TRichView in Applications
Product Page: www.picsprint.com
Developer: Intuitex Software
Pics Print is a printing solution for digital cameras and images.
Main Window. You can see a rich text label rendered using TRichView
- WYSIWYG printing
allows you to lay out your print on-screen exactly as it will come out on
- Easily add text
and filenames to your printed images
- Built in editor
lets you crop, rotate, and filter images without leaving the application.
- Red eye removal
- Batch printing
allows you to print all images in a folder, camera, etc with a specific
layout or size
- One click creation
of thumbnail indexes (contact sheets) from your digital camera
- Wizards allow you
to quickly and easily perform common printing tasks
browsing, so you can find your images quickly
- Create multi-sheet
posters (up to 20 sheets high by 20 sheets wide)
- Create Greeting
cards with a simple-to-use Wizard
- Save print
documents and custom layouts for later use
- Optional Windows
Explorer integration. Simply right-click images to print
- Supports Twain and USB
compliant digital cameras and scanners
- Handles all common image formats including GIF, JPG, BMP, WMF, FAX,
BW, RGB, RGBA, SGI, CEL, PIC, PCD, RLA, RPF, CUT, PAL, PSD, PDD, PSP, TIF,
TIFF, PCX, PNG and
- Print to bitmap or pdf
- Add borders and drop shadows to images
- Supports borderless printing
- Support for embedded camera information (EXIF)
- Pics Print is appears as a camera retrieval option on Windows XP
TRichView is used in user interface and for rich text labels.
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