updated 05:45 pm EST, Tue March 6, 2007
SeeFile update released
SeeFile Software today introduced the third-generation of SeeFile, its Web-based creative collaboration tool that allows instant Web sharing, annotation, and online sales. SeeFile runs locally allowing users to save large JPEG, RAW, and other media files to the local hard drive. The software automatically creates and displays thumbnails as well as watermarked previews in a simple HTTP Web interface. Users can remotely access files from anywhere on the internet via a standard Web browser, and the update introduces a range of advanced functions such as side-by-side image comparisons and onscreen annotations. The latest release is a free upgrade for owners of earlier versions with an annual upgrade contract, with new SeeFile Entry contracts priced at $500 with support for $100 per year.