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Briefly: Organic Imaging revamped, Namefind and Packetstream updated

updated 04:05 pm EDT, Mon August 5, 2013

Organic Imaging 2.0 supports RAW

Elpical Software released version 2.0 of Organic Imaging today. The professional-quality, automatic image correction software now delivers RAW format support and an improved UI. Organic Imaging offers users "natural corrections" of skies, seas, landscape, skin-tones and other features based on advanced analysis of each photograph. Users can now download the application and process 250 images for free, with pricing based on a per-image basis afterwards. Organic Imaging is available on both Mac and Windows platforms.

Code by Kevin updates PacketStream and NameFind

Version 6.1 of NameFind and version 5.1 of PacketStream have been released, and are now offered at a lowered price of $20. NameFind optimizes file searching within OS X, performing custom search queries more efficiently than the included Spotlight technology. NameFind targets specific directories, and can integrate Quicklook and Growl. Version 6.1 includes Sparkle support, and improvements in Growl integration. Packetstream, another Code by Kevin product, gives users the ability to monitor streaming data over a network. Providing a user-friendly GUI for tcpdump, the command-line monitoring tool is useful for checking web traffic and network activity. Version 5.1 also includes Sparkle support, as well as performance improvements and bug fixes in printing engine. Registered users of either application are entitled to free upgrades for life.




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