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Kodak releases upload plug-in for iPhoto

updated 05:30 pm EST, Wed November 28, 2007

Kodak iPhoto upload app

Camera maker Kodak has released the first version of its gallery upload plug-in for iPhoto. Once installed, the application simplifies sending photos to the Kodak Gallery website, where family and friends can view them at any time. Photos can be given original names and descriptions, and organized into new or existing albums. Unique to the association with iPhoto is that images with a specified star rating or higher can automatically be marked as favorites on Gallery, saving time in sorting. The plug-in is free and requires Mac OS X 10.3 or higher.




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