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March 19, 2007 - Software developer Extensis today released an update to their digital assets manager Portfolio 8.1. The new Portfolio RAW Filter 3.2 adds support for 36 recently available cameras. The Portfolio RAW Filter 3.2 is available now for download and is free for existing users of Portfolio 8.1.
Geared for creative professionals, Portfolio 8.1 is a cataloguing system that organizes graphics, text, video, and audio files into galleries. Highlights of the system include image auto rotation and full support for Microsoft Office, DNG, RAW, Quark, and Pro Video.
With the update, Portfolio 8.1 now supports a total of over 100 cameras, according to the company website. New compatible cameras include the Canon Digital Rebel XTi, Pentax K10D, Sony Alpha A100, Nikon D80, and the Olympus EVOLT E400.
"Portfolio continues to be a leading digital asset management solution for photographers and creative professionals that use high-end cameras," said Extensis product manager Halstead York in a company press release today. "Extensis aims to continually update its Portfolio product, staying current with the file formats that matter most to our customers," he said.
For new users, Portfolio retails at $199.95 for the stand-alone version. Existing Portfolio users can download the RAW Filter update at http://www.extensis.com/portfolio at no additional charge.