Photo Software: PicaJet 2.5

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Name: PicaJet 2.5
Description: PicaJet offers direct import from your camera, image sharing via email or Web gallery, automatic photo enhancement, personal ratings and categories, as well as printing features. The photo organizer allows you to view your images by rating, keyword, or date/timeline and you can categorize your images by simple drag and drop. In addition, it offers editing features to correct red-eye, cropping, image sharpening, and level adjustment. Additional features include direct CD/DVD burning, an image search engine with support for EXIF/IPTC/XMP data, slideshow maker, and a tool to generate a Web gallery from perfect templates.
License: Free to try
Requirements: Windows Me/NT/2000/XP/2003 Server

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4 Responses to “Photo Software: PicaJet 2.5”

  1. Ruceb says:

    This is the best image organization software I know. Its interface is user-friendly and stable, simple and intuitive. Even on my rather out-dated PC it runs amazingly quick. While its competitor IDimager still has better image tagging capabilities, it’s rather unstable and the interface is a mess. It’s still unclear when the next maor release will come out, but PicaJet 3 will also support complex searches (AND, OR, NOT). Much worth a look — and hey — it’s free! 🙂

  2. Ignas says:

    Its NOT FREE (license)! Costs from $47.95

  3. Pam says:

    Well, it’s ‘free’ for the first 15 days.. 😛

  4. richard says:

    I couldn’t disagree more. Picajet absolutely infuriates me by crashing whenever I go within 4 feet of the keyboard. What’s worse the authors give no support whatsoever – calls for help are simply ignored – whereas the service with idimager is nothing short of astonishing. After months of this I gave up in disgust.

    Picajet’s functionality is ok but basic. By contrast idimager v3 (v4 is in beta) is far more stable and its functionality is also vastly greater – though this means a bigger learning curve and Picajet’s simplicity may well suit some better – depends on your needs.

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