Professional Photo RAW Converter

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Features for high-end RAW image development on MAC and PC Poing, Munich, April 29, 2010 – the Franzis Verlag announces the new Professional version of RAW data development software SILKYPIX Developer Studio Pro on. Aligned to the quality needs of amateur and professional photographers the new Pro version excels Studio 4.0 Developer numerous extensions and additional features as compared to the current SILKYPIX. While maintaining the intuitive editing and the functions of the SILKYPIX Developer Studio 4.0 shows the Pro version specifically in further editing tools, color management, new comparison view options and development functions for an angle work flow their strengths. Work with compute-intensive RAW data belongs to thanks to multi processor support and utilization of all cache reserves of the past. All image sequences and folders using batch processing in the background can be designed quickly automatically. Time-saving automatic fits Dodge in the work flow, where the software the exposure data automatically analyzes and corrects.

Stains, caused by dust on the lens or sensor, can be resolved quickly by means of intelligent modelling tool. The comparative representation of the images is essential in professional development during the production process, representing each operation in real time. Up to 20 different images, the processing steps are recorded at the same time so that at any time through the histogram changes retroactively can be obtained. New setting options in the color management, to determine how the contained in JPEG and TIFF image files ICC color profiles as input color space and setting another output color spaces using an ICC profile sRGB and Adobe RGB high-quality color display monitor, projector or the printing process is extremely helpful especially for the quality. For accurate archiving of the photographs according to international standards the software supports the editing of EXIF and IPTC information of the image data, as well as the visible imprint of textual and graphic information.

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