera/photo features. I am the UI
development lead for just about all the features mentioned in the
review, and personally wrote the Photo Printing Wizard. I wanted to
give something back to this site, and also get people's feedback on
our stuff (if people are willing).

A couple of ground rules:

(1) I can't be global technical support for Microsoft products, but
I'll help when/where I can.

(2) I'll eagerly accept any feedback, either positive or negative,
as long as it's polite.

(3) I can't always comment on future plans, but when/where I can, I
will.

So any comments or questions? Fire away!

Thanks.

-Rick

P.S. I also posted this info in the "News" forum but am trying to
move the discussion here as it seems to be the more obvious place
for it.

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