Software: Triscape has today announced the release of its most comprehensive software suites, FxFoto 2.0 Standard, Deluxe Collage, and Pro Media Editions. The FxFoto 2.0 titles are targeted at photography enthusiasts and advanced multimedia users giving them full control over their pictures and the tools to create stunning and captivating presentations and movies. FxFoto 2.0 Standard is available today as a fully functional free download, while the Deluxe Collage Edition can be obtained for $29.99 and Pro Media Edition for $39.99. All titles are upgradeable.
Triscape Introduces Feature-Rich Software Suites for Imaging Enthusiasts - Standard Edition is Free
FxFoto 2.0 Standard, Deluxe Collage, and Pro Media Provide Easy to Use Tools for Organizing, Editing, Correcting, Sharing, and Publishing Photos and Multimedia Presentations
EW YORK, ShowStoppers, May 25 /PRNewswire/ -- Triscape, Inc. today announced the release of its most comprehensive software suites, FxFoto 2.0 Standard, Deluxe Collage, and Pro Media Editions. The FxFoto 2.0 titles are targeted at photography enthusiasts and advanced multimedia users giving them full control over their pictures and the tools to create stunning and captivating presentations and movies. FxFoto 2.0 Standard is available today as a fully functional free download, while the Deluxe Collage Edition can be obtained for $29.99 and Pro Media Edition for $39.99. All titles are upgradeable.
Executives from Triscape will be demonstrating FxFoto 2.0 at the ShowStoppers Media event in New York during CeBit America. The event will be held on May 25 at 6 p.m. at PC Magazine, 28 East 28th Street.
"FxFoto 2.0 is a very ambitious strategy to introduce photographers to an entirely new class of imaging software that provides them with varying levels of comprehensive, extensive, and easy-to-use tools, starting at no charge," said Steve Simonoff, president of Triscape. "FxFoto can scale with the user, including capabilities and pricing, giving them everything they need to manage, edit, archive, correct, share and creatively publish their pictures in new and exciting ways -- without the steep learning curve or the need to buy other titles."
FxFoto Standard Edition is a highly complete package for organizing, correcting, and sharing digital photos. It organizes photos visually and by timeline, which is the most natural way people work with photos. The Standard Edition also includes editing and correction tools that go way beyond typical entry-level packages, yet are very easy to use. Sharing includes printing and emailing with smart compression of photos for efficient email. Creativity features enable framing effects and simple slide shows. The software also includes the ability to intelligently archive data to CD-ROM. Far superior to shareware and even established software titles in its class, the Standard Edition is available for free with no restrictions.
FxFoto Deluxe Collage Edition adds creativity features to the Standard Edition, which include multi-photo collages, scrap-booking, slide shows with many 2D and 3D special effects, soundtracks, and photo stitching for multi-photo panoramas and documents with multiple pages. All creations can be e-mailed or prepped for CD burning for playback on any PC without the need for additional "player" or "reader" software.
FxFoto Pro Media Edition builds on the Deluxe Edition by enabling the creation and publishing of photo-based movies and slide shows, complete with effects, soundtracks, and text. Slide shows and MPEG movies can be created for CD-ROM (VCD and SVCD format) and DVD, which can play on most standard home DVD players. Titles can also be published directly to Web sites using FxFoto plug-in technology, allowing visitors to view the show without the need for additional embedded software. Music files including MP3 and OOG format are also supported. The Pro Media Edition also gives professionals the ability to publish restricted collages and slide shows that cannot be viewed, printed, or edited except by the original author after they expire -- ideal for commercial use.
FxFoto Standard Edition is free without usage or time limits. The Deluxe Edition and the Pro Media Edition are available for $29.99 and $39.99 respectively from the Triscape, Inc. Web site at http://www.fxfoto.com . Evaluation copies are available upon request.
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