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    Pixmantec Announces The First of a New Generation of RAW Workflow Management Tools For Digital Photographers

    Copenhagen, Denmark - February 20, 2005 - Danish digital imaging specialists Pixmantec announce the release of the much anticipated RAW workflow management tool RawShooter essentials 2005. Building on years of experience at the forefront of the imaging indystry, the product is first of it's genre to offer a complete workflow management solution for the digital RAW format. With a fully integrated slideshow, image prioritization coupled with the most sophisticated corrections tools available on the market today, RawShooter essentials 2005 will satisfy all level of digital photographer. The product is available as a FREE download from www.pixmantec.com.

    Uwe Steinmuller of Outbackphoto has a short review up - http://www.outbackphoto.com/artofraw/raw_18/essay.html

    Go and download and try it out ... it's free and nothing gets better than free ...

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    Wah ... free some more!

    Don't wait!

    Download! Download! Download!

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    Sounds great, but only install on Windows XP. I'm using 2000 and it refuses to install.

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    tried it. seems to have bugs. i can't zoom into the image, it becomes black at all zoom range except fit on screen. also can't interpolate image to make it bigger. image converted also becomes black, nothing else in sight. m i missing something here?

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    Quote Originally Posted by nightpiper
    tried it. seems to have bugs. i can't zoom into the image, it becomes black at all zoom range except fit on screen. also can't interpolate image to make it bigger. image converted also becomes black, nothing else in sight. m i missing something here?
    Read from dpreview that users with AMD processors in their PC might have such problems. Perhaps this is the cause?

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    Just downloading now - will let you know how I find it when I have given it a decent run for it's money!

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    Just checked it out...extremely slow...BreezeBrowzer is still the best for a newbie like me

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    Quote Originally Posted by nightpiper
    tried it. seems to have bugs. i can't zoom into the image, it becomes black at all zoom range except fit on screen. also can't interpolate image to make it bigger. image converted also becomes black, nothing else in sight. m i missing something here?
    I experienced the same bugs too....after converting only got black images.

    However I find the preview is somehow alot faster than Canon DPP.
    Last edited by hagenuk; 22nd February 2005 at 04:36 PM.

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    ehhh...
    Where are the settings for each foto stored?
    izzit embedded into the raw file itself, or is stored somewhere else?

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    A problem I faced...

    I have to edit all my photos all over again, coz the settings for each of my photos are saved in C1 format.

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