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DiVision Software Releases BatchPhoto

DiVision Software has released BatchPhoto, a photo editing software. According to the company website, the software can annotate, touch-up, transform, and apply effects to batches of photos.

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April 23, 2007 - DiVision Software has released BatchPhoto, a photo editing software. According to the company website, the software can annotate, touch-up, transform, and apply effects to batches of photos.

After the user imports photos into BatchPhoto, the program leads them through a series of processing steps. Features include adding dates to, annotating, resizing, renaming, and watermarking photos. Users can also choose from 39 graphical filters, including black and white, sepia, and blur.

The program supports more than 100 image formats and employs Windows Explorer right-click functionality, which allows users to access saved profiles by right clicking the mouse.

Batch Photo is Windows compatible and available in three versions: BatchPhoto Pro ($49.95), BatchPhoto Home ($29.95), and BatchPhoto Lite ($19.95). A free 30-day trial version can be downloaded from the company’s website.

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