Give your digital photos the professional touch with PhotoFiltre

I’ve said this a couple of times now, but it’s very true – with the Holidays come and gone, you’ve probably taken quite a number of digital photos that you’d like to do something really cool with. I see it nearly every year. Post-holiday sales of graphic apps are generally very good for one reason: people want to retouch their photos and give them a professional touch. This is why I really like applications like PhotoFiltre. It’s a prosumer photo retouching application for Windows.

PhotoFiltre allows you to do simple or advanced adjustments to an image and apply a vast range of filters to it. It’s simple and intuitive to use; and has a shallow learning curve. Its toolbar gives you access to the standard filters with just a few clicks. It also gives the application itself, a robust look.

PhotoFiltre has a wide range of filters, allowing novice users to familiarize themselves with the world of graphics. You can find the standard adjustment functions – brightness, contrast, dyed, saturation, gamma correction – and its artistic filters – watercolor, pastels, Indian ink, pointillism, puzzle effect via both toolbars and menus. The application has more than 100 different filters.

PhotoFiltre uses both automatic and lasso/polygon vectored selection methods to select objects and photo elements. Both allow you to select a customized form by drawing a shape by hand or using a series of lines. Every selection can be saved into a separate file, to be used later on.

You can further enhance your photos with PhotoMasque.  You can create advanced contour and transparency effects on your images by using preset masks. PhotoFiltre’s masks are gray scale images, where white is the transparency color.  Opacity increases as the shades of gray become darker. Black is completely opaque. PhotoMasque comes with several basic masks to inspire you to create your own.

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Record from Webcam HD digital video

Records shots up to 30 shots per second from any video device including USB and Analog webcams, TV cards, Camcorders and Network Internet cameras.

The program streams online high-quality MPEG-4 picture from your computer or uploads JPEG images to your FTP server. Streaming can be watched using any Internet browser; no plug-ins or downloads required. You can produce simultaneous recording and streaming from limitless number of cameras.

Your webcam / cameras can be used as security system. When the program senses activity in the watched spot, it sounds siren, emails you captured shots, launches broadcasting, or records video.

Online streaming as well as recording can be password protected that all video and audio are scrambled and cannot be watched without valid secret word.

The program has features to display image overlays and time captions, modify video size / quality, and Pan/Tilt/Zoom control.

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Create easily Polaroid-like photos from your digital images with Pola

Polaroids were for many years trendy photographic toys. There were fun but expensive to use. But guess what! Now, in the digital era, Pola a free standalone application, can transform any image into a polaroid without the use of an actual instant camera. Two clicks are enough to let the application perform the polaroid transformation.

Pola is a minimal tool that supports the drag&drop command which makes the overall polaroid transformation extremely easy to use. Just drag&drop any of your images onto the main window of the program. Automatically a crop editor will appear from where you can select the desired zone of the image to be displayed with the help of a fixed frame. After you are done with cropping your image, push the Shoot! button and in a few seconds a polaroid version of your image will be saved by default as .png in the folder where the original image is.

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Joost To Become The World’s Largest Video Platform

Adconion Media Group, an independent global audience and content network, announced today its board of directors approved Adconion’s video product, Joost Video Network, to be spun off into a separate standalone business with the intent to form the world’s largest video platform effective immediately. The newly launched Joost, a digital media company, will be dedicated to providing premium branded solutions for advertisers and brand marketers seeking to reach their targeted audience with engaging and high impact in-stream and in-banner video advertising. The new unit will be led by Nick Higgins as executive vice- president, where he was previously the head of global video at Adconion Media Group. Prior to joining Adconion, Higgins was at MSN where he held several senior positions over the last 10 years.

Joost also offers branded entertainment services through its partnership with RedLever, a state-of-the-art, global studio specializing in developing and producing brand-integrated content for the Web. And as a standalone business unit, Joost will benefit from a better-defined, more distinct and expanded role in the video marketplace. The new unit will concentrate on leveraging its core strengths in three primary areas:

– Owned and operated Joost.com which includes pre-roll, in-banner and site skinning capabilities among;

– Exclusive partnerships including exclusive site and inventory representation as well as exclusive content; and

– Premium relationships which includes but not limited to pre-roll and display network, in-banner videos and Joost distributable player

Joost will continue to focus on building its premium video network but will now also increase its exclusive audience and global reach across it’s owned and operated Joost.com, and will continue to sign exclusive site representation deals with leading video and entertainment sites. The new unit will improve its market visibility as an online, brand-centric video provider of choice, and will be able to react even faster to client needs and dynamic market changes.

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Three dimensional video recording with the introduction of the Panasonic HDC-SDT750

Digital video cameras showed up about fifteen years back, high-definition just 5 years ago, and today video is becoming 3D too. This is how it works; the unique 3D transformation camera lens captures left-eye and right-eye visuals at the same time via the pair of lenses, hence creating video footage which may be viewed in 3D. The images are recorded in an image resolution of 960 by 1080 pixels which will come across great on regular three dimensional TV sets. Without having the three dimensional transformation lens connected, any HDC-SDT750K works additionally as a high-performance full High definition video camera. The actual lens is made for close-up depth perception within the three to fifteen foot range; it also does not have any kind of zoom capacity. Overall, the actual video camera has not significantly changed from the HDC-TM700, with the exception that the item is now delivered together with the attachable 3D transformation lens, benefits from enhanced noise reduction and also comes with an updated OIS.

Fortunately, it isn’t really too difficult to change the actual screw-on lens, in order to change it into a typical zoom capable 2D video camera. Whenever you do insert the three dimensional lens back again  there is a easy series of  startup selections, that allow you to fine-tune the actual twin lenses inside the 3D add-on using a couple of knobs concealed within a compartment on the actual assembly.

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