StudioLine Photo Pro 4.0.22
Extensive image management functions
The modern-looking interface provides one-click access to all the options, while the integrated 'Load Assistant' enables you to easily import images from the local computer or a mobile device.
For your convenience, the assistant can be instructed to automatically organize the loaded photos, create subfolders for each category and rename images in the process. The structure of your new image archive is displayed in tree-view, for easier navigation, providing sorting and color-based marking options.
Fine tuning of photos
There are various options for enhancing images according to one's preferences, as well as filter presets that can be applied to multiple photo sets. StudioLine Photo Pro enables you to make adjustment to highlights, midtones and shadows, set the white balance, modify luminance, color channels and other settings.
Image sharing and exporting capabilities
Photo collections can be easily exported to a specific folder or a CD / DVD, a KML file with thumbnails, sent via e-mail or uploaded to flickr. Alternatively, you can print them on paper, generate slideshows, include them in an image gallery for web publishing or in collage, for easier viewing.
Photo management, editing and sharing in a network
StudioLine Photo Pro bundles a generous set of functions in a single package, allowing the easy management of graphic files in a network.
It comes with backup, sharing and editing functionality, while enabling network administrators to grant additional rights to some users in the network, while limiting the permission policy for others.
Reviewed by Mihaela Citea, last updated on November 19th, 2014
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- Added expanding / collapsing of individual dialogs inside the filter pane by double clicking a filter's title bar.
- Improved performance when deleting descriptors from a large number of images.
Application descriptionStudioLine Photo Pro is the highly effective software for the professional editing and management of large image colle...