Photozig Albums is the complete easy solution for managing digital photos and slideshows on your computer with integrated Web/e-mail sharing tools. Using Photozig Albums, you can easily transfer pictures from your camera, create photo albums, organize them in any way you want, search with tags/keywords, and share with your family and friends all in one program. Let Photozig Albums make every picture look perfect with Red-eye correction, cropping, and "Quick Fix" to correct brightness/contrast/levels to produce a great photo. Make a mistake? Photozig Albums always preserves the original - you can always undo any changes. You can organize your photos into albums and create slideshows with photos + MP3 songs or even screensavers. E-mail pictures to your friends and family, create photo galleries or blogs on the Web for free, and make CDs with slideshows and music. Customized user interface adapts itself to beginner, intermediate, or advanced users. Auto slideshow CD/DVD for desktop replay can be created by software.
Version 1.0.306 may include unspecified updates, enhancements, or bug fixes.
Photozig Albums Express offers a step-by-step process so you can design your project from start to finish.
Big button icons with descriptions make it easy to start your project and select the preferred output for your images including sending in e-mail, burning to a CD, or uploading to a Web site. The finished product is a basic layout of thumbnails that you can click to enlarge, but you'll have no skins to choose from with this one. Still, Photozig sports three configurations for beginners, intermediates, and advanced users, keeping it simple until you know what you're doing. Photozig also supports basic editing features such as red-eye removal, EXIF data importing, and slide show creation. However, you can't crop images.
The Photozig Web site requires you register with an e-mail address, but you'll be able to display your albums on the Web for free once you're signed up. If you're looking for a basic, no-frills album, it's hard to go wrong with Photozig.
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