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Ashampoo Photo Commander 10 Review and Giveaway 10 full version licenses

Ashampoo Photo Commander 10 Review and Giveaway 10 full version licenses

Last Date: 2nd May 2012

Ashampoo today released the latest version of Ashampoo Photo Commander, version 10.0.1.

Ashampoo Photo Commander is a tool which will help you View, Arrange, and edit your photos. The latest version Ashampoo Photo Commander 10 is having more features which will make this application much better than the previous version (Ashampoo Photo Commander 9).

Ashampoo Photo Commander 10 Review and Giveaway

The all-in-one software solution for the comfortable organization and optimization of your photo collection combines an easy-to-use interface with several powerful functions and features.

The main features

Display different image formats from various sources

Tagging and improved overview for managing many pictures

Crop or rotate images, adjust horizontal misalignment, resize photos

Image editing: optimize colors, remove scratches, crop objects, remove red eyes etc.

Artistic photo editing photos by applying effects

Send, print, burn or upload pictures to online networks

Present photos in a slideshow with music

Create and print photo calendar, a photo collage, greeting cards or framed photos

Add texts, notes or graphics to photos

Upload Photos and Videos to Facebook, YouTube, Picasa

Improved one click optimization

You can see the One click optimization menu have changed a lot from Ashampoo Photo Commander 9.

Ashampoo Photo Commander 10 one click fix menu

Also there is a preview option on the new Ashampoo Photo Commander 10

Ashampoo Photo Commander 10 preview

The startup screen says almost what all things is cool photo and video manger can do for you.

Ashampoo Photo Commander 10 Startup Screen

Single click fixes

Effects

Ashamppo Photo Commander 10  Effects

Features

Import of images and videos from digital cameras

Improved RAW format support

Improved support for color profiles in JPG files

Google WebP format support

Photos can be automatically transferred into subfolders that are created based on the “date taken” (EXIF data) information

Scan photos

Different overview modes for your photos (e.g. thumbnails, filmstrip etc.)

Grouping function to filter according to desired categories (e.g. only .jpg)

Integrated playback function for video and audio files

Create virtual photo albums

Tag photos

Different views to navigate in your photo collection (file explorer, albums or calendar)

Batch processing, e.g. convert multiple pictures into a different format or “redate” them

Find duplicates and similar photos

Full screen mode for photos and videos

Video files can be easily rotated during playback

Thumbnails of videos are marked with a play button

Improved image adjustment with a new gradation curve tool, histogram and improved controls

Automatic dual view mode: Directly compare the original with the edited image

Batch processing, e.g. rotate, convert or add an effect to multiple pictures

1-click optimization

Adjustment of contrast, brightness, color temperature, saturation, gamma value

Resize and crop images, straighten (adjust horizontal misalignment) or rotate photos

Repair tool

Focus effect tool

Flood fill tool

Remove red eyes: automatically and manually

Miniature effect for creating photo miniatures

Eraser function

Effects for photos: Blur, Sharpen (unsharp mask), Grayscale, Sepia, Invert, Color Accent, Pencil Drawing, Edge Detection, Seamless Image, Psychodelic, Solarize, Oil Paint, Miniature,

Pixelize, Radial Blur, Drop Shadow, Buttonize, White Border, Emboss, Dilation, Erosion, Outline, adjust color spaces

Clone areas

Add texts, shapes, lines, images or objects to a photo

Use a pen

Insert hint

Draw arrows

Add speech bubble

Upload pictures or photo albums to Facebook, YouTube, Picasa etc.

Improved printing for multiple copies of an image on one page

Create an HTML album

Create a slideshow (with music)

Create and print a photo calendar

Create a photo collage

Frame photos

Design a greeting card and print it

Create a panorama image

Create a mixed image from two photos

Create a TIFF file that contains multiple images

Burn photos on a CD, DVD or Blu-ray Disc

Send photos by email

Export images as PDFs

Faster program start up

Less memory consumption

Accelerated photo browser

“Skins“ to customize the user interface

Import and export program settings

Touch screen support for Windows® 7

Few screenshots

Ashampoo Photo Commander 10 Calendar

Ashampoo Photo Commander 10 Focus Effect

Ashampoo Photo Commander 10 Focus optimize

Ashampoo Photo Commander 10 Gradiation Curve

System Requirement

Operating System:

Windows® XP, Windows Vista®; Windows® 7

For users of Windows® XP we recommend Service Pack 2 or later.

Computer:

Any computer that runs one of the above operating systems. You need a graphic-card with a resolution of at   least 1024 x 768. Furthermore the program requires a mouse or a  compatible pointing device and optional a CD- or DVD-Recorder for the production of Photo-CDs resp. Photo-DVDs.

RAM and disk space:

Min. 256 MB RAM, Hard Disk Space 180 MB

Software:

To send files by e-mail you need a MAPI-compatible e-mail client like MS Outlook,  MS Outlook Express or Mozilla Thunderbird.

To create PDF-files you need to have acrobat reader installed on your computer.

Microsoft Visual C++ 2010 x86 Redistributable

Read more about Ashampoo Photo Commander 10 here

Ashampoo Photo Commander 10 is a superb tool for those who have lot of photos to manage or want to apply some quick fixes or some effects to the photos taken. It can also help you to create collages,  greeting cards or photo calendars so easily.

Here comes a cool comment by Azmi,

Thanks for the giveaway. I've been using picasa for the past 2 years and after reading your article above, I was interested in Photo Commander so I gave it a try. The installation process went pretty quick, smooth and straightforward. The graphical user interface on the other hand is just stunning, glossy and stylish. The tabs and panels are properly organized unlike my previous photo organizer software which was confusing from the start and I had to close and restart the entire application only to switch from editing mode to batch processing/tagging mode. Ashampoo Photo Commander 10 is just fantastic, I believe that Ashampoo is aimed at the beginner and intermediate user and not the power or advance user, with its well designed interface, easy to use, low memory and cpu consumption and more importantly, it just works. I just finished editing one of my photo album collections and I am starting to like it. After 5 hours of testing, the features I like the most are :

Quick-fix; there are lot of tools and effects to choose from - oil paint, pixelize, psychidelic, solarize, dilation, erosion and the best of all, the dual view mode allow me to compare the original with the edited photo which save a lot my time when doing batch processing. There's also a repair tool which allow me to correct small skin issues and other distortions, while the focus effects - it's just fantastic, where I can easily change the point of view for existing photo. Wizards, calendar, photo import, slideshow, supported formats, burning options, facebook and flickr integration, and oops, I can write all the good things about Ashampoo Photo Commander all day long but the main point here - Ashampoo Photo Commander is simply and definitely one of the best all-in-one photo editor/organizer I've ever used.

Why do I need Ashampoo Photo Commander? Because I'm a casual traveler, I take many photos during my visits and use them in my line of work. These photos will then be presented to my clients using slideshows and with Ashampoo Photo Commander, I believe that my everyday routine will be much easier, it does almost everything I can imagine needing to do.

This is my first time using Ashampoo Photo Commander, so I cannot tell the differences, improvement or major upgrades between the current latest version and previous versions.

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