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Kodak EasyShare program
posted by Colleen Shirazi,
Monday, December 12, 2005
at 2:28 PM (Pacific)
As much as I was ragging on Kodak in general--see previous posts on trying to get a Windows XP system to recognize my old DC4800 digicam (hint: don't try installing the software that came with the camera)--I've now used the EasyShare program itself.
It has a killer red-eye reduction feature. Most of the time you can auto-fix all your red eyes. When you can't, then, most of the time you can still fix them manually in the same screen. A few odd times I couldn't get it to work either way.
One thing I can't seem to make it do (and this can be done in the Corel Photo Album one, at least in the trial version), was get it to resize pictures as a batch.